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Enter a world of wonder, intrigue and adventure …
London, 1896. Andrew Harrington's beloved has been murdered by Jack the Ripper. Claire Haggerty longs to escape the constraints of Victorian society. For both, time is the problem: to escape it, to change it, might offer them the hope they need. As their lives become entangled with that of H.G. Wells — who is basking in the success of his novel The Time Machine — all three set off on a desperate flight through the centuries.
But what happens when we alter history? That is the question explored in this epic page-turner, which will take you on a dazzling ride back and forth in time.
About the Author
Félix J. Palma was born in Spain in 1968. He has been unanimously acclaimed by critics as one of the most brilliant and original storytellers of our time. His devotion to the short-story genre has earned him more than one hundred awards. The Map of Time won the prestigious University of Seville prize for literature in 2008 and is being published in more than thirty countries.
‘A miracle from beginning to end ... a masterpiece.’ — Qué Leer
‘Lyrical storytelling and a rich attention to detail make this prize-
winning novel by an acclaimed Spanish author an enthralling read.
It is a wonderful blend of genres (sf, steampunk, mystery, romance,
historical fantasy) and will appeal to fans of historical fiction as well as
fantasy.’ — Libraryjournal.com
‘Palma makes his U.S. debut with the brilliant first in a trilogy, an
intriguing thriller.’ — Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)
‘Strange and wonderful. Magical and smart. Félix J. Palma has done
more than written a wonderful novel, he’s concocted a supernatural
tour de force.’ — M.J. Rose, international bestselling author of The
‘A brilliant and breathtaking trip through metafictional time.’ — Scott
Westerfeld, New York Times bestselling author of Leviathan
The bestseller that no professor of literature would be ashamed to
read.’ — PÚBLICO
‘Readers who embark on the journey...will be richly rewarded.’ —
Booklist (starred review)
Published: 27th June 2011
Publisher: Scribe Publications
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3