Lose yourself in the Map of Time this Easter…


Here at Killer Reads we’re incredibly excited about publishing The Map of Time by Félix J. Palma this summer. It’s already attracting some great reviews, including this starred review from Booklist:

‘A fast-paced, exuberant story of love, murder, and charlatanry. The central question is, Can people move in time to influence history? In the first section, a young man’s lover is killed, and he attempts to go back in time to save her.

In the second, a Victorian woman falls in love in 2000, . . . or does she? The final section explores the concept of parallel worlds and how they are created or destroyed. For readers who enjoy the inconsistencies inherent in Dickens’ London, the randomness of Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveler’s Wife, and the clever humor of Susanna
Clarke’s Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, this is an entertaining romp guaranteed to make you think and laugh and to keep you from your social life for hours’ – Jen Baker

palma_c2a9mj-bausaAnd Publishers Weekly have a wonderful interview with the author here

Look out for your chance to get hold of a review copy next month!

Author photo © M.J. Bausá

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