Monday, 11 June 2012

Review: The Map of Time by Felix J. Palma

It takes a skilful author to mix together Jack the Ripper, HG Wells and Joseph Merrick the Elephant Man, but this clever time travel story manages to do all that and add in elements of romance and mystery along the way.
The tale follows Andrew’s quest to find a way to travel back in time to save his lover, who was killed by Jack the Ripper. The story segues effortlessly through African villages, the hidden world of Victorian toilet paper salesmen, and a strange pink world between time, while still, somehow, remaining believable. 

Sometimes poignant, occasionally gruesome, and always entertaining, with a nostalgic feel to the narrative, this would be a great book to take away on holiday.
  • RRP £12.99
  • Published by HarperCollins
  • Available from various places including Amazon

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