The rumours are true. Time travel is real. It was invented years ago. But it’s a secret. A (mostly) well-kept one.
Of course, if time travel is happening now, how do we know that the timeline we’re living in is the right one? Well, we don’t. And we’re not. History’s already been changed. The timeline is corrupted, poisoned, wrong. And it’s all to do with the mysterious Million Eyes…
In the Million Eyes series, readers will learn the hidden truth behind many famous events in our history. From Princess Diana’s death to the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower to the Gunpowder Plot to the Loch Ness Monster. Past, present and future collide, with unwitting civilians caught in a complicated, temporal-paradox-laden crossfire.
The big question is, what are Million Eyes really doing? Why are they meddling with history? And what is their endgame?
The Million Eyes series comprises a trilogy of novels and a collection of short stories. The series will appeal to fans of fast-paced conspiracy thrillers with sizeable lashings of sci-fi on the side. (And some historical fiction thrown in for good measure.)
The first book is complete and I’m working on the second. In April 2019, I signed a book deal with a speculative fiction publisher called Elsewhen Press and the first novel is due for release on 10th January 2020 (ebook) and 9th March 2020 (paperback). Elsewhen Press released the short story collection, Million Eyes: Extra Time, on October 9th 2019.
Time is the ultimate weapon.
What if we’re living in an alternate timeline? What if the car crash that killed Princess Diana, the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower, and the shooting of King William II weren’t supposed to happen?
A fast-paced conspiracy thriller about power, corruption and destiny.
Million Eyes: Extra Time
Twelve time-twisting tales set in the world of the Million Eyes trilogy
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