“When H.G. Wells releases his new novel The Time Machine, he has no idea about the series of events he will set in motion. Join Wells on this romp through time as he tries to set Victorian London, literature, and his life back in order. Characters and events both real and imagined weave together in the three story lines that form this engaging and creative tale with all the twists, turns, and paradoxes that every good time travel book should have. Light the oil lamp, find a comfy chair, and enjoy!”
— Shawn Bridges, Literary Lion, Stephenville, TX
This instant "New York Times" bestselling page-turner features a cast of real and imagined literary characters, cunning intertwined plots, and stars a skeptical H.G. Wells as a time-traveling investigator in Victorian London. Characters real and imaginary come vividly to life in this whimsical triple play of intertwined plots, in which a skeptical H. G. Wells is called upon to investigate purported incidents of time travel and to save lives and literary classics, including "Dracula "and "The Time Machine, "from being wiped from existence. "What happens if we change history?" Felix J. Palma explores this provocative question, weaving a historical fantasy as imaginative as it is exciting a story full of love and adventure that transports readers from a haunting setting in Victorian London to a magical reality where centuries collide and a writer's mind seems to pull at all the strings.
About the Author
Felix J. Palma has been 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 a hundred awards. "The Map of Time", his first book to be published in the United States, was an instant "New York Times "bestseller and received the prestigious 2008 Ateneo de Sevila XL Prize. It has been published in more than thirty countries. "The Map of the Sky", the second book in the trilogy, also received rave reviews. Palma lives in Spain.
Cesar Aira (b. 1949) was born in Coronel Pringles, Argentina, in 1949. He has published more than seventy books of fiction and essays.