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An epic, ambitious and page-turning mystery that will appeal to fans of The Shadow of the Wind, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and The Time Traveller’s Wife
London, 1896. Andrew Harrington is young, wealthy and heartbroken. His lover Marie Kelly was murdered by Jack the Ripper and he longs to turn back the clock and save her.
Meanwhile, Claire Haggerty rails against the position of women in Victorian society. Forever being matched with men her family consider suitable, she yearns for a time when she can be free to love whom she choses.
But hidden in the attic of popular author – and noted scientific speculator – H.G. Wells is a machine that will change everything.
As their quests converge, it becomes clear that time is the problem – to escape it, to change it, might offer them the hope they need…
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The novel’s structure works wonderfully, offering a variety of charming protagonists moving through their own disappointments, victories, action-packed climax, and beautiful ending.Read Full Review of The Map of Time: A Novel | See more reviews from AV Club
As a whole, I found the book fascinating. Each part is long enough for readers to get inside the heads and feelings of important characters. I would highly recommend The Map of Time to readers who like fiction where historical figures come alive to act out astonishing, but imaginary and motivating roles appropriate for their fame in their own time.Read Full Review of The Map of Time: A Novel | See more reviews from Blog Critics
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