Welcome to the book tour for time-travelling, sci-fi, TimeRipper by D.E. McCluskey! Read on for more details and a chance to win an amazing giveaway– A copy of the book AND a $20 or £20 Amazon gift card!
Publication Date: February 25th, 2021
Genre: Time Travel/ Thriller/ Historical Fiction/ Sci-Fi
Publisher: Dammaged Productions
It is the year 2288, and Earth is reeling from the most horrific terrorist attack it has ever endured.The Quest, a pseudo-religious splinter group, have taken a stance against the Earth Alliance’s authority of the planet.It is down to Youssef Haseem, now the highest-ranking official left in the EA, to build a team to face the threat of total inhalation if he doesn’t stand down and bow to The Quest’s demands. Then the leaders of The Quest disappear, and a legend emerges in the year 1888. But just who is the mysterious stranger stalking and viciously killing women on the streets of Whitechapel, London?A mission is launched! A battle of wits against time itself. A fight to be played out in the present and the past, with the fate of humanity at stake.Legends can happen anytime…
TimeRipper by D.E. McCluskey is an excellent novel with many genres combined. I’m loving the thriller/time travel/historical combo, and I think this book was super well written.
For those that aren’t super comfortable with scifi, TimeRipper is easily understood. I think anyone would enjoy this novel because it has so much of everything we want when we read. I was able to escape into this story.
I love the twists, and the thrills. TimeRipper was so entertaining. I didn’t want it to end. I am looking forward to more by this author! Easy five stars from me!
Thank you to R&R Book Tours for giving me the opportunity to be on this blog tour. I received a free copy of this book to review honestly. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
A copy of the book AND a $20 or £20 Amazon gift card!
My name is David McCluskey, I am an author from Liverpool in the UK. I have written seven novels so far. TimeRipper is my latest. I started writing about 15 years ago, beginning with short horror stories for children that were written in rhyme. I enlisted the services of an artist and created my very first comic from them. Interesting Tymes is a great seller at comic conventions around the UK, as it offered something that a lot of comics these days don’t, something for the children to get their teeth into (so to speak).
I then began to create more comics, some for children, some for adults, before creating my own graphic novels. Doppelgänger is a dark psychological horror, Olf is a children’s graphic novel about Father Christmas and his reindeer, A Christmas Carol is a rewriting of the original tale, but in rhyme, and DeathDay Presents is an adult comedy based in Hell.
From there I moved on to writing novels. My debut novel The Twelve is still my best seller on Amazon.
I write under the name of D E McCluskey for my adult fiction, and I will be launching a children’s range of novels this year under the name Dave McCluskey (I don’t want children buying some of the other horror based stuff by accident).
I still live in Liverpool with my partner, Lauren, and our children, Grace and Sian. We have a sausage dog called Ted, who likes to leave little sausages around the house, just to remind us why he is a sausage dog.
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