Today is my stop on the blog tour for C.R. Berry’s Million Eyes II: The Unraveller . If you’d like to check out my review for book one, click here. I’d like to thank C.R. Berry, Elsewhen Press & Mark Iles for the copy of this book and inviting me on the tour.
The second book in the Million Eyes trilogy
Time is the ultimate saviour.
Following an impossible discovery in East London, archaeologist Dr Samantha Lester joins forces with software developer Adam Bryant to investigate the events that led to the disappearance of his best friend, Jennifer, and to bring down the people responsible – Million Eyes.
Before long, Lester and Adam are drawn into a tangled conspiratorial web involving dinosaurs, the Gunpowder Plot, Jesus, the Bermuda Triangle, and a mysterious history-hopping individual called the Unraveller, who is determined to wipe Million Eyes off the temporal map.
But as the secrets of Million Eyes’ past are revealed, picking a side in this fight might not be so easy.
Million Eyes II, the second book in the Million Eyes trilogy, was published on 24th September 2021 in a digital edition and will be published in paperback in November 2021. The first book Million Eyes was published on 10th January 2020.
When the second book is even better than the first book, which you rated five stars, you know you’re reading a fantastic trilogy. That’s what you’re in for if you decide to check out C.R. Berry‘s Million Eyes. I was so excited to return to this world. C.R. Berry has created a fantastic book two, with a complex and compelling story line that had me addicted. I couldn’t set this down, and I’m glad I didn’t! When I’m this excited about a book, I feel like my review doesn’t do it justice. If you just grab yourself a copy of both the books in this series, I can almost guarantee, you won’t be disappointed.
As I said, book two is better than book one, which is saying something , considering how much I loved book one. I do recommend reading this in order, because you will gain so much more, knowing the events from the first book. The time traveling theme is just wonderful, and I think it is done so well. I’m impressed with how easy this complex plot line is to follow. And I think that is talent!
I could go on and on, but this is easily a five star read for me and one of my favorite reads of 2021. I suggest you grab your book, get cozy, and learn why this is such a fantastic novel, and trilogy. I cannot wait to see what happens next!
I’d like to thank C.R. Berry, Elsewhen Press & Mark Iles for the copy of this book and inviting me on the tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
C.R. Berry started out in police stations and courtrooms—ahem, as a lawyer, not a defendant—before taking up writing full-time. He’s currently head of content for a software developer and writes fiction about conspiracies and time travel.
Berry was published in Best of British Science Fiction 2020 from Newcon Press with a Million Eyes short story. He’s also been published in magazines and anthologies such as Storgy and Dark Tales, and in 2018 was shortlisted in the Grindstone Literary International Novel Competition.
In 2021, he bought his first house with his girlfriend, Katherine, in Clanfield, Hampshire, discovering whole new levels of stress renovating it (not helped by a rogue builder running off with most of their budget). The couple are now in the fun stage, going full-on nerd and theming all the rooms—their bedroom is a spaceship, their kitchen a 50s diner.
Now that the dust is settling, Berry is refocusing on the final book in the Million Eyes trilogy and getting back to writing his first collaborative novel with Katherine: a space-set adventure with aliens, terrorists, a mysterious wall that surrounds the universe and—of course—conspiracies.
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