I’m proud to announce that Million Eyes II: The Unraveller has been released today as an ebook! You can now buy it from the ebook platform of your choosing. If you’re after a paperback copy, that’s out on November 8th. 🙂
Published by Elsewhen Press, Million Eyes II: The Unraveller follows straight on from Million Eyes and is the second book in the Million Eyes Trilogy. Its central characters are software developer Adam Bryant, a supporting character from the first book, and archaeologist Dr Samantha Lester, a new character (who cameoed at the end of book one). Adam and Dr Lester team up to investigate a conspiracy involving dinosaurs, Jesus, the Gunpowder Plot and the Bermuda Triangle.
Earlier this week, I posted a video of me (and my lovely girlfriend Katherine) reading the recap of Million Eyes, which appears at the start of Million Eyes II. If you don’t have time to re-read Million Eyes, and can’t remember what happened, hopefully this recap will be useful!
I also posted a video of me reading the prologue of Million Eyes II. Book one didn’t have a prologue, but I rather like them, and this prologue serves to introduce a key mystery and theme in the book: what if Jesus Christ wrote a gospel? What might it have said? And what if his version of events was different to what made it into the Bible?
And here’s the back cover blurb:
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.
If you’d like to buy a copy, it would be fantastic if you could buy it today, as it’s lots of people buying at the same time that pushes books up the rankings for others to see.
And if you know someone who loves conspiracy thrillers crossed with healthy lashings of sci-fi and historical fiction, please let them know!