It started out as something underground, edgy and cool. Then Sniper took it all too far and timesplashing became the ultimate terrorist weapon.
Scarred by their experiences in the time travelling party scene, Jay and Sandra are thrown together in what becomes the biggest manhunt in history: the search for Sniper, Sandra's ex-boyfriend and a would-be mass murderer.
Set in the near future, TimeSplash is a fast-paced action thriller. Filled with great characters, a sprinkling of romance, and a new and intriguing take on time travel, TimeSplash is ultimately a very human tale about finding bravery through fear, and never giving up. Jay, Sandra, and the other characters are vividly portrayed; you cannot help but empathise with them.
Highly recommended for science fiction and thriller enthusiasts alike.
"Timesplash takes a new, and completely unique, stance on time travel in fiction, and the book will keep you involved right from beginning to end. I'm highly recommending this one to anyone who enjoys this genre."
"This page-turner gets into action from the start."
"Storrs obviously knows how to wrangle a good tale. ... the characters are tightly integrated into the action-oriented narrative."
"From the very first scene, I knew this was going to be something special. ... I found myself cheering for Sandra and Jay as they faced seemingly insurmountable obstacles."
"The timesplash is a brilliant concept. ... a great fast read with some excellent ideas."
Graham Storrs lives in rural Australia with his wife, Christine, an Airedale terrier called Bertie and a Tonkinese cat called Minsky. He has published three children's science books and scores of articles and academic papers (in the fields of psychology, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction). He recently turned his attention to science fiction and has since published over 20 short stories in magazines and anthologies. Timesplash is Graham's debut novel.
You're welcome to follow Graham on his blog.
Graham Storrs is represented by The Book Harvest Literary Agency, Sydney, Australia.
Timesplash has its own blog. Keep in touch with the author and follow news and discussion about the book. Take a look at the TimeSplash blog.