Time Ripper, D.E. McCluskey - blog tour (TBM)

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...

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"I was worried some of the more futuristic stuff would turn me off or be too confusing for me but I understood 99% of it. And trust me when I say that's a big deal. I've read some of McCluskey's other books, so I knew I generally enjoyed his writing style, and I wasn't disappointed at all."

"It made me mad, it made me sad, and it made me want to know so much more. Overall a great story that takes the historical character of Jack the Ripper and changes it on its head."

"It is a fresh retelling of a turbulent time of world history that I think any reader will enjoy. Yes, there’s some gore peppered in there, but it works within the storyline. D.E. McCluskey has a winner with this one!"

D E McCluskey is a writer of novels, graphic novels and comics, currently living in Liverpool with his daughter.

He began writing in 2011, creating his first comic publication entitled Interesting Tymes. This is an anthology of short horror stories written in rhyme for children and adults, introducing the world to Edward D'Ammage.

Written for adults, Wooden Heart, graphic novel Doppelganger, The Few, a zombie series, and Death Day Presents, a graphic novel comedy based in Hell, and many more.

His brutal psychological horror, CRACK, tackles PTSD and addiction.

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