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The Invisible Hand by James Hartley
Target Audience: MG, YA, NA
Genre: Historical Fiction, Time-travel, Literature, Romance
Tour Dates: 19th - 25th March 2018
Publication Date: 28th February 2017
Formats available: Mobi, Epub, PDF & Paperbacks
First part, or “Act” in the Shakespeare´s Moon series.
Estimated Page Count - 169
Types of post available: Review, Guest Posts, Q&As or Extracts
Purchase from Amazon: http://amzn.to/2Gp5jmS
The Invisible Hand is about a boy, Sam, who has just started life at a boarding school and finds himself able to travel back in time to medieval Scotland. There he meets a girl, Leana, who can travel to the future, and the two of them become wrapped up in events in Macbeth, the Shakespeare play, and in the daily life of the school. The book is the first part of a series called Shakespeare´s Moon.
Each book is set in the same boarding school but focuses on a different Shakespeare play.
About James Hartley
James was born on the Wirral, England, in 1973 on a rainy Thursday. He shares his birthday with Bono, Sid Vicious and two even nastier pieces of work, John Wilkes Booth and Mark David Chapman.
His mother was a hairdresser with her own business and his father worked in a local refinery which pours filth into the sky over the Mersey to this day. They married young and James was their first child. He has two younger brothers and a still-expanding family in the area. As an Everton fan he suffered years of Liverpool success throughout the seventies and was thrilled when his father took a job in Singapore and the family moved lock, stock and two smoking barrels to Asia.
He spent five fine years growing up in the city state before returning to the rain, storms, comprehensive schools and desolate beauty of the Scottish east coast. Later years took he and his family to baking hot Muscat, in Oman, and a Syria that has since been bombed off the surface of the planet.
James studied journalism in London and later travelled through Ireland, France, Germany and India generally having a good time, before finally settling in Madrid, Spain, where he now lives with his wife and two children.
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Blog Tour Schedule
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