James Brophy Writes

James Brophy grew up in Belfast during “The Troubles” but most of his working life has been spent in Dublin, where he now lives.

Deeply involved in Irish Politics, he has a lifelong fascination with history and travel which influenced this novel.

“I’ve long been intrigued by the idea of travelling back in time to meet and question famous/infamous people, but without altering history in any way. This was the genesis of the novel and the characters of Jerome and his family and friends developed to tell the story.

I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.”



A new and exciting novel exploring the complexities and consequences of time travel.

This is a great debut novel with an engaging protagonist and a pacy, engrossing narrative.
But what I really love about it is this – What if you could find a way to travel back in time. You could go anywhere, visit any one – but there’s a catch. Forget the usual dilemmas of time travel; the Grandfather paradox, the risk you might kill yourself even before you exist.
The question this book asks is…
What would you do if you could go back, witness the most evil or wonderous or heartbreaking events and individuals. Even interact with them.
But in the end, no matter how much you want to, you Can’t. Change. A. Single. Thing…

Jane Adams, UK AUTHOR

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