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4.65  ·  Rating details ·  20 ratings  ·  16 reviews
What if we're living in an alternate timeline? What if the car crash that killed Princess Diana, the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower, and the shooting of King William II weren't supposed to happen? Ex-history teacher Gregory Ferro finds evidence that a cabal of time travellers is responsible for several key events in our history. These events all seem to hinge on ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Expected publication: March 9th 2020 by Elsewhen Press
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Jan 14, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Million Eyes is a exciting time travel thriller that had me intrigued and kept me on my toes the entire time. It makes readers think and wonder, what if time travel were real? What if historical events didn't happen the way we'd always been told? What if...?
The story follows Gregory Ferro, an ex-history teacher, and Jennifer Larson, a college graduate with a degree in history, as they work to uncover the truth behind the strange, new details they've discovered about key historical events. Did
Jessica Belmont
Jan 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Million Eyesis quite a novel. It is an historical fiction, thriller that jumps through several points of British history. It did keep me on the edge of my seat while each historical event and subsequent mystery/thriller unfolded. I couldn’t turn the page fast enough.

C.R. Berrymanages to pull together a cast of famous figures and make them into real people. That is when you know you have a strong historical fiction on your hands. The characters you know from the history books are suddenly brought
Jane Hunt
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

A delicious fusion of conspiracy, crime, history and time-travel science fiction.

Science fiction is not a genre I read, but this story focuses on an intriguing conspiracy theory. It is easy to understand, and if you open your mind to the fantasy, plausible enough to hold your interest. A quirky duo of historical detectives takes on a menacing ominous power that is at war with human history.

The historical connections and flashbacks, give the story its depth and kept me reading. The dynamic
Alfred Nobile
Jan 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is a great book. Is it a SciFi /conspiracy thriller with time travel thrown in? It is a book that straddles genres and drags the reader through a myriad of adventures. Whilst it is hard to fit into a genre one niche it can fit in is" Superb quality fiction!"
This is the first book in a proposed trilogy and introduces us to the key jargons of the Scify/ conspiracy crossover thriller. It is a fast paced read and invites the reader to suspend their disbelief; and it rewards the reader in doing
Feed The Crime
Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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I loved this book so much more than I expected! I will be completely honest with you as I always am, I’ve never read time travel before so I had really low expectations going into this book as I was worried I wouldn’t enjoy it. Oh boy was I wrong!! There was so much going on that I struggled putting the book down. We travel through time ourselves seeing major historical events such as the Black Death and the terror caused by Jack the Ripper. This story is so complex and the author did an amazing ...more
Jan 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
How does a dry textbook, published in 1995, end up being mentioned in historical papers hundreds of years old and in another book published nearly twenty years before it was even written?

When ex-history teacher, Gregory Ferro, finds impossible evidence of an incredibly boring book, The History of Computer-Aided Timetabling for Railway Systems by Jeremy Jennings, in some old documents from 1348, he becomes convinced that time travellers have been manipulating history.

He soon persuades
Karen Cole
Dec 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Although Million Eyes is a conspiracy thriller which explores just how far technology is able to not just monitor but also change our lives, it opens in 1100 as William II and his servant discuss a mysterious book. It's unclear what is so important about the book but its title alone - 'The History of Computer-Aided Timetabling for Railway Systems' means it's immediately obvious that it shouldn't exist in the 12th century. I've seen the Rufus Stone in the New Forest where Richard was supposedly ...more
Nicola Smith
Jan 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Time Travel: check
Royalty: check
History: check
Conspiracy theories: check

Yes, Million Eyes has all of the above which is what made me fairly sure I would enjoy it. In fact I loved it and found it hard to put down, reading it within the space of a day.

The concept of the story is that tragic royal events weren't actually meant to happen and that they all came about because time travellers went back in time and made them happen, all in the pursuit of a rather oddly named textbook. What always
Jan 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Well, what can I say about this fantastic and fast paced conspiracy thriller? C.R. Berry has written a tightly plotted and intricate story that had me enthralled from the very first page. As a massive fan of time travel fiction I knew this book would be something I would love – and I wasn’t wrong! It holds its own very well amongst the very best books of this genre that I’ve read over the years, in what has been a fascination with time travel that began at 11 years old when I first read Time and ...more
Jan 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
It's good to know that this is the first book in a series, because I could read CR Berry's stories over and over again. The mix of history, conspiracy theories and time travel works sublimely, and the storytelling is so very clever.

The "fun" begins with Gregory Ferro and his blog, in which his seven readers are privy to his "findings" on the death of William II, the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower, the Black Death, and the death of Princess Diana, all of which are connected by this
Jan 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I'm a fan of Elsewhen Press; they've gained a reputation for publishing high quality speculative fiction. I'm also a fan of time travel novels, so had high expectations of this book, their latest release. I wasn't disappointed! Million Eyes is a fast paced time travel adventure coupled with a fantastic conspiracy theory. The novel addresses some of history's greatest mysteries such as: How did William II die? What happened to the princes in the tower? And what was the truth about Princess ...more
AJ Deane
Dec 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was offered this one as part of a blog tour, and I am very pleased I took it.
'Million Eyes' is the first of Berry's SF time travel / conspiracy theory trilogy, and which introduces us to some of the key concepts, jargon, characters and mechanics which will infuse the next two novels.
I love a bit of time travel shenanigans, and Berry doesn't disappoint - he obviously has a pretty hefty interest in it, himself - the setting up / planting of consequences and paradoxes was very strong. The pace is
Caroline Venables
Jan 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow this is a great read. Imagine everything you learned in history at school was wrong. How would you view the world now? This book reads like a Dr Who episode.

Gregory Ferro was a history teacher, so when he learns that something he has believed his all life, may not be true, he decides to investigate. His digging leads him to time travel and the belief that people can move through time and space, altering the past.

What I loved about this book is the going back to different periods of time, I
Kayleigh Brown
Jan 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
As someone who found not only the death of princess Diana tragic, but also fishy this book really piqued my interest straight away. Conspiracy theories make for great stories and this is no exception. I simply couldn’t fault this book. The author who it’s clear has a keen interest in time travel has taken that and run with it and produced a story that is It fast paced, action packed, historically well researched, the flow is seem less and every character is believable. An epic story that is ...more
Jan 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Time travelling problem solvers

Another great read that I enjoyed . Well done Chris for moving into the sci-fi world . This was a good plot which came together making the dangers of time travel become real .
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Jan 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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C.R. Berry writes conspiracy thrillers with lashings of sci-fi and fantasy. He is a former lawyer turned full-time writer and blogs regularly about conspiracy theories, time travel and otherworldly weirdness.

He was shortlisted in the 2018 Grindstone Literary International Novel Competition and has been published in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Storgy, Dark Tales, Theme of Absence
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