Felix J. Palma
I just finished “The Map of Time” by Felix J. Palma which is, of course, a book featuring time travel. But it’s not just your average ‘person gets thrown back in time’ book. This has 3 separate but connected stories involving H.G. Wells in Victorian England.
The storytelling was amazingly well-done and kept me totally intrigued. There is alot of prose and not as much dialogue (I typically like dialogue), but the plot line was so inventive that the story flowed smoothly and quickly.
I’m very curious about his other works, but it looks as though older ones haven’t been translated into English yet. He does have a new book coming out this Fall. It appears to be a sequel to this one, so I will request it from the library as soon as it’s available.