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How hannah.degiorgis started their book cover journey
Threads in Time
Hannah De Giorgis
Hannah is a London-based writer. She has a BA in literature from Birkbeck and MA in Literature from University College London. She writes novels, short stories and poetry.
Threads in Time tells the story of a young woman, Lyndall Huxley, who wakes to find herself thousands of years into the future. Something went wrong with the programme for which she volunteered - a programme that employs Einstein’s laws of relativity to send travellers forward in time. The ruins overrun by green woodland in which she wakes are a far cry from the urbanised world she left behind in the 2200's. Lyndall embarks upon a journey that will leave her questioning her very identity. She must choose between the new life that beckons and the old life from which, even thousands of years later, she cannot escape. She will discover that the mission was never about sending people into the future. Much more is at stake.
Adults and Young Adults who enjoy fantasy/Sci-Fi
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An image of Florence, Italy: deserted and in ancient ruins, overrun by nature/foliage, three thousand years in the future. The silhouette of a young woman standing in front, and in the river Arno reflected the modern-day city of London, echoing the main characters predicament (stuck in the future, where civilisation seems to have deteriorated, against the world she's come from, London in the 2200s. But the novel will later reveal she is in an alternate universe altogether). It will emerge that reality consists of different timelines co-existing as threads in time. So if an image - like those in quantum images/string theory could be worked into the background somehow that would also be perfect.