The Third Timecrack Adventure

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“Long hits the ground running with his latest venture in the sci-fi/fantasy series. With this gripping, memorable story, the characters, including the Varakite monster, have become as big as the adventures they are part of.”

Mike De Angelo

“An adventure through the wormholes of time to Ireland during the Great Famine will have you gripped to the last page.”

M. McCullough   Daily Mirror


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Highly regarded author, Maurice Neill, is well-known for his informative articles on Irish affairs. Follow his entertaining blogs here.

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The Timecrack Adventures, Timecrack Book 1 and Copanatec Book 2, are available as eBooks at $2.99 each. Click here for your copy:


Richard is endowed with the ability to ‘see’ beyond his own world. Can he help Archie to find their parents, and help the scientists at Mount Tengi.

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On his return to New Earth in the search for his parents, Archie is stranded when a timecrack lands him on the deck of Captain Abelhorn’s fishing trawler, the Serpent. Along with Abelhorn’s granddaughter, Kristin, Archie is captured by slave traders and taken to the island of Copanatec to work in the tunnels below the pyramid.


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