The Last Sunset will be our next book

Click for a much larger version of this artwork by Char Adlesperger

We’re close to opening up our next novel, The Last Sunset, to beta readers. This novel by Bob Atkinson is a time travel adventure story set in Fort William and the Lochaber region of the Scottish Highlands. It’s 1746 and the Duke of Cumberland is on his way to crush the rebellion of Bonnie Prince Charlie.

The Last Sunset is a Romance and there’s romance too, but the redcoats are coming, and not all of them are gentlemen… There are battles to be fought if the Highlanders are to survive, and blood to be spilt. Worst of all is the future holocaust that rips a hole through time. If history is not changed, the future will doom us all.

Our beta readers will be given an advanced copy of the novel in paperback or eBook to pass comments back to us before full publication. Once the book is published, beta readers will be given a copy of the final paperback, with their names in the acknowledgements.

If you’re interested in joining up, leave a comment on our beta reader post, where you can also find more information.

The Last Sunset will be published soon in paperback (available from and, and as an eBook available through all major eBook retailers.

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 21 published novels as of August 2021. His latest book is 'Hold the Line', published by Theogony Books. Find out more at
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5 Responses to The Last Sunset will be our next book

  1. Pingback: Greyhart Press Announces its next Beta Reader Novel – “The Last Sunset” « Thomas Rydder

  2. Sounds excellent and another beautiful cover!

  3. juliebonobo1 says:

    Very excited about this book!! Coming from the HIghlands of Scotland and being a massive fan of historical fiction and science fiction, I cannot wait to read what looks like a unique and intriguing vision of not only our future but also our past. The cover is so beautiful it immediately draws you into this world 🙂

    • timctaylor says:

      Thanks, Julie. I hope you love it.I’m very pleased with it (well, I would say that). The author comes from Lochaber and lives in the area, so hopefully it’s authentic.

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