If time shattered, taking away everything you loved, how far would you go to get it all back?…
Arriving at a lodge in Norfolk for a long weekend retreat, a group of friends meet for a thirtieth birthday celebration.
Before the weekend is over, five of them will die.
Trapped in a thirty-three-hour time-loop, only Hal and Kara have the ability to alter fate, and prevent the deaths of their friends.
But in order to unravel the secrets hidden within their own past, they must first learn how to adapt to the new rules of their reality.
Time, however, is a relentless force. One which will stop at nothing to ensure that events unfold exactly as destiny dictates.
With time no longer on their side, Hal and Kara will have to decide just how far they are willing to go to free themselves from their perpetual prison, and exactly what they are prepared to sacrifice to defeat an enemy that has already won.
Only one thing is certain…
Every action has a consequence.
Fir Lodge is a time travel adventure thriller, set amidst the unlikely backdrop of Norfolk, England.
Join Hal and Kara, as they attempt to restart the past, to change their future.
About Sean McMahon
Sean McMahon, who was born in Derry and educated at the Queen’s University, Belfast, worked for many years as a teacher of Mathematics in St Columb’s College, Derry. He has published scores of books in the areas of history, literary criticism and biography, including biographies of Ulster writers Robert Lynd and Sam Hanna Bell. He is a gifted writer of popular history and among his bestselling titles are A Short History of Ireland(Mercier Press). He lives in Derry.