Join us on Monday, December 12 as we chat live with Timekeeper author Tara Sim!
“Timekeeper is a triumph . . . If you read only one such book . . . let it be this one.” –Bustle
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 9:00PM EST
Join Sky Pony editor, Alison Weiss, as she chats with Timekeeper author Tara Sim about her debut, her publishing path, and what you can expect from her in the future. The only thing we still need? YOU!
You can find the chat right here next Monday. Click on the box below and you can even sign up to be sent a reminder by email!
Haven’t read Timekeeper yet? No problem. We’ll attempt to keep the chat as spoiler free as possible. Emphasis on attempt.
If you can’t make it, no worries. Feel free to leave your questions in the comments section below, and Alison will work them into the conversation.
We hope you’ll join us! We can’t wait to see you!
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I was in an accident. I got out. I’m safe now.
An alternate Victorian world controlledby clock towers, where a damaged clock can fracture time–and a destroyed one can stop it completely.
A prodigy mechanic who can repair not only clockwork but time itself. determined to rescue his father from a Stopped town.
A series of mysterious bombings that could jeopardize all of England.
A boy who would give anything to relive his past, and one who would give anything to live at all.
A romance that will shake the very foundations of time.
The first book in a dazzling new steampunk-fantasy trilogy, Timekeeper introduces a magical world of mythology and innovation that readers will never want to leave.
Tara Sim is a YA author found in the wilds of the Bay Area, California. When she’s not writing about magic, clocks, and boys, she drinks tea, wrangles cats, and sings opera.
Tara grew up in California, but braved the elements of Virginia to study English/Creative Writing at Hollins University.
Half-Indian and full geek, she eats too many samosas and awkwardly dances to Bhangra music.
Timkeeper is her first novel.
Follow her on Twitter @EachStarAWorld, or online at www.tarasim.com where you can find fun Timekeeper extras.
Paste Magazine Best Book 2016
Barnes & Noble Teen Blog Best Queer Fantasy 2016
“Timekeeper is an extraordinary debut, at once familiar and utterly original. Between its compelling world, its lovely prose, and its wonderful characters, the pages flew by.” —Victoria Schwab, #1 New York Timesbestselling author
“Alive with myth, mystery, and glorious romance, Timekeeper will keep hearts pounding and pages turning til the stunning conclusion. Reader beware—there’s magic in these pages.” —Heidi Heilig, author of The Girl from Everywhere
“Timekeeper’s premise is original and its world unique.” —EW.com
“While the world is wildly interesting and fantastic, with broken clock towers that have left towns frozen in time, it’s the emotional impact and diverse cast of characters that make this book soar . . . The resulting story is an exciting and inclusive one, drawing in elements of magic, mystical spirits, swoon-filled romance, and just so much more.” —BookRiot
“Part mystery and part romance, this fantasy novel delves into what it means to grow up and make important decisions. With an easily relatable main character struggling to fit in, the novel has a realistic and contemplative voice. VERDICT: A must-have richly written fantasy novel that will have readers eagerly anticipating the next volume.” —School Library Journal
“Sim creates a cast of complex and diverse characters, as well as a mythology to explain how the clock towers came to exist . . . an enjoyable, well-realized tale.” —Publishers Weekly
“[M]ystery, LGBTQ romance, and supernatural tale of clock spirits and sabotage that explores how far people might go for those they love. Its strongest elements are the time-related mythology and the supernatural gay romance.” —Booklist
“This LGBTQ steampunk romance sports a killer premise and admirably thorough worldbuilding, helpfully annotated in the author’s afterword. The characters—even the bad guys—are sympathetically drawn and commendably diverse in sexuality and gender.” —Kirkus Reviews
“An enjoyable start to a promising new trilogy.” —BookPage