Scotland's own Viktor Frankenstein
The story being crittered at last night's GSFWC was Mark Harding's 'The Issuance of One Hundred and Thirty Six'. A steampunk tale of dark deeds in Edinburgh's old town in 1840, with smatterings of the 'sack'em up boys' and maybe a nod to Viktor Frankenstein, as Lord Drumraish was visited by an old experiment. Great stuff. Like Mark, I like Steampunk, particularly the additions to this sub-genre by the likes of Tim Power and James Blaylock, and of course, Messrs Gibson and Sterling. Here's to more nefarious adventures of a decidedly dodgy nobleman. Mark, make it so.and

By: Ian Hunter On Wednesday, 11 March 2009 Comment Comments( 0 ) Hits Views(927)
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