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NOT LESS THAN GODS .

Baker, Kage

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ISBN 10: 1596062835 / ISBN 13: 9781596062832
Edité par Subterranean Press, [Burton, MI], 2010
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Octavo, illustrated by J. K. Potter, cloth. First edition. Limited to 474 copies plus some extras, this being a copy signed by Baker marked "PC" on the limitation page. "NOT LESS THAN GODS (2009), which may or may not have been intended to start a new Company string, is a Steampunk tale set in nineteenth-century London." - John Clute, SFE (online). A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#139325). N° de réf. du libraire 139325

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Titre : NOT LESS THAN GODS .

Éditeur : Subterranean Press, [Burton, MI]

Date d'édition : 2010

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included

Signé : Signed by Author(s)

Edition : 1st Edition

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On a dark evening in 1824, a lady is offered a ride home in the carriage of a dark and mysterious stranger and a boy is conceived, to the strains of Beethoven's brand-new setting to the Ode to Joy. Groomed from childhood to become a perfect British hero, young Edward Alton Bell-Fairfax proceeds uncertainly through public school, a career in the navy, mutiny and court-martial before discovering his true place in life. There is, in Whitehall, a comfortable and slightly shabby club called Redking's. Downstairs from Redking's, however, is concealed the London headquarters of the Gentlemen's Speculative Society... a centuries-old fraternity devoted to the development of what its members call Technologia. Their goal is to bring about a Utopian paradise of science, through the manipulation of men and governments. Edward, as one of their agents, sets off on an odyssey across 19th-century Europe, encountering on the way flying machines, self-propelled carriages, and an Underground Galvanic Railway... and learns that the Society, in its various disguises, is everywhere.

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Kage Baker lives in Pismo Beach, California.

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