You think being a vampire is easy, but Bob is here to set you straight. He’s been shot, stabbed, survived bad coffee and endured crippling boredom - all in the name of answering the eternal question of what it means to be a vampire.
I love good, hard sci-fi, and this one looks exciting!
It’s the year 2147: a time of enduring peace on Earth. The Last War ended half a century ago. We can cure most ills, the air is pure, and teleportation is how we get around. Sounds great, right? So why does everyone suddenly want to kill Joel Byram?
These sample chapters really pulled me in. I love the Edwardian tone, and the wonderful little character details, like Eric's father being too old to give a damn about trimming his eyebrows. This is fantastic stuff!
When the newest member of Eric Peterkin’s London club is found stabbed to death, Eric throws himself into a quest for the truth: missing nurses, morphine addiction, shell shock. The Great War is over, but the memories remain...