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Ether Frolics ➵ [Read] ➯ Ether Frolics By Paul Marlowe ✤ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A collection of nine steampunk stories drawn from the archives of the Etheric Explorers Club a Victorian society dedicated to exploring the mysteries of the etheric realm The visions of a Russian pain A collection of nine steampunk stories drawn from the archives of the Etheric Explorers Club a Victorian society dedicated to exploring the mysteries of the etheric realm The visions of a Russian painter in fin de siècle Paris a terrible weapon that almost no one has survived a confession within a confession a crime from antiuity resurfacing beneath the Thames a desperate search for a lost sister a contemporary horror entwined with an ancient manuscript an experiment gone wrong a lost world which should have remained lost and a night of dining death and romance.

  • Paperback
  • 172 pages
  • Ether Frolics
  • Paul Marlowe
  • English
  • 22 March 2014
  • 9780986497483

About the Author: Paul Marlowe

of Ether FrolicsThis collection of nine short stories is a true jaw dropping jewel of a book Aly Grauer Doctor Fantastiue's Show of Wonders.



10 thoughts on “Ether Frolics

  1. K.V. Johansen K.V. Johansen says:

    Marlowe is wonderfully allusive intricate historically grounded writer with a complex humour that reminds me of P G Wodehouse and Donald Jack This collection with settings ranging from 1870s Sable Island to the trenches of the First World War returns to the roots of steampunk Victorian and Edwardian science fiction with a spicing of the supernatural with stories that would be at home in an anthology of works by Verne Conan Doyle and Wells

  2. Kron Kron says:

    Picked up on a whim A refreshing find Nine short stories all tethered together under the premise that these are stories of the 'Etheric Explorers Club' an exclusive club for members interested in the relationship between science and paranormal By far the most enjoyable story start to finish and in concept was The Last Post A different take on the horrors of war and the weapons of itThe Resident Member was my second favourite I turned the end page and audibly exclaimed disappointment when I found there was no to the story I would have liked to know Bronwyn Griggs much

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