Synopses & Reviews
Inside the wide realm of science fiction or out, there is nothing like the three short novels in The Steampunk Trilogy. Set in a very alternative 19th Century, they feature a mix of historical and imaginary figures. In Victoria, a young and lissome Queen Victoria disappears from her throne and is replaced by a sexy human/newt clone. The race is on to find the original Victoria and hide the terrible secret from the nation. In Hottentots, Massachusetts is threatened by H.P. Lovecraft-style monsters from the deep and, of course, Hottentots; in Walt and Emily, Emily Dickinson hooks up with a robust and lusty Walt Whitman, loses her virginity, and travels to a dimension beyond time where she and her companions meet the future Allen Ginsberg.
Three stories are set in an offbeat and very alternative nineteenth century in which historical and fictional characters blend with hilarious results and include the titles, "Victoria," "Hottentots," and "Walt and Emily." IP.
Table of Contents
Victoria -- Hottentots -- Walt and Emily.