“One of the three foundational Steampunk texts.”

“Insane it might be, but that is what makes Morlock Night so bloody good. Combining all of the wonderful elements found in Steampunk; historical characters and settings, infernal devices such as submarines and rolling adventure, this novel is indeed a stunning example of Steampunk and a veritable visual feast.”
Terror Tree

Morlock Night by K. W. JeterJust what happened when the time machine returned?

Having acquired a device for themselves, the brutish Morlocks return from the desolate far future to Victorian England to cause mayhem and disruption.

But the mythical heroes of Old England have also returned, in the hour of the country’s greatest need, to stand between England and her total destruction.

File Under: Steampunk [ Coming Back | It’s About Time | Old Gods | Classic Steampunk ]

With a foreword by Tim Powers and an afterword by Adam Roberts.

Cover Art: John Coulthart
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Book Info:

UK Print
Date: 7th April 2011
ISBN: 9780857660992
Format: Medium (B-Format) Paperback
R.R.P.: £8.99

North American Print
Date: 26th April 2011
ISBN: 9780857661005
Format: Small (Mass-Market) Paperback
R.R.P.: US$7.99 / CAN$9.99

Date: 7th April 2011
ISBN: 9780857661012
Format: Epub & Mobi
R.R.P.: £5.49 / US$6.99

Other Angry Robot Books by K. W. Jeter:

Infernal Devices (April 2011)

Buying Info:

UK Print & Ebook
Amazon.co.uk | Book Depository | Waterstones | WHSmith

North American Print & Ebook
Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | BarnesandNoble.com | IndieBound.org

Global DRM-Free Epub Ebook
Robot Trading Company

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Author Info:

K. W. Jeter: kwjeter.com | @kwjeter on Twitter | Facebook

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Praise and Reviews:

“Each chapter is a cliffhanger, each stands alone in such a way that it is difficult to put the book down. The action pulls you forward, waiting to see what happens next.”
The Secret Lair

Morlock Night grips you with the tension and action in it, it makes you laugh with all the bad tropes and clichés and shows you how much development has been in the scene in the last 20-odd years.”
The Traveler’s Steampunk Blog

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