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  1. ☮Karen ☮Karen says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBI read this for a challenge It was a challengeThis is Steampunk as I go with legs  kicking and arms flailing into a genre that two weeks ago I'd never even heard of  Time machines the infamous Merlin the Magician an apocalyptic invasion  long walks at night not to mention a submarine ride within the underground sewers of London  What the heckImagine what would happen if a gent from 1892 England invented a Time Machine traveled millions of years into the future and then died there  Then that same Time Machine is used for travel back to 1892 by evil denizens of the future  It's an invas


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBSo what do I make of this book good question and one I am not sure how well I can answer especially so since I do not really want yo give the story away However one thing I will say is that there is an introduction by Tim Powers which actually explains some of the points I picked up and the similarities to one of his books I read some years agoSo the book well first of all I didn't feel t was a sequel as such to the Time Machine did I feel disappointed since I had gone out my way to read the original I guess I should have been but I enjoyed re reading it too much to be upset This book as far as I was concerned too ideas from the time machine and several others and wove them in to a story that felt like Victorian England but was something totally different In fact in the introduction Tim Powers explained that K W Jeter had never even been to England at that point let alone explored LondonSo was I disappointed with the book on


  3. Marvin Marvin says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBThe idea of a sequel to H G Wells' Time Machine is irresistible Morlocks stealing the time machine and invading England of the 1890s? Fascinating If only someone other than K W Jeter wrote this Someone who actually had respect for th


  4. Ian Tregillis Ian Tregillis says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBThis book wasn't for me unfortunately I'm a little surprised and than a little disappointed to have to say that As a reader I'm attracted to big wild crazy ideas If the ideas are cool enough I'm than willing to look past the parts of a book that don't work quite as well And this book one of the original steampunk novels written by the man who originated the very term practically boils over with wonderful ideas A direct sequel to H G Wells's The Time Machine? Sign me up Submarines Morlocks Victorian sewers time machines and King Arthur? How could this be anything but a wild romp?Alas I'm sorry to say this fell quite flat for meIt begins with terrific promise picking up just moments a


  5. ᴥ Irena ᴥ ᴥ Irena ᴥ says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUB35How could I possibly resist The Time Machine sequel? If I were to label this in comparison to the present and popular steampunk books it would hardly pass as one I would not compare them though This is steampunk Hell the author coined the termThe story starts right after the dinner the narrator attended in The Time Machine Edward Hocker leaves w


  6. David Merrill David Merrill says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBThis was an odd sequel to H G Wells' book The Time Machine Jeter interweaves Wells' creation with Arthurian legend and Atlantean lore On top of that Morlock Night is one of the earliest examples of Steam Punk The author of the afterword credits Jeter with not only the coining of the term but also the founding of the genre He forgets James Blaylock's The Ape Box Affair predates this novel It's hard to believe they along with Tim Powers started a sub genre with their boo


  7. Sean O Sean O says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBWhat a mess this book is It reads like a comic book written by two or three different people none of whom ever spoke to each other about what the plot's supposed to be I mean okay a sequel to The Time Machine's a cool idea but then Jeter throws in King Arthur and Atlantis for no good reason He disregards the whole point of the original novel to introduce intelligent Morlocks who capture the time machine and use it to invade the 19th Century Why? Shits and giggles I guess We're never given any explanation other than Morlocks are evil And then there's this woman who turns up at the end who's the secret mastermind of the Morlocks and we're never told who she is Morgana La Fey or why she's helping them shits and giggles again I supposeThis whole thing is on the level of Star Trek writers running out of imagination and turning the Borg from a hivemind into drones under the command of a slinky smexy queen


  8. Tim Pendry Tim Pendry says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBThis is a jolly old romp written in 1979 but it doesn’t deserve the praise heaped on it by Tim Powers in his introduction and implicitly in the intelligent backgrounder by Adam Roberts at the end Powers’ own ‘Anubis Gates’ 1983 is vastly superior as one of the originating texts of ‘steampunk’ ‘Morlock Night’ quite simply does not stand up to scrutiny as the equivalent of say ‘Neuromancer’ the genuinely well written founding novel of Cyberpunk Roberts does however usefully point out the equal debt th


  9. Elizabeth K Elizabeth K says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBI'm not sure how to rate this because this book was hilariously hack It was a quick fun read in a high camp sense I wonder if anyone has ever done a graphic novel version of this the fact that I'm not even interested enough to look this up probably says something because it seems like the kind of thing that would work even better with visuals the Edwardian gu


  10. Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk says:

    Paperback ð Morlock Night PDF/EPUB Ç morlock free, night ebok, Morlock Night PDFEPUBHaving read The Time Machine and Stephen Baxter's brilliant and amusing The Time Ships I just HAD to read this What a shame The story has much potential but unfortunately it's padded out with an element of fantasy King Arthur and the search for Excalibur that really does not belong and in my opinion ruins itIt turns out that KW Jeter wrote the story as part of a project relating to the Arthurian legend and NOT as a hommage to and development of HGWells' story To claim it as one of the first steampunk novels is to give it credit than it deserves there's very little steam or punk in it at allIf you're looking for a good response to Wells read Baxter Much much better than this


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