Could Hitler?s ultimate weapon be our hero?s nemesis?
Time travelling Nazi terrorists, flailing steampunk fisticuffs, dapper swashbucklers facing Hammer Horrors from before they were born ? Ulysses Quicksilver may have travelled into the past, but has he bitten off more than he can chew?
Release 12 May 2011 ? ?7.99 (UK) – ISBN 978-1-907519-44-4
Release 17 May 2011 ? $9.99/$12.99 (US & CAN) – ISBN 978-1-907519-45-1
Also available as an eBook
It?s temporal trouble for Quicksilver as he travels back in time to stop the ultimate weapon falling into Hitler?s hands just at the crucial moment of his defeat in the Second Great War but must infiltrate the most heavily-defended fortress on the planet to stop this malignant gift from the future from changing the past ? and erasing Quicksilver himself from history!
In the world of Pax Britannia, series creator / author Jonathan Green crafts another storming Boy?s Own steampunk adventure where Mary Shelley meets Kim Newman meets The Terminator.
About Pax Britannia
Pax Britannia was Abaddon?s fourth shared world, launching with Jonathan Green?s Unnatural History in February 2007. A steampunk alternative history set in a late twentieth century in which Queen Victoria ? now nearing the end of her sixteenth decade on the throne, and wholly dependent on steam technology for survival ? rules over the vastly wealthy, powerful and decadent Empire of Magna Britannia. Airships ply the skies overhead as gentlemen of leisure admire the dinosaurs in the London Zoo, while the Empire has extended to the Moon. Across the pond, the United Socialist States of America, loosely allied with the might of Magna Britannia, is home to dreamers, poets, madmen, and heroes, poised to usher in a new era.
The series has included six books by Jonathan Green, featuring the adventures of Ulysses Lucian Quicksilver, dandy and adventurer and agent of the throne; an omnibus collecting the first three is currently available.
About Jonathan Green
Jonathan Green is well known for his contribution to the Fighting Fantasy range of adventure gamebooks as well as his novels in Games Workshop?s world of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000. The creator of the world of Pax Britannia, Anno Frankenstein is his seventh novel for Abaddon.