Thursday, December 19, 2013

The Clockwork God Now Available! Links Below


"The Clockwork God is a fast-paced adventure loaded with intriguing and unusual characters. The Tinkerer's Daughter series set the stage for this series by introducing the Kingdom of Astatia and the secret of its genetically altered citizens. Aboard the Great Iron Horse takes that theme and runs with it. Be prepared for many adventures, and many more surprises as Sedgwick reveals more of this mysterious steam-powered post-apocalyptic world."

It's here already! The Clockwork God is Book One of my new steampunk adventure series Aboard the Great Iron Horse. You'll recognize a few of the characters from The Tinkerer's Daughter series and you'll meet some new ones. Pick up your copy from Amazon today!

The direct link to the e-book is: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HEX4VJ2
The paperback: Here!

 For those reviewers who haven't received the ARC yet, it should be there ANY MINUTE. I'm also starting a giveaway list for the final edition, which I'll have in a couple weeks. If you want to get your name on the list, email me: jamiesedgwick@sbcglobal.net


The Clockwork God:

Socrates the steampunk ape is back in an all-new series! The Iron Horse is a massive steam-powered locomotive full of ancient and surprising technological wonders. With his crew of warriors, miscreants, and genetic anomalies, Socrates' mission is to scour the world in search of Starfall, the mysterious element that powers the great city of Sanctuary and most of the world's steam technology. Supplies of Starfall are running low and unless they can locate another source, all civilization may soon collapse. Starfall also happens to be Socrates' power source and without it, he will die.

On their first adventure, the crew encounters a bizarre cult of isolationists and their strange "Clockwork God." Meanwhile, several of the crewmembers have gone missing and tensions are rising as mutineers conspire to overthrow Socrates and destroy the train. As the conflict comes to a boil, a power more ancient and sinister than anything they have ever imagined threatens to destroy them all.

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