Two military cadets from the future have prevented the bombing of Australia’s parliament back in 1901, but the Century War now threatens ..
“Highly recommended for young adults, especially those who enjoy the ‘steam punk’ genre.” “An entertaining, thought provoking novel” – Magpies.
Sean’s third Moonworlds novel (after 2004’s Glass Dragons ), sorcerers from the nearby planet Lupanar invade the world of Scalticar, traveling in cylinders that include such familiar Wellsian trappings as tripod fighting machines equipped with heat rays. [from Publishers Weekly Introduction]Read More
Glass Dragons continues the tale of Laron, the chivalrous 700-year-old vampire, the appallingly dangerous and beautiful Velander, and the long-suffering Terikel, as they investigate a secret project of arcane magic, a magic so dangerous it could destroy their world. A project which threatens to fall into the wrong hands.Read More
Now McMullen delivers Voyage of the Shadowmoon, a fantasy epic of daunting skill and scope.
The Shadowmoon is a small, unobtrusive wooden schooner whose passengers and crew are much more than they seem: Ferran, the Shadowmoon’s lusty captain who dreams of power; Roval, the warrior-sorcerer; Velander and Terikel, priestesses of a nearly extinct sect; and the chivalrous vampire Laron, who has been trapped in a fourteen-year-old body for seven hundred years. – Amazon
In this glittering, dynamic and exotic world two thousand years in the future, librarians fight duels to settle disputes, there is no electricity, fuelled engines are banned by every major religion in Australica, humanity has split into two species
… ‘A captivating conclusion to a brilliant series.’ Booklist, (starred Review)
Book 3 – The Greatwinter series
Sean’s signature steampunk novel of psychopathic librarians and human powered computers, Souls in the Great Machine.
Gives a new moral dimension to the old SF theme of power and knowledge, and the power that can be gained by those with secret knowledge of the working of the world – Interzone