Cora and the Clockwork Men: a chronicle of the Walker Kindle Edition
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The Clockwork Men Nastos describes are pretty damn creepy and I imagined something painted by Dave Berry " At some point during his "work," the creature had lost its hat and I could now see his inhuman face and unearthly metallic silver eyes. Even his arms seemed to be mechanical in nature, with gears, tubes and rusted-looking iron rods where flesh and bone should be. " And it gets even better but I won't spoil it for you.
Think Dresden files with a bit of Twilight Zone and in the same style as Mercy Thompson. For $.99 this is a bargain. I want more now Cora Webb and Nastos sets you up perfectly salivating for more.
This story was fun and well-written. I hope to read more about Cora and the Walker in the future.
I'm a sci-fi, fantasy and steampunk buff, and this was right up my alley. A damsel in distress in a bad relationship and marked to die by the universe itself, only to be rescued by a dashing dandy with a mystical pocket watch and a gleaming sword. "Cora" was an exciting, quick read that left me wanting more.
I hope Nastos puts more of his work on Amazon.