The Infernal Aether, by Peter Oxley (Infernal Aether Book 1)
The Infernal Aether, by Peter Oxley (Infernal Aether Book 1)
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The Aether always held the universe together… but in the nineteenth century, it just might tear it apart.

London, 1865. A world being torn apart by supernatural terrors.

A drunken adventurer who just wants a quiet life.

A genius whose inventions tend to make bad situations worse.

A terrifying underworld of demons, spirits, golems and clockwork men.

When an exiled demon uses the power of the Aether to create Hell on Earth, Augustus Potts and his friends must face their darkest fears to save everything—and everyone—they hold dear.

Can Augustus stay sober long enough to foil the demon’s plans?

Will Victorian London ever be the same again?

And what, exactly, is the Aether?

Dickens’ London has never seemed so terrifying. The Infernal Aether is the first book in a gothic fantasy series which has been described as “fantasy at its best”, “epic” and“no-holds-barred”. If you like page turners with unpredictable twists and chills then you’ll love Peter Oxley’s The Infernal Aether.

Pick up The Infernal Aether and start exploring this terrifying new realm today.

 


Praise for The Infernal Aether

“Steampunk meets sci-fi fantasy horror with a great deal of magic weaving it all together in a real page-turner. With unpredictable twists and characters that I loved and loathed in equal measure it was a thoroughly enjoyable book which I devoured in one sitting. I can’t wait to see what happens next.”
—Alibel, amazon.co.uk

“Epic, Epic, Epic, this story was so good I couldn’t put it down and was sad that I reached the last page.”
—Aviar Savijon, Goodreads

“This no-holds-barred story features golems, bizarre devices, clockwork entities, an airship, soul-suckers, and more (including a cameo by Charles Dickens) and is told with wit and a touch of humor.”
—Kathy Burford, Amazon.com

“An awesome read. The author definitely has a handle on his art as a writer. Do yourself a favor and read it and everything he writes.”
—Alan McDonald, Amazon.com