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Astronauts By Gaslight By Ron Miller, ed.
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Five classic space novels from the age of gaslight and steam engines. "Voyage to the Moon" (1827) by George Tucker (writing as Joseph Atterley) was the first American science fiction novel... More > to deal with space flight. "The Moon Hoax" (1835) convinced millions of newspaper readers that eminent astronomer Sir John Herschel had discovered life on the Moon. "The Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans Pfaal" was Edgar Allan Poe's contribution to space fiction, inspired by George Tucker, who was one of his college instructors. "The Brick Moon" of 1870 contains the first realistic description of an artificial Earth satellite, anticipating most of the applications of modern satellites. 1900's "Honeymoon in Space" is a charming journey through the solar system, from the Moon to Mars and Jupiter.< Less
Gaslight Ghastlies By Ferrell Rosser
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A collection of short stories in a Steampunk setting. Dark humor for adults. From the misadventures of a Mad Scientist's assistant, to the wicked resignation of an aristocratic adventurer's sidekick,... More > and the rather Lovecraftian investigation of a Victorian detective, these stories are meant to amuse and disturbe the reader. Enjoy!< Less
Gaslight Ghastlies By Ferrell Rosser
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Short stories set in a Steampunk world, with humor and a strong dose of satire as well. Mature readers will enjoy the humor and off-beat themes in the several stories contained herein! A quick and... More > pleasing read of mad scientists, outragious situations, retro-style adventures, with steam and clockwork action!< Less
Galgate Gaslight Show By Suzanne Peat
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The history of a local village show. Flowers, fruit, vegetables, handicrafts, baking, preserves and much more shown at the Galgate Gaslight Show. Who, how, why, where and when the Show has been and... More > is held.< Less
Gaslighting and the Environmental Illness Patient By DL Mullan, M.A.
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The first book in the series sheds light on the psychology of friends, family, and the medical community at large when it comes to treating the Environmental Illness patient. Too often... More > Environmental Illness patients are abandoned by the people that are supposed to care about them. Here is how and why situations like abandonment and name calling occur. When you understand what is happening to you, then you are able to deal with the emotional and mental impacts with a more mature perspective. How do you know if you have fallen victim to gaslighting?< Less
Otherlands by Gaslight By Tim Corey et al.
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Bienvenue dans un dix-neuvième siècle étonnant, entre sciences et développements technologiques, mais où se cachent aussi monstres tapis dans l'ombre, adeptes des... More > sciences occultes et hommes avides de puissance... 14 nouvelles inédites par 14 nouveaux talents de la scène SFF francophone, pour redécouvrir un autre XIXè siècle.< Less
The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket: Turnkey (Part II) By Christopher Dunkle
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A backward and booze-soaked spin on the steampunk model, Turnkey follows its cast of old-fashioned souls adrift in a new-fashioned world. In Part II of Turnkey, reluctant fugitives Will Pocket and... More > Kitt Sunner escape New London proper with Dolly, Gren, and Eddie in tow. Blanketed by the sleepy forests, they begin a life in hiding at the fantastically unusual Gaslight Tea House, but new troubles soon arise. A blend of self-deprecating humor, silly wit, white-knuckle adventure, old-fashioned romance, and bittersweet tragedy, Turnkey begins The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket with a resounding bang!< Less
The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket: Turnkey (Part I) By Christopher Dunkle
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A backward and booze-soaked spin on the steampunk model, Turnkey follows its cast of old-fashioned souls adrift in a new-fashioned world. In Part I of Turnkey, storyteller Will Pocket and cutpurse... More > Kitt Sunner accidentally discover the sleeping Watchmaker's Doll, and in befriending her, inadvertently end up named as enemies to the Crown. A blend of self-deprecating humor, silly wit, white-knuckle adventure, old-fashioned romance, and bittersweet tragedy, Turnkey begins The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket with a resounding bang!< Less
The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket: Turnkey (Part III) By Christopher Dunkle
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A backward and booze-soaked spin on the steampunk model, Turnkey follows its cast of old-fashioned souls adrift in a new-fashioned world. In Part III of Turnkey, circumstance forces Pocket and Gren... More > to return to the city of New London, where they once again face the onslaught of the King's forces. As new revelations of the Watchmaker's Doll are brought to light, Pocket sets off toward a final reunion, bringing the novel to its explosive finale. A blend of self-deprecating humor, silly wit, white-knuckle adventure, old-fashioned romance, and bittersweet tragedy, Turnkey begins The Gaslight Volumes of Will Pocket with a resounding bang!< Less
A Practical Treatise on Gas-light Exhibiting a Summary Description of the Apparatus and Machinery Best Calculated for Illuminating Streets, Houses, and Manufactories, with Carburetted Hydrogen, or Coal-Gas, with Remarks on the Utility, Safety, and General By Friedrich Christian Accum
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Friedrich Christian Accum or Frederick Accum (March 29, 1769... More > – June 28, 1838) was a German chemist, whose most important achievements included advances in the field of gas lighting, efforts to keep processed foods free from dangerous additives, and the promotion of interest in the science of chemistry to the general populace. From 1793 to 1821 Accum lived in London. Following an apprenticeship as an apothecary, he opened his own commercial laboratory enterprise. His business manufactured and sold a variety of chemicals and laboratory equipment. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Accum< Less