The Clockhaven Chronicles 2nd Edition: Day of the Dragons received a beautiful review from Miss Ceejay Writer:
"When it comes to storytelling for the steampunk community, the delight is found in the little things. Aficionados of the genre are well-known to be sticklers for details. They appreciate the importance of a properly placed gear, a tightly laced corset and a well-balanced absinthe as much as they will look favorably on a tightly written plotline.
Penny Gaff Publishing's Serial Novel, "Day of the Dragons" begins by plunging us directly into battle action in Episode One, "The Girl in the Corner". At its core, the plot pivots upon the life of talented Stanislaus Pulaski, who even at his young age has already lived a past he's intent on atoning for. But our hero is just a small detail in a larger world, which is presented to us in horrifyingly brilliant bursts of battle scenes from afar, and closer to home, sophisticated interactions with local society and politics. Finally, at the tale's most intimate level, we are immersed in Stan's own life and work as he strives to build an exciting new airship. But when Stan truly grasps what he's managed to get tangled up in, everything changes.
If you enjoy military novels, author P.S. Chambers delivers the goods, dropping you dead-center into the turmoil with breathtaking imagery. Fans of proper society antics will be amused and entertained by situational comedy, lush wardrobe details, conversational humor and dry wit. Would-be engineers will delight in the detailed descriptions of the creation of new machinery and technology, as brilliant minds and strong muscle bring it all to life.
I found the blend of broad sweeps and detailed glimpses, leaps between varied locales, and plenty of characters who are not always what they seem, to be a satisfying literary stew. It's one to be served piping hot and consumed with a hearty appetite. Bon appetit and bon voyage!"
Find the PDF version of the Clockhaven Chronicles (2nd Ed/1st Ep): "Day of the Dragons - The Girl in the Corner.." at www.pennygaffpublications.com! We welcome more reviews!