Friday, May 7, 2010

Book Review: Ghosts of Manhattan by George Mann

No forgotten book today. Now, I've reviewed a brand-new book written in a wonderfully old, pulp style. It's George Mann's Ghosts of Manhattan, a steampunk superhero novel set in an alternate 1926. Now, if that cover doesn't at least make you smile, well, then, I feel sorry for you.

Head on over to BSCReview.com and check out my review.

3 comments:

Evan Lewis said...

Didn't know about this one. Thanks!~

George said...

Love the cover! I'm ordering it now!

Scott Parker said...

Evan - I think you--and anyone who enjoys a good, old-fashioned adventure story--will enjoy it.

George - The cover is one of those that stops me dead in my tracks at a bookstore. It's got an immediacy about it I really dig.