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The clockwork era - A page turner through history

by Benjamin Long
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Imagine it’s the Victorian era, a time where girls wear corsets and boys were tailcoats. When clockwork devices reigned supreme and the world was giving way to a new era, the era of fantastic machines, and most importantly, steam. Imagine … steampunk! This is the story of what happened in London during the reign of Victoria. It may interest you to know that the history books have being telling it all wrong and none of what follows will you find anywhere else. Haven’t you ever wandered how the reign of a single ruler, the landscape of modern Europe, and indeed the world, could change so completely? Coincidence? Maybe…or is there something more? To know this we must imagine…back over a hundred year ago in the heat of the battle, the battle of London.

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Created on: Jul-31-2013   Last updated:  Jul-31-2013
Format: 7.75"x5.75" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Photo Book
Theme: Fiction    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
About Author
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Joined: Jul-31-2013

Benjamin Long, beginner book writer, intellectual and fun person to be around, was born Benjamin Michael Long in the town of Winchester in England on the 8th of June 1998.

As a young boy writing scripts and reading books, he took the name his friends called him as wormatone as he loves reading books and toning them with presentation. This name was used in Drama productions and theater plays as this was his writing name. His book and stage name was Benacerraf who was a film director in 1926. After writing scripts he would direct them on the stage in school plays.

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