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Dr Obadiah Carnaby and Mr Edward Stoathill-Warmly are in possession of secrets lost to the world for countless millennia, and they intend to use them. Little do they know that in their search for forbidden knowledge they have already set in motion a chain of events that will forever alter their world. Neither are they aware that shadowy forces are gathering, and enemie Dr Obadiah Carnaby and Mr Edward Stoathill-Warmly are in possession of secrets lost to the world for countless millennia, and they intend to use them. Little do they know that in their search for forbidden knowledge they have already set in motion a chain of events that will forever alter their world. Neither are they aware that shadowy forces are gathering, and enemies both old and new are closing in on them from all sides. As their machine at last stands complete and the weirdness that surrounds the scientists intensifies, the mind of their host, Lord Naught, spirals to disturbing new heights of eccentricity. And yet all of this is to be no more than a prelude to the apocalyptic events that are to come. From the glittering debauchery of the House of Naught to the depths of the darkest jungle, the tale of cosmic intrigue continues to unfold.The Machine is the second part of The Transfiguration of No. It is a story of conspiracy, betrayal, all-consuming passions and highest strangeness, within whose pages are contained such singular phenomena as lucid dreams, serial killers, dastardly clerics, trans-æonian missions, pagan drug cults, spectral stalkers, scheming socialites, sentient hair, mysterious maladies, macabre obsessions, melting minds, multiple varieties of alien visitor, and perhaps most importantly a machine that is capable of rending reality itself asunder. If you are a reader of... The dark and ominous epics of Brian CatlingThe unorthodox imaginings of China MiévilleThe æon-spanning mysticism of Frank HerbertThe cosmic horror of HP LovecraftThe steampunk action of Gordon DahlquistThe morbid humour of Edward GoreyThe intricate enchantment of Susanna ClarkeThe speculative weirdness of Jeff VandermeerThe wild fantasies of Michael MoorcockThe crafted prose of Robert AickmanThe occult workings of Alan MooreThe ghastly world of Mervyn Peake ...or you are a lover of science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, steampunk, metaphysical & visionary fiction, horror, or weird tales both vintage and contemporary, then there is something for you in The Machine. For more on The Transfiguration of No, go to www.iamstegosaurus.com/no


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Dr Obadiah Carnaby and Mr Edward Stoathill-Warmly are in possession of secrets lost to the world for countless millennia, and they intend to use them. Little do they know that in their search for forbidden knowledge they have already set in motion a chain of events that will forever alter their world. Neither are they aware that shadowy forces are gathering, and enemie Dr Obadiah Carnaby and Mr Edward Stoathill-Warmly are in possession of secrets lost to the world for countless millennia, and they intend to use them. Little do they know that in their search for forbidden knowledge they have already set in motion a chain of events that will forever alter their world. Neither are they aware that shadowy forces are gathering, and enemies both old and new are closing in on them from all sides. As their machine at last stands complete and the weirdness that surrounds the scientists intensifies, the mind of their host, Lord Naught, spirals to disturbing new heights of eccentricity. And yet all of this is to be no more than a prelude to the apocalyptic events that are to come. From the glittering debauchery of the House of Naught to the depths of the darkest jungle, the tale of cosmic intrigue continues to unfold.The Machine is the second part of The Transfiguration of No. It is a story of conspiracy, betrayal, all-consuming passions and highest strangeness, within whose pages are contained such singular phenomena as lucid dreams, serial killers, dastardly clerics, trans-æonian missions, pagan drug cults, spectral stalkers, scheming socialites, sentient hair, mysterious maladies, macabre obsessions, melting minds, multiple varieties of alien visitor, and perhaps most importantly a machine that is capable of rending reality itself asunder. If you are a reader of... The dark and ominous epics of Brian CatlingThe unorthodox imaginings of China MiévilleThe æon-spanning mysticism of Frank HerbertThe cosmic horror of HP LovecraftThe steampunk action of Gordon DahlquistThe morbid humour of Edward GoreyThe intricate enchantment of Susanna ClarkeThe speculative weirdness of Jeff VandermeerThe wild fantasies of Michael MoorcockThe crafted prose of Robert AickmanThe occult workings of Alan MooreThe ghastly world of Mervyn Peake ...or you are a lover of science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, steampunk, metaphysical & visionary fiction, horror, or weird tales both vintage and contemporary, then there is something for you in The Machine. For more on The Transfiguration of No, go to www.iamstegosaurus.com/no

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