Helen Rochester has a dream: unveiling her airship at the Paris Exposition of 1867. It’s sure to make a splash. But her interfering father wants to chaperone the journey — and she has doubts about the Italian alchemist. He has promised a revolutionary new fuel but why does he need the winged Venetian lion?
What the critics say about Kit Marlowe:
“Heartily recommended to anyone who has a sense of humour!”
“Witty and clever!”
“If you love witty steampunk adventure, you really need to read this. And did I mention a lion in a fez who loves pancakes? Do yourself a favor and pick it up!” ~ David Schmidt
from The Women’s League of Ale Drinkers: Purveyors of Superior Amusements
Cover art & book design by S. L. Johnson Images