Homunculus

Homunculus

  • Title: Homunculus
  • Author: James P Blaylock
  • ISBN: 2277230529
  • Page: 235
  • Format: poche
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  • Pendant des années, ce livre a nourri bon nombre de mes fantasmes littéraires. Amateur de Steampunk depuis toujours, je croyais trouver dans ce livre la quintessence du genre. Mais lorsque enfin je le tenais dans mes mains, à la faveur d'une réédition, le sentiment d'une profonde déception s'empara de moi. "Homunculus" est un private joke entre trois auteurs : Tim Powers (le plus génial), James Blaylock (le plus laborieux), Dean Koontz (le plus riche). Blaylock s'amuse à faire apparaîtr [...]


  • I read this because it's considered a seminal Steampunk work. It was a good read. A bit silly in parts, but that fits pretty well in the Steampunk paradigm.



  • Homunculus is a roller coaster of excitement. I think Blaylock may have lived in 18th century London, and might actually know the secret of the carp bladder himself.I have a theory, in fact that James P. Blaylock is none other than his own character Ignacio Narbondo, and these books are simply his own autobiography. Of course he threw us off his trail when he killed himself in the "Digging Leviathan".This book, and series is excellent (I'm half way through Lord Kelvin's Machine). However, it' [...]


  • Blaylock is so very mad in such a charming manner that, short of religious objections to the subject matter (mad science, murder, grave-robbing), it is uite simply impossible to not like this book.And, in fact, if your religion does cause objections to this book, I advise that you find a new religion. It's that good.


  • "Does the night seem uncommonly full of dead men and severed heads to you?"Langdon St. Ives is a man of science and a member of the Royal Society. With the help of his dependable and discreet manservant, St. Ives prefers to spend his time secretly building a spaceship in his countryside silo. But currently he's in London to help his friend Jack Owlesby recover a wooden box containing the huge emerald Jack's father left him for an inheritance. Things get confusing when it's discovered that there [...]


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