The Lazarus Gate: Lazarus Gate 1 by Mark LathamThe Lazarus Gate: Lazarus Gate 1 by Mark Latham

The Lazarus Gate: Lazarus Gate 1

byMark Latham

Paperback | September 29, 2015

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London, 1890. Captain John Hardwick, an embittered army veteran and opium addict, is released from captivity in Burma and returns home, only to be recruited by a mysterious gentlemen’s club to combat a supernatural threat to the British Empire.

This is the tale of a secret war between parallel universes, between reality and the supernatural; a war waged relentlessly by an elite group of agents; unsung heroes, whose efforts can never be acknowledged, but by whose sacrifice we are all kept safe.
Mark Latham is an author, editor and games designer with a passion for nineteenth century history, from Staffordshire, UK.  Formerly the editor of Games Workshop's White Dwarf magazine and head of Warhammer 40,000, Latham is now a writer of novels, short stories, and tabletop games, such as Legends of the Old West, and Waterloo. Latham...
Title:The Lazarus Gate: Lazarus Gate 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8 × 5.1 × 1 inPublished:September 29, 2015Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1783296801

ISBN - 13:9781783296804

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 “A ripping good start to what promises to be a grand series” - Count Gore“One of my favorite science fiction reads all year” - Geek Dad"“One of the best pieces of science fiction literature to come out this year” - Atomic Moo "A combination of Arthur Conan Doyle, H.G Wells, H.P. Lovecraft and even Ian Fleming." - Ravenous Monster“If you’re a fan of Fringe especially, this should do the trick while changing the scenery to something older with cobblestones and gaslights (and of course horrific things beyond the ken of mortal minds).” - Hey Poor Player“Mark A. Latham has nailed the setting, the language, and the sense of dread of a London under attack. The finale is just pure page-turning fun, and I think I must have read the final 100 pages or so in a single sitting without a break.” - Geek Dad"The author, Mark A. Latham, is known for his fondness of history and brings it to life in The Lazarus Gate. Using dialogue and descriptions to his advantage, Latham is able to project vivid images of alleyways in London and the common tongue that would be heard...I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a thrilling mystery set in a time period of discovery." - Mugglenet"Mark A. Latham blends different elements in a superb way and creates an incredibly fresh story that's full of surprises and twists. When you begin to read this novel, you'll notice that it has clearly been written out of love for storytelling, because it feels exciting and fresh." - Rising Shadow"If you are looking for a story filled with mystery, chaotic action, suspenseful adventure, strong characters and the supernatural then this novel is for you.” - Geek Hard