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'Gary Crew (author of the award winning The Watertower) and artistic genius Paul O'Sullivan invite readers to explore - and possibly discover - the meaning behind the haunting, futuristic visions of Ichabod X.' (Publication summary)
Steampunk note: Ichabod X's titular visions reveal a future world of advanced and intricate cogwork technology, and the illustrations for the book play into the Victorian aesthetic of steampunk while illustrating the fantastical futures.
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'Enoch is studying H. G. Wells' classic novel, The Time Machine. His teacher has brought him to the museum to gain a greater appreciation of time but, as the museum closes, the lights dim and Enoch finds himself alone Or is he? Has some greater power lured him here? What is causing the entire building to vibrate? Some mighty machine throbbing into life? Take the Time journey. You may never return' (publication blurb).