The Circus Infinitus Stories Volume 1 [NOOK Book]

Overview

This book features the following short stories:
“Welcome to the Circus Infinitus” – an introduction to the mysterious Circus Infinitus and its unique cast of characters.

“Madam Zazuma” – penniless aristocrat Elizabeth Montrose turns to the Circus Infinitus for help to ...
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The Circus Infinitus Stories Volume 1

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Overview

This book features the following short stories:
“Welcome to the Circus Infinitus” – an introduction to the mysterious Circus Infinitus and its unique cast of characters.

“Madam Zazuma” – penniless aristocrat Elizabeth Montrose turns to the Circus Infinitus for help to escape from a loveless arranged marriage.

“I Want to Join the Circus” – a small boy decides to run away to join the Circus Infinitus.

“The Monocle and the Morality Police” – Queen Victoria decides the Circus Infinitus is a corrupting influence on the people of London and charges Sir Hubert Fotherington and the IntelliGent with the task of shutting it down.

“The Haunted Funhouse” – Take a tour through one of the Circus’s attractions.

Also Available:
The Circus Infinitus Stories Volume 2
The Circus Intinitus - Broken Promise
The Circus Infinitus - The Bidgee Code

“Maxiumum Terror” – inside the Maze of Mirrors, don’t look too deeply or you might see the darkness inside your own soul.

“A Week in the Life of Victoria-7” – Introducing the Lady with the Seven Faces.

“Goril-Ho-Tep” – Amuna the Mummy leads an expedition into the British Museum to steal a mummified ape.

“Fool’s Errand” – Cousins Reggie Jefferson and Bart Sabbath both desire the ancient artefacts of King Arthur’s Fool, stored within Professor Abbacus’s laboratory – for entirely different reasons.

“A Week in the Life of Violet” – Victoria-7 tries out the Immortality Machine in an attempt to break her curse, and makes herself human once more.

“Gremlins” – After arriving in the United States for the first time, the Ringmaster must seek help from the Zero Corps to save the Circus from an infestation of insectoid monsters from the Immaterium.

Also available:
The Circus Infinitus Stories Volume 2
The Circus Infinitus - Broken Promise
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044332621
  • Publisher: Storm Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/20/2013
  • Series: circus Infinitus, #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 76,851
  • File size: 430 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2014

    Great

    Dark circus and freaks hooked me right away.

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