Clockwork Wings By Stacy Buck


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Clockwork Wings: the Chronicles of Icarus Part 1 is the pilot episode in an upcoming full length novel deeply based in Greek Mythology with a Steam Punk twist. This previously untold sequel of the greek heroes, Icarus and Theseus, takes you into a bronze age world with steam punk technology. When the king of the island of Crete, makes a deal with the god of the underworld, Hades, for a piece of Zeus’ bolt, the king no longer needs Icarus’ father, the great inventor, Daedalus. Sensing his forth coming demise, Daedalus makes a steampowered set of wings for his son to escape the island. After narrowly avoiding death, and with a little help from the god Poseidon, Icarus reaches the city of Athens, where he must team up with Theseus to defeat Minos and his mysterious steam powered army.

Read a book unlike any you’ve ever read before in a whole new category we’re calling Mythpunk!

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Stacy and Jennifer Buck are a husband and wife writing duo born and raised in Seattle WA. Having known each other since they were sixteen years old makes their writing together a rich experience not only themselves, but also for their readers. Shortly after marrying they began writing Squanto Undead, an alternate history serial novel based on the mysterious historical figure. Stacy has been an archer and outdoorsmen all his life and brings that realism to the character. They live and work together with their five kids, two cats, and dog in a suburb just outside Seattle.

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Clockwork Wings: the Chronicles of Icarus Part 1 is the pilot episode in an upcoming full length novel deeply based in Greek Mythology with a Steam Punk twist. This previously untold sequel of the greek heroes, Icarus and Theseus, takes you into a bronze age world with steam punk technology. When the king of the island of Crete, makes a deal with the god of the underworld, Hades, for a piece of Zeus’ bolt, the king no longer needs Icarus’ father, the great inventor, Daedalus. Sensing his forth coming demise, Daedalus makes a steampowered set of wings for his son to escape the island. After narrowly avoiding death, and with a little help from the god Poseidon, Icarus reaches the city of Athens, where he must team up with Theseus to defeat Minos and his mysterious steam powered army.< br />< br />Read a book unlike any you’ve ever read before in a whole new category we’re calling Mythpunk!< br />


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