Pax Omega by Al Ewing

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Though a self-contained story in its own right, Pax Omega bookends Al Ewing’s sequence of books in the Pax Britannia series of steampunk style novels, and does so very well.
-Starburst Magazine

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The entire history of the universe is just the beginning...

Doc Thunder – the gold-bearded, bronze-muscled Hero of New York – in his last stand against a deadly foe whose true identity will shock you to your core!

El Sombra – the masked avenger, the laughing killer they call the Saint of Ghosts – in his final battle against the forces of the Ultimate Reich!

The Scion of Tomorrow, the steel-clad Locomotive Man, in a showdown with cosmic science on the prairies of the Old West!

Jacob Steele, the time-lost gunfighter, defends the 25th Century against the massed armies of the Space Satan!

And a deadly duel of minds and might between the Red King and Red Queen in the mystery palaces of One Million AD!

Pax Omega is Al Ewing's third book in the world Pax Brittania, the other two volumes are El Sombra and the critically acclaimed Gods of Manhattan.
 

About Al Ewing

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Al Ewing is a talented new writer whose work for British comic 2000 AD, has seen him hailed as a major voice in the field. His work for Abaddon Books has been equally lauded and his unique visions of pulp fantasy have found their home in three different novels. The Gods of Manhattan is his fourth novel for Abaddon.
 
Published April 11, 2012 by Abaddon Books. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Starburst Magazine

Excellent
Reviewed by Ed Fortune on Apr 14 2012

Though a self-contained story in its own right, Pax Omega bookends Al Ewing’s sequence of books in the Pax Britannia series of steampunk style novels, and does so very well.

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Good
Reviewed by Graeme Flory on Mar 28 2012

If you’ve already read ‘El Sombra’ and ‘Gods of Manhattan’ then, just like me, ‘Pax Omega’ is the book that you’ve been waiting for, superb stuff.

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