I am working (doorstep to doorstep) 11-1/2 hours these days, and that is set to increase, so I am behind on my reading, so I don't know if I'll be able to make it to this one. It is listed at 60,000 words so it is not one of those kindle short stories disguised as a novel.
"A Classic Science Fiction Adventure in the Spirit of Jules Verne."
Imagine a world of extremes. The Northern Lights dance across the Caribbean, mighty tempests are a common occurrence and the pendulum of politics swings from one radical to the next. Welcome to Terra, an alternate earth somewhere across the multiverse, circa 1890.
It's a world of bizarre technological divergences. Steamwork airships soar high above and are plagued by sky pirates. Mighty sea creatures, the products of a prolonged Industrial Revolution's rampant pollution, haunt the seas. Cities glow by the light of ethereal, alchemical reagents, while evil lurks in the shadows just beyond.
William Stallworth is a Pulse Chaser, able to leap from one world to another. He came to Terra in search of adventure, but instead finds a world on the precipice of a great conflict - and a mysterious man that knows who he really is. Can he turn back what's been set in motion, or will he forfeit his own life trying?
Genres: Steampunk; Classic Scifi; Scifi Adventure
Northern lights dancing in the Caribbean occurred with the first big solar flare of 1859 so there may be a little bit of apocalyptic action. Maybe the ethereal currents will just all go to pieces.