Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Knicker Teaser...

Scoundrelle's Keep
Knicker Teaser

As a Mad Scientist... it is in the job description to light up some beakers with mysterious glowing liquid and create.  Steam is rising.  Gears are laying about.  Trousers are stained with oil and goo.  Ah, yes here is a masterpiece.  Today I am revamping the Tuesday Teaser meme hosted by Lady MizB @ Should Be Reading.  Knicker Teaser is the twisted creation.  I will provide you with Steampunkery Knicker Teasers and Literary Samplings as well.

The Knicker Teaser is going to be a a tad different.  I have a new accomplice in my Steampunkery & Book Review realm.  He maybe new but I think we know just who wears the trousers at this blog.   
Mad Scientist and Noah the Victorian Punk do plan on teasing you a great deal.  Two times the literary goodness to temp you.  Oh my, that does sound delicious!!

Mad Scientist:

"Everyday the heat gets worse and worse. It creeps through the streets of Portland, festers in the dumpsters, makes the city smell like a giant armpit."
Softcover ARC page 178

Noah the Victorian Punk:

"I still remember the day my father took me to The Cemetary of Forgotten Books for the first time.  It was the early summer of 1945, and we walked through the streets of a Barcelona trapped beneath ashen skies as dawn poured over Rambla de Santa Monica in a wreath of liquid copper."
Paperback page 03

Look at that ladies. Our first post and our Fab Noah the Victorian Pubk is very much MIA. Wearing the trousers that I do, I took out the time to make sure everything was set up properly. All my accomplish had to do was... Well, nothing short from rocket science. *grin* I couldn' very well let him get those strong hands on my blog and start messing it up straight way. I do believe he will hear about this one for a while to come!!
Goodness me MS, one of us has to have a life!  So sorry to be so last minute, but there were some things that I had to attend to.  Besides, don't attempt to fool our dear readers love, you know that I had a bigger hand in it than you say.  Plus, you know what they say about a man with big hands right....No, get your minds out of the gutters!  I meant a very large brain. *smirks*


  1. Great teasers!! Nice to meet you, noah the victorian punk :)

  2. Great teasers. I think I'm the only person who didn't really care for The Shadow of the Wind, though.

  3. hahaha I love both the teasers, and I've never heard of The Shadow of the Wind :)

  4. Loved the teasers. You have a very fun blog. Thanks for stopping by mine earlier. Sorry that I had poor manners and didn't take my stroll until a little later in the day.


  5. What lovely teasers! And I'm so glad to meet Noah the Victorian Punk, that sounds like loads of fun ;)

    I'm really looking forward to the chance to read Delirium, I should do that straight away!

    Can't wait to see what the two of you come up with next week :)

  6. Great teasers, and your blog is SUCH fun! I'll be back.

    Melissa from Bibliotica.com

  7. Wonderful teasers! I have yet to read Delirium, but I loved Shadow of the Wind! Zafon is a very talented man. Did you know he composed a soundtrack to go with the book as well?

  8. I loved Delirium, I hope you're enjoying it as well! I just finished and I feel like I could read it all over again:) Can't wait for your full review!

  9. Terrific teasers. I love Delirium, and Shadow of the Wind is a new title for me. Will have to check it out.

  10. I love the idea of the cemetery of books..... would love to stroll through that and take some photos....

  11. I also like the title teaser!

    My post is also up along with my first giveaway. Please do come visit.

  12. :) Great teasers :) I want to read both books!

  13. I havent read either of these books. I hope that you are enjoying them Check out My Teaser for Tuesday.

  14. Love it, love the teasers, love the whole tone here at your blog--so steamy and gothic.

    Thanks for wandering by earlier. Do drop in any time for a cuppa when the mad science gets wearisome.

  15. Delirium is just simply scrumptious... I would tell you more but I would not be such a trill when the review hits the blog. Coming very soon!

    I have also never heard of Noah's choice but the quote makes me think, finally a Igor worth keeping around. *winks*

    Mad Scientist

  16. I liked The Shadow of the Wind. I think the storyline and writing were the key sellers for me. However, Zafron's other novel, the prequel, The Angel's Game I didn't feel lived up to this one. It still contained excellent writing, but I thought the plot carried into an odd direction. It was almost more than just a mystery, it was a bit on the paranormal side. To me it seemed not to fit in with The Shadow of the Wind.

    Noah - The Victorian Punk


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