The Man Behind The Glass

The Man Behind The Glass The Man Behind The Glass is based around a character called Septimus Blackwood a Victorian photographer with a difference The story is set in London s East end in the year It is predominantly a

  • Title: The Man Behind The Glass
  • Author: Greg Howes
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  • Page: 466
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  • The Man Behind The Glass is based around a character called Septimus Blackwood, a Victorian photographer with a difference The story is set in London s East end in the year 1860 It is predominantly a mystery adventure story, based on uncovering the hidden secrets of life and death and a quest for a missing legacy buried deep amongst the forgotten rivers and cellars ben The Man Behind The Glass is based around a character called Septimus Blackwood, a Victorian photographer with a difference The story is set in London s East end in the year 1860 It is predominantly a mystery adventure story, based on uncovering the hidden secrets of life and death and a quest for a missing legacy buried deep amongst the forgotten rivers and cellars beneath old London It is also a race against time, Septimus not only finds himself competing against the tide,he is also at odds with the twin evils of Joseph Bazalgette s new sewage system and the formation of what was to become known as London s underground train network It takes the reader on a supernatural journey of intrigue, horror and unexpected fantastical explorations Mid Victorian London, was a place and time unlike any other it was a time of expansion, vision, exploration and experiment It was also a time of great contrasts, in wealth, health and opportunities This intriguing voyage of discovery combined with the highly satirical characters found therein takes you to the edge of your seat and beyond

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  • A fantastic read, one that takes the reader on a journey quite beyond the imagination of what life in Victorian London could be. Septimus Blackwood, the main protagonist of this story, is on a mission to uncover, to rediscover the hidden truths in his life and about what constitutes life itself. In his photographic studio, he and a cast of extraordinary characters strive to go beyond what is known in their study of daguerreotypes--the photography that is the new science, art and practice of crea [...]


  • Set in 1860 ‘The Man Behind the Glass’ is a fascinating and well researched glimpse of this part of the Victorian era. And a cracking tale! The author’s imagery is vivid and sublime. Greg Howes conjures up the murky, polluted squalor of London’s East End. With characters who are charmingly Dickensian yet gritty and contemporarily relevant, all are brought to life in technicolour fullness. The story gathers pace as gentleman photographer with his unique ability, Septimus Blackwood, meets [...]


  • If you like stories set in Victorian London, Oliver, Jack the Ripper, Doctor Who or anything dark and mysterious then this is for you. A book full of surprises and intrigue.We follow Septimus Blackwood, the main protagonist of this story, experimenting with a new type of photography. What he finds on his mission is more than he has bargained for, in terms of science and his own personal past. The philosophical meets science, legacy meets innovation. The setting in the Victorian era lends itself [...]


  • This is a riveting novel: a perfect read for dark, frosty evenings. It is full of vivid description, mournful prose and wickedly dark humour. Greg Howes transports us to the foggy, murky alleys, waterways and circuses of Victorian London, where we meet a babble of misfits and miscreants. The bizarre things Septimus does with photographs will both amaze and disturb you, and the haunting journeys through the underground tunnels of London, with their literal and metaphorical twists and turns, will [...]



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