Well, this is an old topic here, but,
Particularly, if more remote, more the book is better. I think Mr. Arthur Conan Doyle with his collection is more interesting than most books of fiction published today for this area. I confess that I still look with a little bit afraid for the books of imagination today... It is much more common that there are serious scientific works than works of fantasy really catchy (some may see me here as a reactionary, conservative Catholic Roman and boring, etc.). Not that the works of Conan Doyle resulted in something more adult (in comparison, yes). But authors such as a dear young Falksen? These are too puerile and in nothing to contribute for... Ahrm... I say, in "morality"... But only trifles "fantastic" and "impressionable". Well, I'm really investigating whether Allan Poe hides something of morality (what most people say they have never actually) I found on this page [http://www.eapoe.org/geninfo/poerelig.htm
] something very interesting about this question. And then if the present authors are in the same duality of mind, it would be interesting to investigate!
Not that I have anything in particular here (about this young dear G.D. Falksen, really my gentlemen! - although it is a imature personality). But, if collect the biographical reference and so, what there may be its in your coadjuivante literary strength? I imagine that his own life style (not just temperament, geniality and other implications more) reflects very well in the outcome of the literature. And finally, what effect this has for readers!
An excellent representative of the "blind
" Steampunk, I belive that is the novel "The Poison Belt
" on continuity to the less interesting "Lost World
", the first, despite puerile is one of the that more seduces my appreciation, losing for the series, cof!... Arhm... Sorry me... Holmes.~ Mrs. Stan, esq.