In the 25th century the future of the galaxy rests on a knife-edge. The actions of one man could save the British Space Empire, or leave Earth at the mercy of deadly legions of ant-people. That one man is Captain Isambard Smith, and Earth is in a lot of trouble. After blowing up a top-secret enemy base, Space Captain Smith and his crew deserve a rest. But their holiday ends when forces unknown destroy the robot convoy they were meant to be guarding. Smith finds himself in hot pursuit of a mysterious vessel that can pass through dimensions, incurring the wrath of the dreaded Grand Witchfinder of New Eden—which would be much easier to deal with if his pilot wasn’t cowering under the dashboard and his spaceship wasn’t infested with man-eating toads. Meanwhile, the Empire is gathering its allies to form a united front against alien tyranny. Unfortunately, the delicate negotiations have been entrusted to Major Wainscott, a man who knows no fear and very little about diplomacy or trousers. Once again, Captain Smith must summon all his courage to unite humanity behind the Empire. His quest will take him on a journey to face his greatest fears: from the depths of space, through Hell itself—and even to France.
I love digging through Etsy for treasure. In this case, Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Laboratory etched in glass. You can also pick up some cool vintage collectables and zombie things from adsila99 (link).
- Tesla museum receives $400,000 grant (newsday.com)
- Nikola Tesla’s amazing predictions for the 21st Century (myscienceacademy.org)
- 10 INVENTIONS of NIKOLA TESLA THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (secretsofthefed.com)