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About the Author

Marty Chan is a playwright, radio writer, television story editor, and the author of several young adult novels and picture books, including The Mystery of the Frozen Brains. Marty was the first playwright in residence at the Citadel Theatre. He also served as Chair of the Edmonton Arts Council and taught playwriting at the University of Alberta. He received an Arts Achievement Award and a Performance Award from the City of Edmonton. Demon's Gate is his first teen fantasy novel.


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Steampunk young Harry Houdini Nov. 21 2013
By Nicole Luiken - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Love this concept: steampunk young Harry Houdini + demons. (Nicola Tesla is also a major character, but has more of a mentor role.) Lots of chase scenes, fisticuffs, daring escapes and misdirection made for a fun plot with short high-action chapters. An interesting setting: an alternate history steampunk New York. I will definitely be on the lookout for book two.

Quibble: The time and place jump between chapter one and chapter two confused me at first. I had to resort to reading the back cover blurb to figure out what was going on.


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