Havoc’s Children: Dog Days of Thereafter
A sickness digs itself out of the ruins of a long dead city. The infected stalk across the land spreading their blight and sowing seeds of civil war behind them. Every citizen of The Federated Territories of Thereafter is expected to do their part to contain the outbreak, including the young people of a quiet manufacturing town called Havoc.
Mechanics, politicians, preachers, assassins, lawmen, bandits, actors, refugees, scientists, and soldiers all vie for their place in a country on the verge of tearing itself apart.
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Havoc’s Children: Dog Days of Thereafter is the first in a saga of four western steampunk novels by CT Hutt.. The enhanced e-book incorporates more than fifty pieces of original artwork and design by artists all over the world. The three year collaboration to create this book stretched from the Ukraine, to Chicago, to Taiwan, and all the way back to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado where it all began.
Western steampunk is a sub-genre of the steampunk literary genre. Enthusiastic readers of science fiction and epic fantasy novels will find plenty to enjoy about this unique storytelling space. Already fertile soil for novelists, there have been some excellent examples of western steampunk fiction written by Cherie Priest, Stephen King, Gail Carriger, and many others.
Havoc’s Children is published by BookHutt LLC. All images and text are copyright protected.
CT Hutt has had a number of short stories published in some excellent magazines over the years including:
- The Inside Scoop – Space Squid
- Walking Still – Beneath Ceaseless Skies
- Three Nights on Isola de Felicita – 69 Flavors of Paranoia
- Ode to the Unceasing Doggerel – Juked
BookHutt Media LLC and The Colorado Standard Playing Company (link to The Cards) were born out of Boulder Startup Week. CT Hutt keeps a blog about the writing business in Colorado and can be contacted via Twitter @bookhutt.