The Chronological Man: The Monster In The Mist

The Chronological Man: The Monster In The Mist

Andrew Mayne / May 19, 2019

The Chronological Man The Monster In The Mist It s and the citizens of Boston are beginning to go missing in the fog The police are confounded The public is frightened The city is on the edge of hysteria It s up to the mysterious Smith inve

  • Title: The Chronological Man: The Monster In The Mist
  • Author: Andrew Mayne
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  • Page: 361
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  • It s 1890 and the citizens of Boston are beginning to go missing in the fog.The police are confounded The public is frightened The city is on the edge of hysteria.It s up to the mysterious Smith, inventor and adventurer, to figure out what s going on with the help of his assistant, April Malone They ll have to face off against a secret society, corrupt policemen and a mIt s 1890 and the citizens of Boston are beginning to go missing in the fog.The police are confounded The public is frightened The city is on the edge of hysteria.It s up to the mysterious Smith, inventor and adventurer, to figure out what s going on with the help of his assistant, April Malone They ll have to face off against a secret society, corrupt policemen and a mad psychologist hell bent on dissecting Smith, in order to solve the mystery of what s going on and to save the city from an even sinister threat.It s the first story of Smith, a hard science fiction time traveler with than a enough quirk to last him several centuries A fast paced 45,000 word tale of scientific adventure combines elements of DOCTOR WHO, SHERLOCK HOLMES and TONY STARK set against turn of the century Boston s soot stained streets.

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    1. There are so many things to like in this story. Even with the nitpicks, it was really entertaining. First and the best thing about it is that it has a Lovecraftian touch. After a whaler got back from the trip to the far north, the streets of Boston became less safe. Something has been taking people. Nobody could say what it is because of the thick fog. That and not many witnesses. You get a story within a story too. What happened to the ship crew on that job up north. The protagonists are intere [...]


    2. 3.5 stars and VERY strongly reminiscent of Doctor Who when the story starts out. I was excited by the beginning pages, but as I continued reading, I began to suspect that the beginning was the most well-revised part. The pace was uneven throughout the rest. A heavy reader of science fiction and fantasy (as I am) may not be particularly captivated by the mystery set out here.(view spoiler)[ The biggest annoyance: the author kept allowing Smith to interpret what the creature was thinking or feelin [...]


    3. I randomly stumbled across this book while doing a search for steampunk books. Half way through, I went out and bought everything else Andrew Mayne has written. His writing style is gorgeous. His characters leap off the page. The world was vivid and alive. I absolutely fell into this story and couldn't put it down. If Sherlock Holmes and Caleb Carr's "Alienist" got together and had a steampunk baby, THIS is what it would look like. LOVED it!


    4. Here is a .99 cent bargain for Kindle.I heard this book recommended on one of the tech podcasts I listen to and at this price decided to give it a try.The novel is kind of a Dr. Who/Sherlock Holmes/Steampunk mashup - though it does not take place in London, but in Boston. The time element is that this is not a time traveler story in the normal sense in that the mysterious Smith only moves forward in time. There is a special emphasis on the scientific aspects in that the mystery is not of the su [...]


    5. Good stories, needs better editorI like the books and your writing- but please learn the difference between 'then' and 'than', 'affect' and 'effect' or at least get a better editor or proofreader. You're starting to drive me nuts. Other than that the stories are nicely written and enjoyable. I'm on your 4th or 5th book now.


    6. This is an excellent book for kids (who have the vocabulary). Well written. Chaste, but full of action - with both a male and female hero. There is quite a bit of gross stuff and some violence; but overall pretty tame. I found the plot a little too simple to figure out, plus this kind of horror story just isn't my cup of tea.


    7. This would have been a good solid three-star read, but the ending was just too idiotic. AND, although it was clever at first that the main character didn’t remember things, it soon became little more than an irritating sign of how lazy (or inept) the writer is.This was the first in a series I shall not be reading.


    8. This is a funny novella. No pretensions here, just a nice time reading. Just a different approach for a kind of steam punk mystery history. I have enjoyed it so much I immediately started reading the next one. Waiting for more!


    9. I really like Andrew Mayne. Every book of his is a unique story but they all share his amazing gift for story telling. A person only gets hints of the disappearing time traveler's life and his new assistant is an interesting person too. I'd recommend this book.


    10. A MIGHTY FINE TALE IT ISHello, this story was just plain great. Extremely well written and entertaining to read. Very different from the normal, which is my favorite. Great job. Thanks.


    11. Very entertaining storyI'm New to Andrew Mayne. I read two of his novels now and looking forward to reading more. Take the time to read his novels. Good stuff.


    12. Page turnerI enjoyed mystery and history and I like the way "future" inventions are woven in the story. Really great read


    13. Great ReadThis is the forth book by Maybe I've read and it is my favorite. Smith is a great character. He's a little Sherlock Holmes and a bit of of Iron man.


    14. Good funI enjoyed this although I would like to also know how 'Smith' remains young A fun read with good amounts of science thrown in.



    15. Very steampunk meets Sherlock Holmes. Fun was sad when it ended too quickly with so many unanswered questions that hopefully will have answers in the next in this series


    16. This was interest through the entire story and I enjoyed the characters. It did leave a lot unexplained about Smith. I am hoping that these things will become clear in the next one.


    17. The Chronological Man is a time traveling, steam-punk adventure brought to us by Andrew Mayne. People are disappearing in a mysterious mist, and nobody seems to care. Luckily Smith and April Mallone are on the case.The best thing about this book was the characters. April Mallone is funny, smart, engaging and full of surprises. The surprise being that she seems very ordinary at the beginning and proves herself to be more and more capable as the book goes on. Smith is an enigma, which I think he's [...]


    18. Here's the short version;A fast paced and exciting short novel, this mixture of period and sci fi based fiction is filled with curious visuals and chuckling comedy. Daring feats abound amidst what is surely an opening story for a series of like adventures.Here's the long version;I picked this up for a buck for something to pass the snowy days at work, and I got a bargain; a lot of action, a heaping of mystery, & just a pinch of comedic dialogue make this book an excellent introduction to a w [...]


    19. I bought this book for my Kindle because it was a steampunk book and it cost $0.99. And then two months later I read it and was surprised to discover that it was quite good. In 1890s Boston, Miss April Malone has a strange job. She goes to work everyday and sits in a room by herself. She gets requests to read a lot of different things, attend lectures, feed punch cards into things, and keep the coffee pot full. One day, after two years of this, a vault door in her workroom opens and a man called [...]


    20. “She couldn't decide if he was a bit mad or if the world moved too slowly for him. Perhaps a little of both.” Steampunk, time-travel, a secretary that buys newspapers and pastries for a nonexistent employer every day, and man that stumbles out of a locked room and only knows what’s written on the card in his pocket. The summery states it all: very Doctor Who-esque, crossover with Sherlock Holmes and add a steampunked Iron Man in the mix and you have Mayne’s first book of The Chronologica [...]


    21. The Chronological man:The Monster in the Mist is a good old fashioned adventure tale. A mysterious fog descends over Boston, and people magically and violently disappear in the mist. An equally mysterious “Smith” is awoken from his deep sleep far under the streets to solve this imbalance and put the world to rights once again, at least for the time being anyway. This is simple, clean, good old fashioned adventure and I was hooked from the start. The character of “Smith” is excellent, and [...]


    22. This was a fantastic read. Full of adventure and just the right hint of mystery, Mayne creates a wonderful world that doesn't give away all of its mysteries and leads you on at just the right pace. The characters are believable and realistic, especially Smith and Miss Malone who easily capture the reader's attention. The monster in the mist is believable with very little suspension of reality, which is a nice change from books like this. Yes, it's not 100% believable, but this IS fiction. This b [...]


    23. Likable story about a steampunk crusader who is a fusion between Doctor Who and Iron Man, but needs a little more to come alive.April Malone works as a secretary by herself in a mysterious building. One day the great metal door in that building opens up, and a young man named Smith emerges from it. The dazed Smith seems to have been awakened for a purpose, and its soon evident that something is lurking and stealing away people in Boston. Can Smith's detective powers and technological ingenuity a [...]


    24. This is a really fun book to read. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and has a good sense of humor. Couple that with a little mystery and suspense, along with action, and you have a really fun book. I highly recommend it.Pros + +Fast read. Definitely a page turner. +Interesting concept that lends itself to more stories. +Great main character with Smith along with his assistant, April. Somewhat Sherlock Holmes like coupled with science fiction twists.Cons - -Third person limited view alternat [...]


    25. This is a really fun book to read. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and has a good sense of humor. Couple that with a little mystery and suspense, along with action, and you have a really fun book. I highly recommend it.Pros + +Fast read. Definitely a page turner. +Interesting concept that lends itself to more stories. +Great main character with Smith along with his assistant, April. Somewhat Sherlock Holmes like coupled with science fiction twists.Cons - -Third person limited view alternat [...]


    26. Mr. Smith, the main character in this book, is a Time Lord. Mayne (the author) doesn't come right out and say it, and adds little details to try and say Smith is something besides a Time Lord, but Smith is hundreds of years old, comes to the aid of humans when there's a dire situation, and spends most of his time in a vault that is much bigger than it seems.He's a friggin' Time Lord!!!Aside from this - because of it, actually - this book is a joy. Something is making people disappear in the mist [...]


    27. This is an nice surprise. It's very likely a new author, but this is a very good novel for a first attempt (if I'm right, if not, I apologize). It's a nice, by-the-book steampunk-ish adventure. I was kinda lookin' for some Lovecraftian fiction, but tentacles aside, this isn't really horror fare.The writing is a little inexpert, but it was exciting and the author managed to maintain suspense and excitement throughout the adventure. This was a fun and interesting read in what appears will be an ep [...]


    28. This is a light, enjoyable story very reminiscent of Dr. Who. In late 19th century Boston, people are disappearing in the mist. April Malone is a young woman who has been hired to read, research and file her findings. She is amazed when a man, Smith, suddenly appears from the basement, where he has apparently been sleeping for an untold length of time. April fills the role of an intelligent, feisty sidekick/companion while Smith does his Who impression of tracking down what the danger is and goi [...]


    29. A delightful combination of Doctor Who and Sherlock set to a Steampunk world! April Malone works as a secretary; everyday gathering morning papers, coffee and pastries for no one. Well, no one ever reads the papers and the coffee and pastries are always tossed at the end of the day. Until one day the machine under the office turns on, and the mysterious metal door opensHis name is Smith. Not Mr. Smith, just Smith, please. It says so on the card, anyway. Good thing, too, because he doesn't rememb [...]


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