The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday

The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday

G.D. Falksen / May 28, 2020

The Strange Case of Mr Salad Monday Inspector Wilde is a rabid fan of tit tat the broadsheet arguments that get printed several times a day the Chief Inspector thinks he s an idiot but Wilde s strange reading habits may just crack thi

  • Title: The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday
  • Author: G.D. Falksen
  • ISBN: 9781429925822
  • Page: 436
  • Format: ebook
  • Inspector Wilde is a rabid fan of tit tat, the broadsheet arguments that get printed several times a day the Chief Inspector thinks he s an idiot, but Wilde s strange reading habits may just crack this case wide open.

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      • G.D. Falksen

        G D Falksen is an author, lecturer, public speaker and MC He also studies history and blogs for Tor While his repertoire spans a range of topics, he is currently most noted for his steampunk work and is one of the most recognizable figures in the steampunk literary genre and the related subculture His debut novel, The Hellfire Chronicles Blood In The Skies has just been released, to rave reviews Other fiction includes The Strange Case of Mr Salad Monday, and the serials An Unfortunate Engagement and The Mask of Tezcatlipoca, among others His work has appeared in Steampunk Tales, Steampunk Magazine, The Chap, Egophobia, and various anthologies such as Footprints and Steampunk Reloaded He has made appearances as a guest at various events, including Dragon Con and the World Steam Expo, and has appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Hartford Courant, Marie Claire Italia, BoingBoing, Time Out New York, and New York Magazine He has also appeared on MTV, NHK, VBS, Space, and io9 He is the lead writer for AIR, a steampunk themed video game currently in development from Hatboy Studios, Inc.


    536 Comments

    1. Inspector Wilde was in a fine mood when he arrived at the headquarters of Salmagundi’s Legion of Peace, carrying three paper-wrapped sandwiches and an armload of printed broadsheets. He had a spring in his step and walked in time to one of the latest music hall ditties, which he whistled cheerfully for the benefit of his coworkers. All along the gaslit passage, clerks and secretaries poked their heads out of their rooms and stared, in wonder and admiration at his audacity. Not bad, well rounde [...]


    2. Karly *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)*

      (I think I'm going to try listening to this short (since it's an option) BAM!) Nope, I am too lazy for that shenanigans. Huzzah, and stufff, is for Falksen.3 StarsFirstly, I have to say that I am fairly obsessive in my love of the Steampunk craze. I love the style with all the little fibers of my monstrous heart. In fact, if you – like me – enjoy this genre I encourage you to giveSteam Powered Giraffea listen, it’s quite entertaining. (I’m actually hoping to go see them live in April, YA [...]


    3. This was quite an enjoyable mystery short story. Not really a steampunk novel, maybe more of a gaslight fantasy. The structure of this society was not laid out completely in this 30+ page story, but Mr. Falksen gave me a big enough taste to was another bite!!


    4. This is a great quick read for when you need to read something but you don't have much time. The characters are all extremely well rounded, including the elusive Mr. Salad Monday. I give it four stars simply because I feel it could be a part of a much bigger story. I was looking for more and, alas, there wasn't any. However, that wanting feeling is a common element that keeps me reading Falksen's works.


    5. The Strange Case of Mr. Salad Monday is a funny name for a bizarre, but highly enjoyable story. It's a steampunky world, and our protagonist is a police officer of sorts, hunting down potential terrorists. Today's assignment is to figure out who the mysterious Mr. Salad Monday is which results in a bit of a mental crisis for our protagonist as Mr. Salad Monday is a strange, tentacle cloud of light and eyes who likes to write newspaper articles. What fun! What mind numbing terror!


    6. Another Tor short story.I don't read a lot of steam punk, but I've enjoyed the ones I've read at Tor. This one needed maybe a bit more world building. The premise is interesting, but it reminds me of the X-files with less time to fill in the background of why things happen. A light hearted romp.


    7. As much as I love steampunk, this story just never got off the ground.The only positive I might be able to give would be to suggest this book for young readers as it seems to be written on about a 5th grade level.


    8. The world depicted is interesting. Got the sense that this was a story set in a longer novel series which I might be interested in reading.




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