THE INFERNAL AETHER SERIES
The Infernal Aether
London, 1865. Dickens’ London has never seemed so scary.
Down-on-his-luck adventurer Augustus Potts finds himself pulled into a murky underworld of ghosts, demons, golems and clockwork men. Can he and his friends save the world from the terrors of the Aether before they bring Hell on Earth?
The Infernal Aether is the first book in a gothic fantasy series which has been described as “an elegant and chilling indulgence”. If you like page turners with unpredictable twists and chills then you’ll love Peter Oxley’s The Infernal Aether.
A Christmas Aether
Three brand new stories from the world of The Infernal Aether.
Our heroes return in A Christmas Aether, new characters join the fray in The Ballad of William Morley, and The Potts Demonology provides valuable insights into the new demonic world of the late 19th Century.
A Christmas Aether brings together three new stories following on from the events of The Infernal Aether and foreshadowing the battles to come in the next installment: The Demon Inside.
The Demon Inside
How can you save the world when it’s impossible to tell friend from foe?
The one thing which gives Augustus Potts his powers is also turning him into the one thing he despises the most. When his closest friends and allies start to disappear, can Augustus save the world and himself before it’s too late?
The Demon Inside is the second book in Peter Oxley’s Infernal Aether Series, a dark gothic fantasy set in Victorian London described as “fantasy at its best”, “epic” and “no holds barred”. If you like electrifying action, rich characters and demons galore, then you’ll love The Demon Inside.
Beyond the Aether
When Satan himself comes calling, what would you do?
When Kate is kidnapped by the Almadites, Augustus Potts and his friends are forced into a pact with the demon Andras, fighting to save not just their friend but all humanity when they come face-to-face with creation’s oldest enemy in a world stripped of all hope.
Beyond the Aether is the third book in the Infernal Aether series, a dark gothic fantasy series which will grip and terrify you in equal measure.
The Wedding Speech Manual
Do you need to do a wedding speech but have no idea how to start or what to say? Are you nervous about standing up and speaking in public?
The Wedding Speech Manual is your complete, practical, step-by-step guide to how to write and perform a personalised wedding speech: something which will be enjoyed and cherished by your loved ones, friends and family.
Peter Oxley is a writer and business manager who lives in the English Home Counties. He enjoys reading and writing in a wide range of areas but his main passions are sci-fi, fantasy, historical fiction and steampunk.
His influences include HG Wells, Charles Dickens, Neil Gaiman, KW Jeter, Scott Lynch, Clive Barker, Pat Mills and Joss Whedon.
He is also the author of the nonfiction book: “The Wedding Speech Manual”.
He lives with his wife, two young sons and a slowly growing guitar collection. Aside from writing and willingly speaking in front of large crowds of strangers, Pete spends his spare time playing music badly, supporting football teams that play badly, and writing about himself in the third person.
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Hi - I hope you're well First of all I wanted to wish you and yours a very merry Christmas and a happy new year - here's hoping 2017 is slightly less eventful than 2016...! I also wanted to drop you a quick update. It's been a couple of years since The Infernal Aether...
So while I'm sat in the cinema waiting for Doctor Strange to start, I thought I'd post a little (not to mention well overdue) update. Predictably I've been slack at posting - as I've said before, I've always struggled to make writing a spectator sport but if anyone...