Category Archives: Steampunk

Review – Supernatural Devices

Supernatural Devices – a steampunk scarlett novel by Kailin Gow I found this little beauty at a friends of the library bookstore.  I had never heard of it, but liked the cover, so here we are  🙂 This YA book … Continue reading

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Tour Review – Boxcar Baby

The Boxcar Baby (Steel Roots, Bk 1) – Tomorrow Comes Book Tour by J.L. Mulvihill I received this book for free for an honest review. A YA, western steampunk alternative history story about a girl looking for her missing adoptive … Continue reading

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Review – God Save the Queen

God Save the Queen (Immortal Empire, Bk 1) by Kate Locke I finished this book absolutely loving it.  It was tough to get into, but most steampunk type books are… a few people I know gave up and just couldn’t … Continue reading

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Review – Heart of Steel

Heart of Steel (Iron Seas, Bk 2) by Meljean Brook Steampunk adventure in a world gone awry, people are enhanced and controlled with nanoagents, or turned mad and into zombies, plus there is a bunch of swashbucking on airships, adventuring for lost … Continue reading

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Review – Bronze Gods

Bronze Gods (#1) by A. A. Aguirre I enjoyed this book and the relationships, but I had to work a bit to get into it. It is sort of a steampunk, meaning they wear bowler hats and drive steamrun cars and there … Continue reading

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Review – Lady of Devices

Lady of Devices (#1) by Shelley Adina YA steampunk about a girl who likes to “see what will happen” when she conducts experiments, with somewhat disastrous results.  But in a society where women of blood are groomed to run households, … Continue reading

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Review – Masque of the Red Death

Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin Atmospheric and tense, you see this world through the eyes of Araby, a girl who wants to simply forget.  She assumes her parents blame her as much as she blames herself for … Continue reading

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