Posts Tagged ‘steampunk’
Tweet Veena’s review of Of Silk and Steam (London Steampunk, Book 5) by Bec McMasters Steampunk Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 03 Mar 15 I fondly recall the first time I was introduced to this genre and my feelings about how this was not something that would ever appeal to me. Well, I can freely […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Her Ladyship’s Curse & His Lordship Possessed (Disenchanted & Co., Books 1 & 2) by Lynn Viehl Steampunk published by Pocket Star 11 Aug 13 Lynn Veihl’s new work is set in the steampunk world of pseudo-Victoriana and magic. It’s a complete departure from her previous work and is less dark […]
Tweet Rebekah’s review of Gilded (St. Croix Chronicles, Book 2) by Karina Cooper Steampunk/Historical Urban Fantasy published by Avon 26 Dec 12 This is my first venture into the genre of steampunk/urban fantasy and I’m pleasantly surprised with the experience. The mixture of a historical setting and creative fanciful inventions are intriguing. While this isn’t a […]
Tweet Veena’s review of A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious by Mary Wine Steampunk published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Aug 12 It’s 1840 England with young Queen Victoria on the throne, but Mary Wine’s England in her latest book, A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious, is very different from what we’ve read about […]
Tweet C2’s review of Skies of Fire (Ether Chronicles, Book 1) by Zoe Archer Steampunk Romance published by Avon Impulse 17 Apr 12 Do you like larger-than-life heroes and stealthy lady spies? Airships? Explosions? Zoe Archer’s latest book – and new series kick-off – might be just what you’re looking for.
Tweet Gwen’s review of The Iron Duke (A Novel of the Iron Seas) by Meljean Brook Steampunk romance released by Berkley Trade 5 Oct 10 Well, hello there. Miss me? That’s correct. I haven’t fallen off the face of the planet, and, contrary to popular rumor (Sybil), neither have I been committed to the local […]