About Natassia

I am a performer by trade and have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. My bookshelves are full of many genres but I have a love of fantasy, SciFi and steampunk which have only spurred my performing dreams to help one of these fabulous worlds come to life. I tend to read books with a lot of edge and grit; if it's got zombies, space battles or fantastical steam inventions, I'm in. When I'm not reading or off making my own adventures, I can be caught watching movies of every era, gaming, and being scandalously political like any good steampunk heroine.

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AMayer-The Falling Machine

The Falling Machine by Andrew P. Mayer

28 November 2012 Natassia 0

As soon as I read the premise of The Falling Machine by Andrew Mayer I was hooked. It was practically made to catch my eye. With steampunk superheroes based in Victorian New York and a protagonist who is tired of what society thinks of her, this book may just be […]

DFreer-Steam Mole

The Steam Mole by David Freer

13 November 2012 Natassia 0

The second novel in Dave Freer’s steampunk series, The Steam Mole, starts off where the first novel, Cuttlefish left off. Since I have not read Cuttlefish, it was an interesting experience to be thrown midway into the character’s development and adventure. Unfortunately, the transition was not an easy one. Tim […]

TLebbon-London Eye

London Eye by Tim Lebbon

24 October 2012 Natassia 1

I approached London Eye thinking that it was post apocalypse lite- half the post apocalypse gore and death with a romance heavy plotline. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised to see that Lebbon created a London full of cataclysmic adventure. So much so, that despite London Eye being firmly in the Young […]