A Study in Silks by Emma Jane Holloway

20 November 2013 Natassia 0

In the debut novel of the new Baskerville Affair Trilogy, Emma Jane Holloway puts her own spin on steampunk with A Study in Silks. Unlike any other Sherlock spin off I’ve read, Holloway mixes humor with intrigue and magic with science. There are neat concepts at each turn and Holloway […]


A Thousand Perfect Things by Kay Kenyon

31 October 2013 Natassia 1

Kay Kenyon brings to life a tale reminiscent of true Victorian style with the added mysticism of magic in A Thousand Perfect Things. With a Victorian sensibility of the exotic, Kenyon infuses her mythical world with the real life relations of Britain and India. Kenyon’s storytelling lends itself to the […]

A Conspiracy of Alchemists by Liesel Schwarz

19 May 2013 Natassia 0

Liesel Schwarz starts off with a bang in A Conspiracy of Alchemists, the first installment of the Chronicles of Light & Shadow. An alternate history tale, Schwarz brings elements of steampunk to her adventure. Readers and non-readers alike will feel at home with the familiar themes and no-frills take. LEAVE […]

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Queue the Quipster: April Nominations

6 April 2013 Natassia 0

Queue the Quipster is once again looking for your nominations!  Don’t be shy, nominate all the books you want and don’t forget to come back next week to vote. Nominations are open! You can nominate as many books as you want that are steampunk or science fiction, including dystopian novels. The […]

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Queue the Quipster: March Nominations

2 March 2013 Natassia 1

Queue the Quipster is  going strong with your suggestions and it’s that time again – time to nominate a new book for me to review! It’s up to you and anything in the featured genres are fair game. Don’t be shy, nominate all the books you want and don’t forget to […]

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The Steampunk Gazette by Major Tinker

25 February 2013 Natassia 0

A creatively informative compilation, The Steampunk Gazette is a go to guide for information on all things steampunk. The editor-in-chief, John Naylor aka Major Tinker, shares his unique view of steampunk. The Steampunk Gazette is more than just the expressions of one man as it encompasses various aspects of steampunk […]

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Power Under Pressure by Andrew P. Mayer

24 February 2013 Natassia 0

The Society of Steam trilogy concludes in Andrew P. Mayer’s Power Under Pressure. I dived right into reading directly after finishing Hearts of Smoke and Steam and was glad I did. Each plot twist was cleverly wrapped up in Power Under Pressure and as a whole, the trilogy stands as […]