Book Review: Poison or Protect by Gail Carriger

Title: Poison or Protect Author:  Gail Carriger Publisher: GAIL CARRIGER, LLC Publication Date:  June 21, 2016 Genres: Steampunk Shelves: Female-fronted, Female-dominant I am a newcomer to Gail Carriger's Parasolverse but, based on the strength of Poison or Protect (the first Delightfully Deadly novella), it is somewhere I intend to spend a great deal of time in the future. This... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Mistress Of The Air by S. Nano

Title: Mistress Of The Air Author: S. Nano Publisher: Excessica Publication Date: April 21st, 2017 Genres: Steampunk, Erotica Shelves: Female-dominant, Female-fronted Femdom erotica, steampunk adventure, and pulp humor. Most people will tell you the three shouldn't go together. They might even argue that they shouldn't even be in the same sentence, much less the same book. They're wrong. The latter two work together... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Stone Mad by Elizabeth Bear

Title:  Stone Mad Author:  Elizabeth Bear Publisher: Tor.com Publication Date: March 20, 2018 Genres: Steampunk Shelves: Female-fronted A little over three years since we last saw them in Karen Memory, one of my favorite steampunk reads, Karen and Priya make their long-awaited return in Stone Mad by Elizabeth Bear. Although there are still some steampunk elements to this -... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Gentleman Devil by Kara Jorgensen

Title: The Gentleman Devil Author: Kara Jorgensen Publisher: Fox Collie Publishing; 1 edition Publication Date: March 18, 2014 Genres: Steampunk Shelves: Female-fronted The first book of The Ingenious Mechanical Devices, The Earl of Brass, was a surprisingly solid, well-written, and enjoyable read. With it, Kara Jorgensen successfully launched a Victorian science fiction adventure that really delivered on its premise, with... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Earl of Brass by Kara Jorgensen

Title: The Earl of Brass Author: Kara Jorgensen Publisher: Fox Collie Publishing; 1 edition Publication Date: June 18, 2014 Genres: Steampunk Shelves: Female-fronted Surprisingly solid, well-written, and thoroughly enjoyable, The Earl of Brass is as smooth and polished as anything you're likely to find on the mass market shelves. Kara Jorgensen has crafted a Victorian science fiction adventure that really... Continue Reading →

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