Tag Archives: steampunk

Review: “Prudence” by Gail Carriger

Prudence Gail Carriger ★★★½ Orbit, 2015. What if Jeeves and Wooster were a pair of giggling ladies of quality, one of whom could become a vampire or werewolf by touch? That’s what you get with Gail Carriger’s latest steampunk fancy, … Continue reading

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Review: “The Clockwork Crown” by Beth Cato

The Clockwork Crown Beth Cato ★★★★ Harper Voyager, 2015. Disclosure: When I reviewed Beth Cato’s debut The Clockwork Dagger last year, I had not met her. Since then I’ve profiled her for the local newspaper, shared tacos and beer with … Continue reading

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Review: “The Deepest Poison” by Beth Cato

The Deepest Poison Beth Cato ★★★★ Harper Voyager, 2015. There’s not too much longer to wait for The Clockwork Crown, which hits stores on June 9, the sequel to Beth Cato’s wonderful steampunk fantasy The Clockwork Dagger, but she’s still … Continue reading

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Champagne, Custard and Comedy: A Conversation with Gail Carriger

On Tuesday, Gail Carriger’s latest novel, Prudence, hits stores, returning the New York Times-bestselling author to the airship-driven world of her breakthrough steampunk series, the”Parasol Protectorate”. Prudence, however is part of the new “Custard Protocol” duology and follows the adventures of Lady … Continue reading

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Review: “The Diabolical Miss Hyde” by Viola Carr

The Diabolical Miss Hyde Viola Carr ★★★½ Harper Voyager, 2015. I didn’t have high expectations. Gender-swapped Jekyll and Hyde, I get it. Probably all repressed when she’s Jekyll and lascivious when she’s Hyde. Yawn. And the paranormal romance cover screams, “Why … Continue reading

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