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Corsets and Cogs: A Steampunk Fiction Collection

Welcome to the world as it never was…

Enter landscapes awash in steam-powered machinery, Victorian style, and mysterious magic shrouded in the fog of a city night.

Join 25 New York Times, USA Today, and bestselling speculative fiction authors as they dive into alternate universes of tinkers, mad scientists, and space-faring soldiers, as well as leviathans, vampires, and demons—along with the cloaked lords and corseted ladies haunting pages of these alternative histories.

This limited-time anthology features tales of whimsy and wonder rife with gaslamp masquerades, steam-driven dirigibles, clockwork landscapes, gadgets and gears, and more.

Perfect for lovers of Penny Dreadful, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Sherlock Holmes!

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2 Responses to " Corsets and Cogs: A Steampunk Fiction Collection "

  1. Buster says:
    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Waste of time, 2 April 2018
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    Buster (London) –

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    This review is from: Corsets and Cogs: A Steampunk Fiction Collection (Kindle Edition)
    Complete waste of money. An anthology of short, short stories that are not much more than vignettes. No substance.
  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    but it turns out they have a background story that is both terrible and sad, 5 April 2018
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    This review is from: Corsets and Cogs: A Steampunk Fiction Collection (Kindle Edition)
    So far I’ve read Rebekah Ganiere’s The Lady Fugitive and I have to tell you WOW, just WOW, the story grabbed me in the first chapter. The world building in this story is exciting and so different from any steampunk story I’ve read. The characters are really strong and I swore the heroine was in trouble when we first meet the “man”, but it turns out they have a background story that is both terrible and sad. We learn what has occurred, and even though she once loved him, why she wants him out of her life. He’s no intentions of leaving her alone and tries to force himself back into her life. But she’s a wily one and not only gets away from him but escapes with a stolen item. She desperately needs the object, but fear from those that don’t understand can mean her death. It may not sound like it, but this story turns out to be a glorious love story; if we only she’d forgive herself. You may think I’ve given you spoilers, but I’ve barely skimmed the surface of this fascinating book. If I’m not mistaken this is the first steampunk book by this author and whether it is or not, she hit this one out of the ball park. I truly hope this will be a series and that another book is being put to paper (or computer) as you read this.

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