The Immersion Book of Steampunk

The Immersion Book of Steampunk

Gareth D. Jones Carmelo Rafala G.D. Falksen Paul Di Filippo Elizabeth Counihan Tanith Lee Aliette de Bodard ChrisButler / May 28, 2020

The Immersion Book of Steampunk My Lords Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to the clockwork frontier You are cordially invited on a trip to reclaim those lost and forgotten steam driven futures Join the Immersion Book of Steampunk for

  • Title: The Immersion Book of Steampunk
  • Author: Gareth D. Jones Carmelo Rafala G.D. Falksen Paul Di Filippo Elizabeth Counihan Tanith Lee Aliette de Bodard ChrisButler
  • ISBN: 9780956392442
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • My Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Welcome to the clockwork frontier You are cordially invited on a trip to reclaim those lost and forgotten steam driven futures Join the Immersion Book of Steampunk for an expedition through a new age of glorious industry Encounter suffragette air pirates, the art deco terror of imperial skies, unwrap the bullet proof magic of a cynical pMy Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Welcome to the clockwork frontier You are cordially invited on a trip to reclaim those lost and forgotten steam driven futures Join the Immersion Book of Steampunk for an expedition through a new age of glorious industry Encounter suffragette air pirates, the art deco terror of imperial skies, unwrap the bullet proof magic of a cynical prince, or discover the dark ensorcelled secrets of evolutionary public engineering Newton and Nostradamus shape these worlds together, and that insistent ticking of a double escapement could signal the portal to a new life in Her Majesty s Off World Colonies or the countdown of an anarchist s time travelling bomb.

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    1. I've always tended to shy away from short story collections as on the rare occasions I have read them I have generally found them to be a mixed bag. This is no exception.Most of the tales have a genuinely steampunk feel to them - dirigibles, steam power, intricate metalwork and ingeneous contraptions. However, two or three are fillers and are straightforward SF/fantasy.Toby Frost was a highlight. I like Space Captain Smith and his story here did not disappoint. Follow That Cathedral was fun and [...]



    2. Сборка интересная, стимпанк обыгрывается с разных углов и в самом широком смысле. Однако же лучшее в этой антологии – это обложка. Рассказы оставили после себя скорее разочарование, словно в одной книге собрали не самые лучшие, кропотливо отобранные работы, а опусы всех, к [...]


    3. I love steampunk, but so rarely find one that will fit my magazine’s needs. So it was a pleasure to shuck off my editorial hat and just dive in and enjoy this collection of “everything steampunk could be.” Most of it went down well. It even contained a great story I’d had to reject as not quite right for A&A – I am so very glad that this tale by James Targett found a worthy home. “The Machines of the Nehphilim” is a great steampunk spy thriller – with aliens.But first in the [...]


    4. I love steampunk, but so rarely find one that will fit my magazine’s needs. So it was a pleasure to shuck off my editorial hat and just dive in and enjoy this collection of “everything steampunk could be.” Most of it went down well. It even contained a great story I’d had to reject as not quite right for A&A – I am so very glad that this tale by James Targett found a worthy home. “The Machines of the Nehphilim” is a great steampunk spy thriller – with aliens.But first in the [...]


    5. This book might have earned three stars because most of the stories were at least mildly intriguing. What gets in the way of my enjoyment is poor editing and/or proofreading. There are thirteen stories in this rather short collection; the following blatant examples should have been caught and corrected by a quick re-read:p.5) " that even the surfs that loaded the cargo."p.14) Title: The Machines of the Nehphilim (I thought it might be a creative-license thing, but it is spelled Nephilim througho [...]


    6. “Follow That Cathedral!” by Gareth Owens“The Machines of the Nehphilim” by James Targett“The Siege of Dr. Vikare Blisset” by Jacques Barcia“The Clockworks of Hanyang” by Gord Sellar“Cinema U” by G.D. Falksen“Kulterkampf” by Anatoly Belilovsky“Rogue Mail” by Toby Frost“Electrium” by Elizabeth Counihan“Leaves of Glass” by Lavie Tidhar“Memories in Bronze, Feathers, and Blood” by Aliette de Bodard“Empire of Glass” by Tanith Lee“Steam Horse” by Chris Bu [...]


    7. This was a book of two first for me! First time reading a novel collection and the first time reading steampunk. At first it was kind of difficult finding the rythm of the book (english is my second language), but after a while I got the hang of it :) Taking a small break (like making tea) between the stories helpt a lot.I liked this book. The stories are good and the front is just so damn pretty!



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