Steampunk reviews

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Unfortunately Linktools is not free any more. Below is the list of reviews so far that I exported to post here directly. Please, for future links to reviews, just use the comments below, mention the book you reviewed and link us up to it in the comment. Thank you! 

Do NOT use the Link Tool  anymore, as it won’t work. 

 55 entries so far… you’re next!


  1. Books N Stuff: The Affinity Bridge by George Mann
  2. Maria B. s review of Cherie Priests "Boneshaker"
  3. Maria B. s Review of "Thomas Riley" by Nick Valetino
  4. starmetal oak: Cold Magic by Kate Elliott
  5. Maria B. : Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
  6. Jack: review of Connecticut Yankee by Mark Twain
  7. Anna Marie: review of The Women of Nell Gwynne s
  8. A Girl Reads review of "Girl Genius, Vol 1"
  9. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
  10. Jack: review of Robur the Conqueror by Jules Verne
  11. The Book Stop: Ship Breaker by Paulo Bacigalupi
  12. Anna Marie: Review of Steamypunks #1-5 (adult)
  13. Carin (A Little Bookish) – Leviathan
  14. Sarah: Steampunk, ed. by Ann & Jeff Vandermeer
  15. Leviathan and Behemoth, by Scott Westerfeld
  16. A(nother)review: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
  17. Leeswammes: Soulless by Gail Carriger
  18. The Vesuvius Club by Mark Gatiss (Birdie)
  19. Maria B. : Review of Worldshaker by Richard Harland
  20. Sarah: Leviathan, Scott Westerfeld
  21. December: The Court of the Air by Stephen Hunt
  22. Mad Scientist Reviews Stardust by Neil Gaiman
  23. Azure Dwarf’s Take on the Half-Made World
  24. Some more – Soulless by Gail Carriger
  25. Maria B. : Review of Airborn by Kenneth Oppel
  26. Rikki: Soulless by Gail Carriger
  27. 2 for 1- Changeless and Blameless by Gail Carriger
  28. Soulless by Gail Carriger @ To Read or Not To Read
  1. The Book Stop: Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld
  2. Jack: review of War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells
  3. Jack: Edison’s Conquest of Mars by G. P. Serviss
  4. The Sleepless Reader: Leviathan & Behemoth
  5. PlanetPooks review: Glass Books of the Dream Eater
  6. Leeswammes: Mortal Engine by Philip Reeve
  7. Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
  8. follow links: Soulless, Changeless, Blameless
  9. The Steamside Chronicles by Ciar Cullen
  10. Boneshaker by Cherie Priest
  11. Boneshaker and Dreadnought, by Cherie Priest
  12. {SeMi}CrAzEd: "Changeless" by Gail Carriger
  13. eclectic/eccentric (Soulless)
  14. eclectic/eccentric (Changeless)
  15. Clockwork Angel By Cassandra Clare
  16. Soulless by Gail Carriger (Birdie)
  17. The Book Stop: Boneshaker by Cherie Priest
  18. eclectic/eccentric (Leviathan)
  19. eclectic/eccentric (Behemoth)
  20. Charlie @ BB Books-Soulless by Gail Carriger
  21. eclectic/eccentric (Blameless)
  22. Scourage by David H. Burton @ 2 Read or Not 2 Read
  23. Ashley: Review of Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
  24. Beth F (Leviathan)
  25. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
  26. The Native Star by M. K. Hobson (Christina reads!)
  27. The Mysterious Lady Law-Bitsy Bling Books
  28. You are next…
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Reviews I found browsing around the net…

Alpha Heroes: The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook 

 

33 Comments

  1. Sorry, spademonkee, I had to remove your link to your blog article from the link list. It is not a review of a steampunk book, so does not really fit in this list.

  2. What’s the deal on repeats? I’m reading Clockwork Angel and I noticed there’s already a review. Can I review it again? Should I keep my reviews to myself until I can come up with something more original?

    • Go ahead and post your link, Michelle. It doesn’t matter how many reviews there are of one specific book. In fact I always like to look at more than one review of a book and I’m sure I am not the only one.

  3. Thanks to Shellie at Layers of Thought for linking to this blog. http://www.layersofthought.net

    BTW I would like to include your header for this post on my site’s rolling feature of Cool Headers. If that is acceptable please email me. I won’t use it without permission. Shellie’s October Header was the first in the series.

    Nice blog, keep up the good work.

  4. I just posted one link to my reviews of Carriger’s Soulless, Changeless and Blameless. People can click back and forth between them. I didn’t want to post three different links. Also, these predate that challenge. I just stuck them up there in case anybody wants to read them. Thanks!

  5. Voltaire’s Calligrapher ~ by Pablo De Santis
    http://www.layersofthought.net/2010/11/review-by-jd-voltaires-calligrapher-by.html

    “Sun of Suns”: From Virga: Cities of the Air ~ by Karl Schroeder
    http://www.layersofthought.net/2010/12/review-and-international-giveaway-virga.html

    Hawkmoon: The Sword of the Dawn ~ by Michael Moorcock
    http://www.layersofthought.net/2010/11/review-by-jd-hawkmoon-sword-of-dawn-by.html

    The Half-Made World ~ by Felix Gilman
    http://www.layersofthought.net/2010/10/preview-and-giveaway-half-made-world-by.html

    These review have been done by John @ Layers of Thought all in 2010

    Mr Linky link ups are dying everywhere…. Thank Rikki
    Shellie – Layers of Thought’s last post ..Review- The Oracle of Stamboul a novel by Michael David Lukas

  6. I am so glad I stumbled on this great challenge, I know I am a late starter but I thought I would add the link to a recent post on Tim Powers The Anubis Gates and count that as my first offical steampunk read: http://garlicandsapphires-sarah.blogspot.com/2011/06/no-man-can-step-into-same-river-twice.html
    I am now seeking out a couple of other titles after reading some of the reviews, seeking out Mark Gatiss The Vesuvius Club just for starters.
    Thank you Rikki!
    A reader (Sarah)’s last post ..Wide Sargasso Sea, a novel that embodies the full range of post modern themes.

  7. The line between steampunk and period Victorian is extremely narrow, and often the two are indistinguishable. They are separated only by steampunk’s status as science fiction, albeit heavily inspired by the historical fact of the Victorian period. This is generally accomplished in one of two ways. The “proto-steampunk” stories of the 19th century can be seen as a parallel to our own science fiction; that is, a view of the future from the present. STEAMPUNK RULES!

    • Thank you, Alex. Yes, Mr. Linky is dead. When I turned into a payable service I decided to discontinue using it. Comments are fine.

  8. Hi Rikki and friends!
    I was late to join the challenge… and just posted a review of the ONE steampunk novel I read during the challenge period. So sorry I didn’t read more, but at least I DID read this one and a novella that I really liked, too. Even though this challenge is coming to a close, I’m still going to challenge myself to read more steampunk in the coming months!

    I read and reviewed The Greyfriar by Clay and Susan Griffith and LOVED it.

    The novella I read was “Here There Be Monsters” by Meljean Brook, which is a prequel to her Iron Seas steampunk romance series. I’ll be reading that for sure.

    Thanks for the challenge, Rikki! :)

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