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Twelve by Jasper Kent - a review
In Twelve, author Jasper Kent paints a dark supernatural thriller against the backdrop of Napoleon's invasion of Russia.
The Greyfriar by Clay & Susan Griffith
In 1870, a plague swept most of northern Europe, leaving vampires in its wake. In a matter of years, the great cities are in the control of the competing vampire clans. By the year 2020, humans have rebuilt society in a steampunk vein and are eager to reclaim Europe.
The Horns of Ruin by Tim Akers - a review
In a magic-infused steampunk world, Eva Forge is the last paladin of the dead god Morgan, the once god of battle and guardian of the Fraterdom. As the Cult of Morgan is dying out, Eva unravels a conspiracy in the foundation of her society.
Wintersmith by Terry Pratchett - a review
In the third Tiffany Aching book, the young witch in training stumbles into an ancient dance of the seasons and must find a way to get herself back out before her village is destroyed by the Wintersmith.
The Office of Shadow by Matthew Sturges
In a follow-up to Midwinter, Lord Silverdun finds himself in the service of Queen Titania again. As a member of the Office of Shadow, he is one of the Seelie Kingdom's secret spies, using magic and espionage to keep the people safe from the Unseelie Kingdom.
Ghosts in Manhattan by George Mann - a review
A mix of superheroes and steampunk set in 1920's Manhattan
POD by Stephen Wallenfels - a review
POD follows the different stories of two teenagers during an alien apocalypse.
The Prince of Storms by Kay Kenyon - a review
In the final book of The Entire and the Rose series, Titus Quinn must secure the future of two universes.
Aurora Rising by Toni Seger - a review
A half-machine, considered an abomination by many, becomes the leader of a machine-loving sect on a anti-machine planet.
Secret Speakers by K.S.R. Kingworth - a review
After living the last nine years of her thirteen-year-old life hiding in the cellar with only her dog for company, Fair is finally leaving the darkness and isolation to join the hoomin of Cloven Grave as an adult.
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