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Steampunk Novels

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Post by Eigon » Thu May 26th, 2011, 6:28 pm

I think In Harm's Way by Colin Greenland would count as steampunk. An orphan girl brought up in the slums around the spacedock goes in search of her real identity, with a special caste of starship pilots - and I'm sure I remember a wooden space ship!
"There were no full time Vikings back then. Everybody had another job."
Neil Gaiman, from Odd and the Frost Giants.

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