London Steampunk series

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My Lady Quicksilver

Somehow, I read Of Silk and Steam, the final book in Bec McMaster’s fabulous London Steampunk series first, then moved onto the Blue Blood Conspiracy series, so thanks to the TBR Challenge, I’ve been slowly catching up with the books I missed.  My Lady Quicksilver is book three and is ...

B+
Of Silk and Steam

For some reason I can no longer remember, I picked up Of Silk and Steam, the fifth book in Bec McMaster's London Steampunk series before reading the previous four (and didn't get around to posting a review here!), but fortunately enjoyed it sufficiently to want to go back and read those and then to ...

B+
Heart of Iron

Bec McMaster has created a detailed and original world for her London Steampunk series, a steam-powered but recognisable version of Victorian London that is populated by humans, mechanoids and blue bloods and ruled over by the Echelon.  When I reviewed the first book, Kiss of Steel, I gave a bri ...

B+
Kiss of Steel

Kiss of Steel is Bec McMaster’s début novel and the first in her London Steampunk series.  Rather like Kristen Callihan’s Darkest London novels, the books in this series are set in a recognisable Victorian London, which enables the author to get right into the story without the need for extens ...

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Of Silk and Steam

I adore steampunk. The combination of historicals and paranormal elements and Jules Verne-esque science fiction is just so much fun. I’ve read a couple of Bec McMaster books before and really enjoyed the setting and the characters, and was hoping for another homerun with this one. Sadly, I was dis ...