“Airborn” by Kenneth Oppel

“Goliath” is still en route to bookshops (maybe this week. . .) so here’s another steampunk review to keep you going:


Definitely dieselpunk rather than steampunk, but still the first book I’ve found with a hot air balloon (which is reeled in by the crew of a zeppelin in the first scene).

The rest of this review has been moved to Comfy Chair, where I get paid for it.


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  1. Pingback: Beginner’s Guide to Steampunk Lit « Louise Curtis

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