“The Affinity Bridge” by George Mann

First things first: Louisette’s fart face (babies tend to smile when they have wind, and don’t learn to smile for pleasure for about six weeks).

And now, your weekly book review:

It’s clear Mann likes Sherlock Holmes, and has imitated Conan Doyle’s work – with certain deliberate differences.

This review has been moved to Comfy Chair, where I get paid for it.

This is the last steampunk book review I have prepped. I haven’t forgotten that I promised a map of the literary steampunk scene. It will have links back to a number of steampunk reviews, hence me posting them now rather than later. It won’t happen overnight, but it will happen.


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

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