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ISBN13: 9780765329462
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Tim Lewis, March 3, 2013 (view all comments by Tim Lewis)
My recommendation for Ganymede is that you at least read Boneshaker first, if not Boneshaker and Dreadnought. Ganymede creates some depth to characters from those previous novels, but that background will probably be helpful. The character development is very well executed for the main characters, even compared to the previous books, which is good because this book is more of a romance than the more action-packed predecessors. While thin on plot compared to its predecessors, Ganymede narrows the focus on a couple of the characters in the Clockwork Century series while bringing back some familiar faces in the periphery.
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bookwoman51, October 27, 2011 (view all comments by bookwoman51)
Ganymede gets a 5 and I am quickly becoming a steampunk fan, thanks to Cherie Priest. I loved Boneshaker and liked this at least as much. After all, what's not to like about sky pirates, submersible war machines. New Orleans, geniuses in training and sap money. And that's leaving out the Civil War battles, zombis (in the south) and rotters (in the territories), the Garden House Boarding House, and those left behind in Seattle. Cherie Priest can WRITE and I hope she keeps at this Clockwork Century series. It is something everybody ought to try at least once. My bookclub took on Boneshaker and was very glad that we did.
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Priest, Cherie
Tor Books
Fantasy - General
Science Fiction and Fantasy-Fantasy
Science Fiction and Fantasy-Fantasy-Historical
Alternative History
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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "The smashing third volume in Priest's Clockwork Century steampunk alternate-history Civil War series (after 2010's Dreadnought) stars Josephine Early, New Orleans brothel owner and Union spy, who must deliver Ganymede, a prototype submarine, to the North. There are only a few problems: no one has ever successfully piloted the craft, and the Texian and Confederate armies are actively searching for it. Josephine's former lover, Andan Cly, agrees to help while completing his primary mission of retrieving supplies for blighted Seattle, where noxious gas forces residents to live underground and zombies remain a constant peril. Priest is at the top of her game, equally deft with pirate battles and mature romance: Cly is tentatively connecting with earlier protagonist Briar Wilkes, sheriff of Seattle, making him elegantly cautious around Josephine as they both try to focus on their mission. Clockwork Century fans will dub this installment the best yet." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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