- Paperback: 330 pages
- Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub (17 November 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1449542549
- ISBN-13: 978-1449542542
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
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Chenda and the Airship Brofman Paperback – Import, 17 Nov 2009
About the Author
Former Host of Georgia Public Radio's "Georgia Gazette" Emilie P. Bush has traded in writing the news for writing Steampunk. Her debut novel, Chenda and the Airship Brofman, sends Chenda and her companions up in the air, across a desert, through a mountain and under the sea in a thrilling adventure. The Gospel According to Verdu - the second book in the Brofman series picks up where Chenda leaves off. Emilie P. Bush's most popular work to date is Her Majesty's Explorer: a Steampunk bedtime story. This delightful children's book is the world's first Steampunk bedtime story. Visit Emilie P. Bush's website at CoalCitySteam.com, where many great Steampunk links and adventures live. Follow her on Twitter @CoalCitySteam and at Facebook.
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This also does follow one steampunk hallmark that too many authors have avoided for some reason: airships and thier crews, the clothing that both crew and passengers wld need... yes, I'm a stickler for details.
Then, 2/3s way through, it adds a new element, magic. A wonderful surprise if only in the way it was woven in and even explained earlier mysteries in the storyline.
With out ruining the tale, it is a wonderful story and brilliantly writen. A heluva ride from start to finish. Highly recomended!
As any great book this one was very hard to put down at night. Yes, I had a few bad mornings after reading just a few more pages. She wrote about people who you could believe to be real, who you wanted to believe in, who you want to learn more about. The story in enjoyable, with some technical talk that I could believe in and understand, yet put it "not here/now". It is not a romance, yet has some. It is not a thriller, yet has it's moments. It is not a travel log but talks of another place. I guess the best way to put it is... I liked the end, it felt "right" but I want more.