A Steampunk Romance
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (9.75 hours)
Product Number: Z01843
Released: Sep 01, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461833635
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Award-winning author Katie MacAlister has published dozens of acclaimed novels. When Captain Octavia Pye discovers people not wearing proper 19th-century fashions aboard her Victorian airship, she wonders if they're pirates. The reality is-they're actually from an alternate universe. "MacAlister hits it out of the park with this highly entertaining steampunk fantasy."-Booklist, starred review


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Product Number:Z01843
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Author(s): Katie MacAlister
Genre: Romance, Fantasy
Product Number CL509
Released: May 26, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449834739

Professional reviews

"During a lab accident caused by his sister, Dr. Jack Fletcher is blown into an alternate universe--a steampunk universe in which he lands aboard a steam-powered airship commanded by the beautiful Captain Octavia Pye. The zany combination of science fiction, bawdy humor, and steamy romance is told partly by Jack, narrated by Jonathan Davis, and partly by Octavia, narrated by Bianca Amato. While the story is like a raunchy cartoon, one thing is perfectly clear: Amato and Davis are gifted narrators whom listeners will want to seek out. Both narrators play their parts to the fullest, employing fabulous character voices that will make listeners laugh out loud, even as they roll their eyes at some of the crudeness. M.M.G. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"