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Seventeen all-new stories illuminate the steampunk world of fog and fear!
Modern masters of the supernatural weave their magic to revitalize the chilling Victorian and Edwardian ghostly tale: here are haunted houses, arcane inventions, spirits reaching across the centuries, ghosts in the machine, fateful revelations, gaslit streets scarcely keeping the dark at bay, and other twisted variations on the immortal classics that frighten us still.
I just received this book a couple of nights ago, and I am delighted. This book contains a collections of extremely well-written, thoughtful, elegant ,and truly original short... Read morePublished 2 months ago by PearlGirl
This collection of seventeen Steampunk ghost stories, one has mummies, is outstanding. The authors are representative of some of the best speculative fiction authors of our modern... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cornelia Amiri and Maeve Alpin
I don't know if I just wasn't in the mood or if I just hated the writing styles but I couldn't get more than half way into the second story. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rachael
I love the old Victorian era ghost stories so, decided Steampunk might be for me. I could not have chosen a better place to start. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lilith Amok
Lovers of the classic Victorian/Edwardian ghost story will find much to like in Ghosts by Gaslight, a generally excellent collection featuring names like Margo... Read more
I confess I really don't know how to rate this book. On the one hand it was very good. On the other it was a complete disappointment. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by mjgriffor
It was a creative new world that allowed the reader's imagination to fully unfold. Not much to say other than this book was great!Published on May 1, 2012 by elena
This book is NOT Steampunk, despite the claims on the cover. Steampunk requires a strong technological element circa the industrial revolution - it is a subgenre of historical... Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by John Eppstein