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Praise for The Society of Steam:
"Written with the sort of breathless, excited narration you'd expect from a Victorian adventure novel. . . . A damn fun read."
"The Falling Machine is quite simply the coolest steampunk superhero book I've ever read. . . . Imagine if Gangs of New York had been directed by Jules Verne, instead of Martin Scorsese, [and] you're probably not too far off."
- Portland Book Review
"If Stan Lee had lived in the 1880s, this is the book he would have written-steampunk superheroes."
- Clay and Susan Griffith, authors of the Vampire Empire trilogy
"After the breathless beginning, the book keeps moving fast and furious, and it delivers. . . . Highly recommended for any steampunk lover."
- Fantasy Book Critic
Andrew Mayer currently lives high atop Potrero Hill in San Francisco, California. He often stares out across the city and wonders just how it is that no matter how far he goes he always ends up back here.
When he isn't dreaming up new worlds of his own, he works as a Digital Media Strategist, helping people to create and recreate their own interactive realities.
I have enjoyed all three of the books in this series. They have interesting characters which includes a very resourceful young woman, fine evil villains, gallant young men, clever... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
The story had a nice, clean resolution but also set the stones for more come. This book ended the first story arc very well. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tyler
I enjoyed reading the Society of Steam series. If you enjoy superhero adventures, I recommend the Society of Steam books.Published on March 3, 2013 by Joel J. Huizinga