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Review: Steel Dominance by Cari Silverwood

| 23. Juni 2013

Alas, the final review for the Steamwork Chronicles, Steel Dominance is the final installment of the mini-series. So many loose threads, such a world to explore… The world building really picks up a notch with this novel and Steamwork Chronicle’s Earth becomes much more real since we learn a lot about its history and political […]

I have been silverwooded again

| 28. März 2013

I can imagine far worse things, since this one is not too bad at all. What I am talking about? This: I have made it on the sleeve of the print edition of Cari Silverwood’s second part of the Steamworks Chronicles, Lust Plague.

The Non-Euclidean Æthercast Vol. 4: Augsburg Zombie Plug

| 23. Juli 2012

Be warned! Parts of this Æthercast are not safe for work and also not for the faint of heart, but it begins with a visit to a historic industrial site and some soothing if rather strange music. And these are these are the photos I was talking about in the podcast (at least some of […]

A review with unexpected results

| 17. Juli 2012

As you may be aware of if you read the previous article, the review of Lust Plague, I have also reviewed Cari Silverwoods first forray into Steampunk, Iron Dominance. Iron Dominance will soon be available in print. Cari was kind enough to forward the cover to me. Why? Well, take a close look:   Yes, […]

NSFW Review: Lust Plague by Cari Silverwood

| 15. Juli 2012

I have to start this review with a correction: I announced in a recent podcast I would review Cari Silverwood’s Lust Plague and also said that it had nothing to do with Steampunk. I was wrong. I judged prematurely from my previous reading of Iron Dominance. Lust Plague is Steampunk, the elements are not just […]

Review: Cari Silverwood – Iron Dominance

| 8. März 2012

I first came across Iron Dominance on a Twitter channel I am following. I had not heard of Cari Silverwood before, so I proceeded to look her up on the ætherweb. What I found explained why I had not heard of her: Ms. Silverwood specializes in erotic fiction, a genre I tend not to read […]