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The Steampunk MEGAPACK: 26 Modern and Classic Steampunk Stories
     

The Steampunk MEGAPACK: 26 Modern and Classic Steampunk Stories

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by Jay Lake, G. D. Falksen, Brian Stableford, H. P. Lovecraft, Arthur O. Friel
 
The Steampunk Megapack collects 26 tales of high adventure through Victorian and Edwardian eras--past, present, and future! Included are:

MIDNIGHT AT VALDOSTA'S, by Jay Lake
THE CASE OF THE PECULIAR SAFECRACKER, by G. D. Falksen
THE ACQUISITION OF MANDRAKES AND ASSISTANTS, by Jillian Venters
THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS, by H. P. Lovecraft
THE BRASS

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The Steampunk Megapack collects 26 tales of high adventure through Victorian and Edwardian eras--past, present, and future! Included are:

MIDNIGHT AT VALDOSTA'S, by Jay Lake
THE CASE OF THE PECULIAR SAFECRACKER, by G. D. Falksen
THE ACQUISITION OF MANDRAKES AND ASSISTANTS, by Jillian Venters
THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS, by H. P. Lovecraft
THE BRASS GOGGLE FACTORY WORKER, by John Leavitt
THE PATH OF PROGRESS, by Brian Stableford
THE TAILED MEN, by Arthur O. Friel
THE IMPOSSIBLE MISTER LAPIN INVESTIGATES: THE AFFAIR OF THE TERRIBLE BOAR, by Peter Wordworth
THE WAR EFFORT, by Austin H. Williams
HERBERT WEST: REANIMATOR, by H. P. Lovecraft
A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT, by Mark Twain
THE TRUMPETER, by Arthur O. Friel
THE MACHINE STOPS by E. M. Forster
THE UNPARALLELED ADVENTURES OF ONE HANS PFAAL, by Edgar Allan Poe
THE LOST WORLD, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
THE GATEWAY OF THE MONSTER, by William Hope Hodgson
A PRINCESS OF MARS, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
THE MID-WATCH TRAGEDY, by Vincent Starrett
MUSTERED OUT, by H. Bedford-Jones
PAYABLE TO BEARER, by Talbot Mundy
THE DEVIL’S HEIRLOOM by Anthony M. Rud
DOCTOR OX'S EXPERIMENT, by Jules Verne
THE TRIAL FOR MURDER, by Charles Dickens
ANGEL OF THE REVOLUTION, by George Griffith
THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY, by G. K. Chesterton
THE HORROR OF THE HEIGHTS, by Arthur Conan Doyle

And don't forget to search this ebook store for "Megapack" to see other volumes in the series, from science fiction to ghost stories to mysteries...and many more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434447432
Publisher:
Wildside Press
Publication date:
05/15/2016
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
1663
Sales rank:
99,435
File size:
3 MB

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The Steampunk Megapack: 26 Modern and Classic Steampunk Stories 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a steampunk rp. You are a citizen of the city called Ebonsburg. It is a steampunk city. There are three sections of Ebonsburg. The first is the upper class, the second is middle class, and the third is underground for the low class, or the poor people. Each section is divided by big walls, except for the low class, becse it is already seperated from the othe sections by being underground. You get to choose which class you live, but keep it even. If there are already a bunch of upper class players, be something other than that. Same goes with the other classes. <br> The city is huge, and the main materiel they use to build Ebonsburg is brass and other metals like that. The electricity is run by obviously, cogs and steampunk stuff. The water is obstracted from underground and filtered, using pipes. The used water goes back underground.<br><br>Rules<br>This is not a supernatural rp where you have powers or are some magical being. You can play as a steampunk robot or an animal or something, just as long as it isn't something crazy like a vampire or elf with wings that can spit fire. That's a no. <br>The last rule is No godmodding or bullying of any kind. We want to keep it a friendly place.<br><br>Map<br>Res one - Rules and Map - You are here<br>Res two - bios<br>Res three - The rp is here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Columbia was the first city to be raised, named after Christopher Columbus, who served as great inspiration to the surviving people. <p> Using new-found technologies, they raised pure chunks of dirt and stone into the sky and levitated them, drawing from the Earth's core for power. <p> From those floating islands, they constructed a massive city. It took thirty years to complete, but they finally finished the masterpiece. <p> People began live normally again, despite being several hndred thousand feet in the air. They became used to the great cloids that would roll through, as well as the random animals that roamed the reconstructed forests, slowly adapting to the higher climate. <p> Columbia became the centre for learning and fashion, as well as food. When Columbia began to grow too small for the enlarging population, they were forced to move again...
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