by Cherie Priest
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Tanglefoot by Cherie Priest

Stonewall Jackson survived Chancellorsville. England broke the Union’s naval blockade, and formally recognized the Confederate States of America. Atlanta never burned.

It is 1880. The American Civil War has raged for nearly two decades, driving technology in strange and terrible directions. Combat dirigibles skulk across the sky and armored vehicles crawl along the land. Military scientists twist the laws of man and nature, and barter their souls for weapons powered by light, fire, and steam.

But life struggles forward for soldiers and ordinary citizens. The fractured nation is dotted with stricken towns and epic scenes of devastation–some manmade, and some more mysterious. In the western territories cities are swallowed by gas and walled away to rot while the frontiers are strip-mined for resources. On the borders between North and South, spies scour and scheme, and smugglers build economies more stable than their governments.

This is the Clockwork Century.

It is dark here, and different.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013878099
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Publication date: 12/16/2011
Series: Clockwork Century Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 486,926
File size: 700 KB

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Tanglefoot 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Skylinesend More than 1 year ago
A novella that takes place in the middle of the book Clementine. Short but well told, and I enjoyed the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very short story but it is also only 99 cents so it is worth it. The author is very good at creating a scene and setting up a dialog that holds your attention. Its a short eerie well written story and im glad i spent the dollar.
Cozmock More than 1 year ago
Very short and not worth the money. The backround implied a longer story but had almost nothing to do with the actual book. Good for the five minutes you get, but dissapointing.
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