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    If you're a hockey fan, this steampunk is a gem!

    This is an incredible book that has an original place in the steampunk genre. There is just a bit of a wry smile that comes when you realize some of the steam engines that are alive are a bit punk like so there is a steam punk aspect to them. The author cannot be lauded enough for the first-rate job of accurately portraying hockey in the late 19th century. That game was barely the bones of the game currently being played but its character gives a lot of opportunity for artistic and author license. The intense violence of the game, the marauding fans, the backers who will lie/cheat/steal for a win. This type of hockey makes the movie Slapshot look like a tea party. The character Maddie is a brilliant creation and is given a storyline that is as rich in drama and conflict as it is in romance and family responsibility. Very readable, this book keeps a reader on edge. I actually dreamed about the book over and over just last night before I finished it today. This book will stick with a reader. Excellent for fans of the steampunk genre, good for fans of robotics, sci fi, hockey and accurate historical fiction. My Rating: 5 stars

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