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    Summary ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Gene Armstrong Gene Armstrong ✓ 2 Summary Read & download Tails of a Clockwork World I picked this up at the RainFurrest that it had been composed for so I was interested in seeing what kinds of steampunk themed stories would be presented in the anthology Apparently I got one of the first books out

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    (Pdf Read) Tails of a Clockwork World Gene Armstrong ✓ 2 Summary Read & download Tails of a Clockwork World Holy wow these are on here??? ooI swear if my throw away name from my email account was used as the name of author for my entry in this year's anthology I'm going to throw a fitSeriously though picked this up last year for inspiration on my own entry I only had time to breeze through and couldn't really sink my teeth into any of the stories near as deep as I normally would I'm hoping to return to this before RF this y

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    (Pdf Read) Tails of a Clockwork World This was a fantastic anthology Short but action packed and riveting from start to finish All proceeds from this book go to the charity Rabbit Meadows and the authors do not make any money off of it So not only wa

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    Summary ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Gene Armstrong Gene Armstrong ✓ 2 Summary Read & download Tails of a Clockwork World I'm one of the authors so that it seems a conflict to rate this much However I did enjoy the hell out of a number of the other stories and was reasonably pleased with my admittedly short and rushed contributions

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Tails of a Clockwork World Read & download ´ 102 This anthology was created by the fans of Rainfurrest with a simple goal in mind To give something backProceeds from this book will go to the Rainfurrest charity in the hope of giving our furry friends a. I picked this up at the RainFurrest that it had been composed for so I was interested in seeing what kinds of steampunk themed stories would be presented in the anthology Apparently I got one of the first books out of the box and it was then that it was discovered that the printer had bungled the formatting for some of the book mostly unimportant stuff I still purchased my copy as the small errors didn t bother me at all and if you get it I am sure they won t bother you as wellThe stories in this collection are a nice mix of steampunk to a varying degree In some the steampunk is heavy in others it s of a general coating and nothing As this anthology is relatively thin I will be looking at the stories individually Wings by Cary Kawamoto was set up nicely The world that was presented was handled very well just enough details given that the reader is left wanting to know about the world An overall excellent hook if this was a longer work and one that is done with skill However the story plot itself is fairly uninteresting and has next to no climax to the story and at no point do we actually fear for the main character By the end this story felt as if it belonged in a longer piece and not cut as short as it was I was left looking at the book asking myself That s it when it ended One Night In Nocturnia by Mary E Lowd was one of the stories that actually wowed me in this collection The presentation of the story was complete and handed extremely well It s not your standard let s write a furry steampunk story and in fact feels at home with the Redwall series so if you enjoyed that series this story will be right up your alley The difference in worlds the believable character motives the beauty in how the landscape is presented all come together to weave a wonderful story Really enjoyable to readA Certain Point Of View by Hunter was a story that could have been handled better The overarching storyline about the travels of a ship searching for Cecilia s father would have been far better without the jumping between her story and that of the reporter Because the story is done as the reporter reading the lady s letter there is far too much back and forth between the two and the reporter s part of the story is left feeling tacked on and passed over The only interesting aspect was at the end of the story where we discover what the reporter has to do with said tale This however does nothing to detract from the shifts in POV that break up the action and mess with the pacing of the story Cecilia s story however is full of action that though at points far too mired in detail is interesting and keeps the story flowing Cecilia s story if full of interesting characters though a Wolverine as an Inuit type character left me scratching my head that come across as fairly interesting Still the world presented by Hunter was handled well in both parts of the story and oddly the reporter was the strongest and best written character in the entire story Today Is The Day I Destroy The Universe by John Kupierz was a story that surprised me For one a bovine character isn t something you see everyday Where the other stories dealt with steampunk technology this one was concerned with mad scientist science This was handled unbelievably well by Kupierz and I found myself immersed in the tale that was presented Beyond the story s technology being handled well the characters were believable and fun to read each with understandable and goals I could relate to The concept of Genius presented by Kupierz was a treat and I commend him for the way he handled itChance Encounters by Ryan HickeyI don t even know where to start with this story I actually wonder if this is the wrong version of this story put to print More so since Ryan Hickey was one half of the head editors for this anthology The story is a mess plain and simple Error ridden this piece feels as if no one ever gave it a look before it was tossed into the anthology Painful to read with sentences such as I know it s odd a Jaguar calling a city of Wolve s and Bears home but other than the occasional unpleasantness I have always felt uite at home But where are my mannors My name is Miss Amanda Dorex Ruffess Tudor I know I know the name is longer than my taie but when you come from one of the Old family s you re expected to tack on an extra name every generation or soThe story itself is also extremely generic when it comes to the steampunk genre which doesn t help mattersby that I mean strong female meets mysterious man in trouble Defeats the villain for him and thus is invited to join the man s group for a bit of adventure But not all is bad with this story The main character Amanda was handled well and was the height of a steampunk lady and the main villain was a perfect example of your stereotypical adventure antagonist Unfortunately with all the spelling grammar and format errors this story is easily the weakest of the anthology The Hunter And The Carnivorous Coniferous by Ryan Rufus Sirine was an alright story Nothing much happens in the story and that is the main problem with this story It covers a group of people as they travel yet nothing really happens There s not a lot of character development and the story reads akin to a synopsis of Oregon Trail But beyond that the story was okay Mind In A Bottle by Sorin was a good story with a neat ending that left me feeling a bit story for the main character Though short the overall story is handled well and was over almost too uickly Still it was a wonderful readThe Artificer s Apprentice by Ryan Rufus Sirine was another of the highlights of this anthology Though the overall plot is easy to figure out about half way through the story the story is strong and well written The main character s choices are believable and easy to relate to You understand why he makes the choices he makes and without giving too much away the events that occur around him are handled in such a way that they are just amazingly creepy By the end the sentence involving his laugh is not even really needed as you realize the scope of what he has done I really enjoyed this storyOverall this anthology was a good read Though only a couple of the stories wowed me the rest seemed fairly average This is not to say this book was bad because it wasn t well except stated in my individual comments It s a good book to sit down and read on your balcony on a lazy Sunday afternoon when you want a slice of something steampunk in your day The proceeds go to a good cause and I do recommend that anyone interested in picking up an attractively priced anthology grab this collection She Made a Monster: How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein errors didn t bother me at all and if you get it I am sure they won t bother you as wellThe stories in this collection are a nice mix of steampunk to a varying degree In some the steampunk is heavy in others it s of a general coating and nothing As this anthology is relatively thin I will be looking at the stories 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Tails of a Clockwork World Read & download ´ 102 Ryan Hickey Ryan Rufus Sirine and Sorin and illustrations by Rhari RoheinFox Temrin and Rachel Fujii with cover art by RhariVisit wwwrabbitmeadowsorg to learn about the charity supported by this antholo. This was a fantastic anthology Short but action packed and riveting from start to finish All proceeds from this book go to the charity Rabbit Meadows and the authors do not make any money off of it So not only was it a great book but it goes to a good cause as well Steampunk is the theme of the book and I was impressed by how well the authors were able to make use of this theme in crafting their stories Each tale made excellent use of the theme to create uniue and varied settings Each had a different take this idea and each story was very well done With short stories you have to be careful not to pack so much information in that you lose the point So getting right down to business is essential and each author accomplished that perfectlyThis was an amazing anthology and I cannot recommend it enough Wonderfully doneAvailable for purchase from furplanet

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