Dawn of Steam: First Light, by Jeffrey Cook with Sarah Symonds



Written in a formal, calmly-paced manner, Dawn of Steam is one of the more interesting Steampunk novels I’ve read. It reads in a traditional English way and all of the information contained within the letters is relevant. There is just enough action and character development (without going overboard) that is sure to catch readers’ attention. Dawn of Steam is told through journals and letters, to and from various people, but doesn’t get confusing. Who knew a tale of exploring the Americas could be highlighted in such a way?

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