Steam Queen (2020)

Steam Queen Jack Hessey Steam Queen Europe is a dangerous virtually lawless place Armed bandits prowl the railway lines in their armed Steam Locomotives looking for easy marks and heavily armed mercenary engines travel from town to to
  • Title: Steam Queen
  • Author: Jack Hessey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Steam Queen Jack Hessey Europe is a dangerous, virtually lawless place Armed bandits prowl the railway lines in their armed Steam Locomotives, looking for easy marks and heavily armed mercenary engines travel from town to town looking for work in a world where every day is a struggle for its civilians.Erica, an emotionally disturbed girl from England, finds herself joining one of these mercenaryEurope is a dangerous, virtually lawless place Armed bandits prowl the railway lines in their armed Steam Locomotives, looking for easy marks and heavily armed mercenary engines travel from town to town looking for work in a world where every day is a struggle for its civilians.Erica, an emotionally disturbed girl from England, finds herself joining one of these mercenary teams What follows is a trek across Europe to where two mighty cities, each representing a different way of life, stand on the verge of a war which will shape the way Europe develops On one side are the Steam using traditionalists of St Vith, led by the charismatic and cunning General Roosje Cuvelier On the other stands the mighty Winterscheid Diesel Empire under the iron fist of the merciless Kaiser Sigmund Eisenburg.Two vicious armies, treachery from her own allies and the world s deadliest super weapon are just a few of the dangers that Erica must face in her journey.
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  1. L.A.

    Article first published as Book Review Steam Queen by Jack Hessey on Blogcritics In a Europe known for its lawlessness, mercenaries travel from town to town selling their security Railway lines are the travel preference of the ruthless bandits that use Steam Engines to travel the country looking for easy marks Only the most ruthless of people join the ranks of paid protectors War is at hand when two of the largest cities are looking for change but in different and opposing ways Unable to agree, [...]

  2. I Love

    Steam Queen isn t your traditional steampunk novel, instead moving the genre out of the usual Victorian setting and instead focussing on a 1920 s type era with heavy influences from the Old West It makes for a really unique and interesting setting for the novel.The world is imaginative Railway lines are used as the main form of transport, criss crossing across Europe to connect the many small towns and villages that litter the landscape Europe is a dangerous place with bandits and mercenaries u [...]

  3. Alice Yeh

    In Steam Queen, the opening scene introduces us to Erica, an eighteen year old with the megalomania and proclivity towards violence of a sociopath In spite of her self righteous and self centered administration of justice, however, she also feels a deep love for her father This devotion is what lands here with the Steam Queens, a mercenary team that hunts down targets via locomotive With a new assignment, they find themselves caught between a female general with a disregard for consequences and [...]

  4. Chibineko

    I have to admit, I wasn t really expecting to get into this novel Overall I do like steampunk, but I ve never really sought out any books in the genre Most of my experience has been through movies the odd webcomic such as Girl Genius That s why I was pretty surprised that I was so easily drawn into this book.The author takes a huge amount of risks in this book I respect that Not only did is the main character a complete sociopath that kills animals maims people in retribution for real or imagine [...]

  5. Debra Martin

    STEAM QUEEN is a steam punk novel about a group of mercenaries aboard a steam engine who are tricked into serving in a war with a maniacal general The war is between the traditional Steamers and the up and coming Dieslers and the fate of Europe is dependent on the outcome of the war Both leaders have no compunction about using weapons of mass destruction in order to win It s an intriguing premise and I was excited to read this book.The main character, Erica, is forced to serve as a mercenary abo [...]

  6. Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

    I ve chosen to forgo a complete review on this title Unfortunately, Steam Queen did not work for me I really found myself struggling with the large number of structural and grammatical issues that interupted the flow of the storyline and proved such a distraction I was unable to involve myself in the characters or the plot.

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