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Chocolatiers Of The High Winds

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We are pleased to present to you gentlereaders the airship Drama “Chocolatiers of the High Winds.” This rollicking adventure puts the steam into steampunk as we follow young Mayport Titus while he and his cohort seek to supply the world once more with that elusive and tricksy treasure known as chocolate. Mayport is the heir to the Titus Chocolate fortune–or what is left of ...more
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Published by Circlet Press (first published May 2nd 2012)
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Dec 14, 2014 julio rated it did not like it
Shelves: dnf
shockingly dull.

I don't get what the author though was in any way compelling about the first thirty percent. I felt like I was expected to identify with/find interesting this random person's goals and motivstions without any reason.

I mean... if you can identify with the handsome heir of a shipping magnate/celebrity explorer...

congratulations? I guess?
Elisa Rolle
This is basically three books in one; it starts like a coming of age / young adult novel, with our teenager hero, Mayport Titus, living the boarding school where he spent most of his youth in search of adventures, or better, trying to regain power onto his late father’s business, the Titus Chocolate Company. To do so he enrols the help of his nemesis/lover of the past, Joseph Thiervy, an older boy who was in boarding school with Mayport and who was Mayport’s first love. This part of the story is ...more
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Sep 03, 2011 Capriox Bovidae rated it really liked it
A little bit alt history, a little bit steampunk, a LOT of terrific world-building and wonderfully engaging, dynamic characters. Oh yeah, and some erotica in there too. It's superbly written, unlike this review. Do yourself a favor and go start reading it!
Mar 20, 2013 Susan rated it liked it
Shelves: mm-read, free, z-2013
I have finished this book but I don't really know what to say about it! It took me nearly 5 days to read it and for me that's a long time, even for a book this long. I can't help feeling there was a good story in there even though I felt confused for most of the time I was reading it. The story was originally written as a serial and I read this version rather than the ebook so I don't know if they are different at all. I found the beginning the most confusing part of all, to the point where I ev ...more
Oct 26, 2011 Philip rated it liked it
While this story is far from perfect, it had enough heart to make me rather enjoy reading it and to make me look forward to when I could return to it the times I had other things to be doing, etc. It's a cute, feel-good story which I can definitely enjoy now and then.

However, besides the plot with everything working out and the happy ending, this wasn't a particularly well-told story for a number of reasons I'll mention 'cause that's what I do; still, it was enjoyable and definitely not a comple
Mar 07, 2013 Jerry marked it as to-read
This is up for a Lamda Literary award.
Jan 18, 2014 James rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Don't bother.
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H. B Kurtzwilde lives deep in the wet, sticky, mosquito-ridden depths of Florida. When not busily avoiding alligators, he scribbles out futuristic and paranormal romance, as if this is any way for a grown person to behave. His works include Phoberia, Guide to Survival, and Sea Turtle Inn, among others. Drop by his Livejournal or his personal blog at to say hello, or to mak ...more
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