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message 1: by Katie (new)

Katie You might try The Greyfriar by Clay Griffith. It is about a Robin Hood vampire in an alternate history setting: action, suspense, slow build of relationships, and the vampires are evil. Very refreshing. Furthermore, it is light on the steampunk. This story may ease you into the genre.

message 2: by Cassy (new)

Cassy Thank you for the recommendation, Katie! I enjoy classic science fiction and fantasy novels. So, it is puzzling that I am having trouble with the steampunk and paranormal genres. I really want to like them. Maybe I need more transitional books such as the one you mentioned.

message 3: by BrinStardust (new)

BrinStardust Avalon Revisited by O.M Grey was fantastic, & my first Steampunk read. I tell everyone to read it if they're looking to try out the genre. Soulless, however, really is hilarious. Have fun!

message 4: by Cassy (new)

Cassy Thanks, Vegacula! I'll definitely check these out.

message 5: by Julia (new)

Julia Mackenzie Soulless by Gail Carriger was one of my favorite recent pickups. I actually went on to read all five books. You may want to be careful with it, as it is kind of silly and light hearted.

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