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The Constantine Affliction by Tim Pratt
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Aug 19, 12

bookshelves: steampunk, speculative-fiction
Read in August, 2012

In practical terms, this book is a delightful, witty detective story set in neo-Victorian, quasi-Lovecraftian London. But what is really fabulous about it is the exploration and inversion of gender roles, not just as a result of the Affliction but in a world turned around because of it, and of the complex relationships that people can find themselves in.
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