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SteampunX - Episode One: Funk and Puck

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It’s 1875 on the Columbian calendar. Anowarakowa, the New World, has been at peace for a century. Deep in the woods of the Ten Hundred Nations, the man called Thunder creates miracles from wire, wood and stone. When twin teenagers discover the mangled body of Thunder’s cervine automaton, a plot is uncovered that could lead to the end of the hundred year peace.
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Published (first published October 8th 2011)
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Kai
I gave up at 68%. Since this a short story, that's a significant proportion, in my opinion.

After pages and pages of rambling about Native American tradition, loin clothes, longhouses, villages and the like, which is all well and fine except that that's not why I picked this book up, and one weird wizard who makes clockwork things that explode and don't work who lives in the woods, I realized that the men that the kids were referring to as Crows were not only black men, but slaves as well. That's
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Riko Stan
Fun, quick little read, enough to make me want to check out the rest of the serialized series.
I like the mix of native american and steampunk setting. Pretty original, but I think the format makes it hard to flesh out the world. Hopefully that will happen in coming episodes.
Alison (Lady Coffin) S
Nov 11, 2013 rated it really liked it
Interesting combination of Native American culture and Steampunk along the lines of Tesla with his electricity.
Bill Tillman
A fun adventure of twins Funk and Puck brother and sister. There is a Birch Stag who leaps through the forest with mechanical grace. Funk wants to shoot the stag but runs into trouble over doing so.
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