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Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM By Cherie Priest Frank Böhmert

Amerika im 19 Jahrhundert Es sollte Dr Leviticus Blues gr te Erfindung werden, stattdessen verursachte der Boneshaker eine Katastrophe und verwandelte ganz Seattle in eine Geisterstadt, in der es nun vor Gangsterbossen, Luftpiraten und lebenden Toten nur so wimmelt Sechzehn Jahre sp ter macht sich Briar Wilkes, Dr Blues Witwe, auf den Weg nach Seattle, um ihren verAmerika im 19 Jahrhundert Es sollte Dr Leviticus Blues gr te Erfindung werden, stattdessen verursachte der Boneshaker eine Katastrophe und verwandelte ganz Seattle in eine Geisterstadt, in der es nun vor Gangsterbossen, Luftpiraten und lebenden Toten nur so wimmelt Sechzehn Jahre sp ter macht sich Briar Wilkes, Dr Blues Witwe, auf den Weg nach Seattle, um ihren verschwundenen Sohn zu suchen und das lange geh tete Geheimnis des Boneshaker zu l ften
  • Title: Boneshaker
  • Author: Cherie Priest Frank Böhmert
  • ISBN: 9783453528666
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Taschenbuch


Michael Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
``Miss Eliza Bennet, let me persuade you to follow my example, and take a turn about the room. -- I assure you the anti-gravity hoverchannel is very refreshing after sitting so long in one attitude.''Eliza was surprised, but agreed to it immediately. She unstrapt herself from her leather seat restraints and stood, careful to maintain her balance as the airship encountered turbulence. When she entered the hoverchannel, she activated the polarity redistribution magnets within her combat suit and b [...]
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colleen the convivial curmudgeon Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
(1.5)Steampunk and zombies and mini-apocalypse, oh my. How could you go wrong?For starters, you could have lead characters that I never really connected with or cared that much about. Protagonists whose most active role was to get themselves into the city, and then who became fortunes of fate, as things happened to them. I did like some of the secondary characters better, especially Swakhammer. (Though it seemed weird to me that Briar called calling him Mr. Swakhammer. It was probably meant to b [...]
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Dan Schwent Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Sixteen years after Leviticus Blue reputedly robbed a string of banks and released the Blight using his drilling machine, the Boneshaker, his son Ezekiel goes back into the walled remains of Seattle, braving rotters and Doornails, to clear his name. His mother, Briar Wilkes, goes into the walled wasteland to bring him out. Can she find Zeke before Dr. Minnericht finds him?I've got mixed feelings about this one. For one thing, the writing doesn't tickle my innards and the characters are all prett [...]
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Nancy Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Posted at Shelf Inflicted Dazzling inventions, air pirates, evil bad guys, underground vaults, goggles, daring rescues, gold, Blight gas, a one-armed bartender, a princess, zombies. Oh, what fun! The setting was vividly described and rich in details. The main characters were well developed and fascinating. Briar Wilkes, widow of Leviticus Blue, eccentric inventor, searches for her teenage son, Zeke, in a walled-off section of Seattle, where a dangerous yellow gas shrouds the city, forcing the re [...]
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Brad Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
I dug Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker, but I wanted so much more. I dug Blighted Seattle and the Outskirts, but I wanted more detail in the former and more time in the latter.I dug the Rotters, but I wanted more rot, more zombie madness, and more exploration of their potential ability to communicate and problem solve.I dug the pseudo-history and Hale Quarter, the fictional biographer, but I wanted more installments of his history.I dug the back story of Leviticus Blue, but I wanted to be convinced [...]
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Felicia Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
1) Best cover art I've seen in a LONG TIME!2) Very specific style of writing that too a while to hook me. It reminded me of Red Dead Redemption in book form with Steampunk. I definitely got into it when all the zombie stuff took off, cool details there.3) All the Steampunk stuff was awesome, and well detailed and realized. The world definitely grew on me a lot.4) Main problem was that the characters didn't hook me until WAAAY into the book. I really feel like the main character could have been f [...]
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Miranda Reads Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Waiting for this book was better than reading itI was so excited to read this one - to try a great steampunk novel (I read a few top ten lists, and this one made every one of them). Within the first few chapters, I knew that I didn't like it. Mostly because this was essentially a really long Scooby Do chase sceneWe have Leviticus Blue - crazed inventor of the "Boneshaker." Years ago, he "took it for a test run"aka drilled underground and into the bank. As a result, he "accidentally" released the [...]
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Carol. Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Started off slow, but I fully realize that was a miscalibration with the story compatibility recognizer. I don't really do the mother-hen story line, and I often get the urge to slap headstrong teenage boys. I started this on vacation in NYC, and we just weren't getting along. Plus, NYC is all busy and distracting and such. Once home, I picked it back up and had a little better luck, but soon got distracted with shinier books life. Finally opened it again today and finished the last 250 or so pa [...]
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mark monday Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
engaging but decidedly minor yarn featuring brave women, pirate airships, a zombie plague, and a battered & barricaded alternate seattle. the steampunk elements are of the american west variety, so as far as the atmosphere conveyed, this is more muggy days than foggy nights. enjoyable for the most part, although the highly tedious & annoying character of the son made the last third tough-going at times.i really don't have much else to say. this was a pleasant and forgettable way to pass [...]
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Stephen Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
2.5 stars. I liked the set up of this steampunk story and I thought the characters were well developed (especially Briar who I thought was great). That said, for some reason I did not get "hooked" on the story and found myself just getting through the book. For me, I would have liked to have learned more about the "alternate" world in which the book is set in and have the story tie into (or at least hint at) bigger issues to come. There were some nice tidbits about the larger world but I would h [...]
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Clouds Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Christmas 2010: I realised that I had got stuck in a rut. I was re-reading old favourites again and again, waiting for a few trusted authors to release new works. Something had to be done.On the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge, to read every book to have won the Locus Sci-Fi award. That’s 35 books, 6 of which I’d previously read, leaving 29 titles by 14 authors who were new to me.While working through this reading list I got married, went on my honeymoon, switched career and beca [...]
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Allison Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Boneshaker is very different from other Steampunk books that I've read (and enjoyed). I think it's considered Steampunk because there are airships (not enough, though!) and a few machines that could be considered in the historical Sci Fi realm. Other than that, it does not have any of the characteristics that I look forward to in Steampunk. No adventure. No cool gadgets or scientific experiments (the breathing masks just don't count). And there's far too much grit and gore. I've never really bee [...]
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Maja (The Nocturnal Library) Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Is there anything a mother wouldn’t do to save her son? Even if they are mostly estranged and angry at each other? Would she willingly walk into a place where the air is poisonous and hundreds of zombies roam about? Of course she would. I would, too. That’s the choice Briar is forced to make, and it really isn’t a choice at all. Sixteen years ago, Seattle was destroyed by one of her late husband’s inventions, and she became an outcast, a poor, single mother with no one to rely on. From t [...]
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j Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
I really wanted to like this one - my first real foray into steampunk, which I've always found aesthetically amusing, at least - but somehow, it just didn't do it for me. I mean, it's bursting with cool stuff and sounds like it should be really fun to read: a brilliant mad scientist, an inventor of a clockwork horror that ravaged a city; an isolated alternate Seatlle surrounded by a giant wall that keeps in a deadly gas; said gas turns people into flesh-hungry zombies; the only way to get over s [...]
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Darwin8u Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
I rarely (because I'm cheap and OCD) abandon a book. It may take me awhile, but eventually the constant chirp in the back of my brain makes me run and pick the damn thing up and just finish it. However, there are few RARE exceptions to this rule. When a book is SO poorly written, so filled with cliches, bad adjectives, and weak verbs; when the dialogue is so awkward and stilted that it is a painful experience to read; when the book produces no virtuous feelings in me; when there is NO forward mo [...]
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Megan Baxter Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
My husband gave up on this one when he got a hundred pages in, and felt nothing was happening. So I wasn't too sure what I would make of it, but in the end, I liked it a lot more than he did. I certainly never felt like nothing was happening, and the core mother-son dynamic of the book I found particularly engaging. Note: The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the changes in policy and enforcement. You can read why I came to this decision here.In the meantime, you can read the entire [...]
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Wil Wheaton Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Cherie (disclosure: she's a good friend, and I read the ARC of Boneshaker) has crafted a beautiful and believable world, and filled it with characters who never once rang false to me. The characters, the dialog, and the descriptive prose all come together to create a wonderful novel that is is easy to read and hard to put down.
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Fergal Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
This so could be made into film loved it! Thanks Cherie :)
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Cassy Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
This was my first foray into steampunk – unless Golden Compass counts. This may not be my genre. I am willing to keep going for a book or two, but the prospects are poor. And according to the clerk at the bookstore, Soulless must be my next read.I was on the fence about reading this one. It was officially on my to-read list, but the ho-hum reviews were making me doubt the placement. Then I heard Cherie Priest was coming to a local bookstore, Murder by the Book (great name, right?) in a week. I [...]
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Sarah Anne Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
My reaction to this book:70% Really? But nothing has really happened!85% This is really quite boring87% Oh God, go away90% Maybe I should DNF?95% Somebody shoot me before I have to finish this99% There's a freaking EPILOGUE?!?! I won't surviveWell clearly I survived, but I do have to say that it takes a special book to turn steampunk and zombies into boredom. And I can't even imagine making 90% and DNFing. Until now.Anyway, I found the story boring and predictable and I didn't like the alternati [...]
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Jason Pettus Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
(Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography [cclapcenter:]. I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP; it is not being reprinted here illegally.)Ah, steampunk! The very definition of a literary subgenre, steampunk tales fit not only within the general category of science-fiction (in that the storylines usually hinge on technology that has not yet been invented), but then bury this uninvented technology within a past that never was, usually the Vi [...]
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Apatt Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
My first steampunk book or is it? When I look at “Best steampunk books” list they tend to include H.G. Wells' The Time Machine and China Miéville's Perdido Street Station both of which I have read but I doubt Mr. Wells had steampunk in mind at the time of writing, and the excellent Perdido Street Station seems to encompass several subgenres. In any case Boneshaker is the first consciously steampunk book I ever read. According to Tor Cherie Priest is the Queen of Steampunk, with Boneshaker b [...]
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Dav Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
I almost stopped reading this book 20 pages in when I realized there was going to be zombies. It was bad enough that it was a steam punk novel, but OMG zombies? Um, the Bandwagon came by, and it wants its memes back. Steam punk (which is "what happens when goths discover brown") has been strangely annoying to me since it exploded a couple of years ago. Strange because I should be into it as I do dig the aesthetic, but I just can't enjoy it because it turned into such a mindless hipster thing so [...]
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Mpauli Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Arrrr, matey! Yield all ye plunder to me!What did you say? This isn't the Red Seas under Red Skies review? Well, but I'm still wearing me pirate costume. Okay, okay we go. I'm a steampunkin' Sky Pirate now. So get ready to be boarded!What do you mean with "Be careful"? Zombies? There are Zombies in this novel? A'ight, I'll bring me some muskets fer them, aye? Heads or tails, aye! Probably heads would be better with them zombies, har! And me heard that the lovely Briar Wilkes is in town as well l [...]
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Shannon (Giraffe Days) Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Seattle, 1879. Fifteen years ago a clever and talented inventor created a machine dubbed the Boneshaker, designed to mine for gold in the Yukon. Instead, he tunnelled under the city right into the banking district, causing whole sections of the city to cave in. After looting the banks he drove the machine back through the tunnels and into the basement of his fancy home, and was never seen again, leaving his pregnant wife with the stigma of Leviticus Blue's escapade.Not only did the boneshaker de [...]
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Erika Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
There are several really cool things about Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker: the first is the eye-catching cover; the second, that it’s steampunk; the third--only noticeable when you peek inside--is the brown- (née, sepia) colored font. Reading Boneshaker is like looking into an old Victorian photograph--the exact effect I’d want if I was writing a book to fit a genre influenced primarily by that era. This isn’t the first book I’ve read with a font color other than black (an edition of Mich [...]
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Michael Fierce Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
In an alternate history setting of Seattle, Washington, during the late 1880's America, Briar Wilkes, daughter of mad inventor, Leviticus Blue, blamed for the destruction and downfall of their city several years prior, enters the dangerous, walled up, toxic gas infested inner city, by airship, to find and retrieve her runaway son, Ezekiel, who's determination to clear Leviticus Blue's name - while hoping to answer who is father is - could lead him to his death at the hands of zombies or possibly [...]
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Jonathan Terrington Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
This is one of the reviews here on you will have the pleasure of reading in full right here. Slowly piece by piece, my other reviews (or fragments of) will be migrating across to my new website over here.Boneshaker is a steampunk novel with several positives that place it a step, stylistically, above other competitors. Cherie Priest's novel centres around an accident triggered by inventor Leviticus Blue which released a poisonous gas into a fictionalised Seattle. Blue's machine, The Boneshaker, [...]
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Rob Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
Executive Summary: A surprisingly fun and quick read that has me rethinking this whole "steampunk" thing.Full ReviewWhen the novel was described to me as "Steampunk and Zombies, What's not to love?" my reaction was "Ugh. All of the above?"I just don't "get" steampunk. And I'm certainly not big on the whole zombie craze. I've had this book for awhile from Humble Bundle 2, but wasn't planning to read it anytime soon. I was pleasantly surprised. This is why I try to always read the monthly Sword &a [...]
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Stephanie Dec 07, 2019 - 15:09 PM
No longer a vital city, Seattle is now completely walled off to contain a poisonous gas that now seeps from the city's underground areas after a man-made disaster caused havoc to the city center. The gas, called Blight, killed thousands of Seattle's inhabitants then caused them to be resurrected as flesh-craving zombies. A giant wall was erected to contain both the zombies and the gas.Briar Wilkes lives with her son in the Outskirts, a dreary, poisoned place on the fringes of what used to be the [...]
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Boneshaker By Cherie Priest Frank Böhmert Amerika im 19 Jahrhundert Es sollte Dr Leviticus Blues gr te Erfindung werden, stattdessen verursachte der Boneshaker eine Katastrophe und verwandelte ganz Seattle in eine Geisterstadt, in der es nun vor Gangsterbossen, Luftpiraten und lebenden Toten nur so wimmelt Sechzehn Jahre sp ter macht sich Briar Wilkes, Dr Blues Witwe, auf den Weg nach Seattle, um ihren verAmerika im 19 Jahrhundert Es sollte Dr Leviticus Blues gr te Erfindung werden, stattdessen verursachte der Boneshaker eine Katastrophe und verwandelte ganz Seattle in eine Geisterstadt, in der es nun vor Gangsterbossen, Luftpiraten und lebenden Toten nur so wimmelt Sechzehn Jahre sp ter macht sich Briar Wilkes, Dr Blues Witwe, auf den Weg nach Seattle, um ihren verschwundenen Sohn zu suchen und das lange geh tete Geheimnis des Boneshaker zu l ften

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