The Faraday Cage

The Faraday Cage Set in a past that never was five tales of adventure and excitement from the pen of five completely different authors sharing a single world The Haemophage by Rob Harkess On a mining base in the Aste

  • Title: The Faraday Cage
  • Author: Steve Turnbull Robert Harkess Peter A. Smalley Virginia Marybury Katy O'Dowd
  • ISBN: 9781910342435
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Set in a past that never was, five tales of adventure and excitement from the pen of five completely different authors sharing a single world.The Haemophage by Rob Harkess On a mining base in the Asteroid Belt people start dying by having their blood sucked out but vampires are a myth, aren t they Taking the Cure by Peter Smalley A health spa pleasure cruise to the MoonSet in a past that never was, five tales of adventure and excitement from the pen of five completely different authors sharing a single world.The Haemophage by Rob Harkess On a mining base in the Asteroid Belt people start dying by having their blood sucked out but vampires are a myth, aren t they Taking the Cure by Peter Smalley A health spa pleasure cruise to the Moon and back goes very wrong and only a young ensign can help.Iron Curtain by Virginia Marybury A London patents clerk is employed to build a low gravity playroom for the Tsar s child, but Russian politics can be lethal.Dear Prudence by Katy O Dowd with Steve Turnbull The author of an Agony Aunt column falls for the heir to a massive fortune, but how can they overcome the intense family feud that stands between them The Computationer by Steve Turnbull A brilliant Swiss born girl, dragged by her family to Perth, Australia, sets off in search of a downed flyer to rescue its Babbage analytical.

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    1. I received a copy of The Faraday Cage from its editor, Steve Turnbull, in exchange for my honest review. The book is a collection of five short stories each set in Turnbull's Voidships steampunk universe and each written by a different author. I believe Turnbull originally envisaged his creation as a place for collaborative writing, but I think The Faraday Cage is the first publication with multiple authors. I am already familiar with the setting having read Turnbull's first two Maliha Anderson [...]

    2. Kindle Unlimited, writer of several sets sets ku, when sold separate may not be. Serialized type would say and a bit steam punk and mystery adventure.Maliha Anderson, Books 1-3Harry Takes Off: Books 1 - 3 Frozen Beauty: Books 1 - 3The Faraday Cage different writers, more like small anthology from voidships universeElona (Patterner's Path Book 1) different than the above, probably due a couple more installments too, more sci fi less steampunk than others}

    3. This is an anthology of five stories set in the same steampunk universe, in which the Faraday effect is used to nullify gravity, thus allowing both air-breathing flight and spaceflight. There are also colonies on Venus and Mars and several space stations.The existence of the colony on Venus requires (given what we now know about Venus) a degree more suspension of disbelief than is usual as we have to ignore what we know to be true: that Venus has a mean surface temperature of 462 degrees C, and [...]

    4. Five very enjoyable stories. When reading anything that falls into the genre of Neo-victorian Steampunk, one thing that I’m looking for is the feeling that what I’m actually reading is a work of Historical Fiction, all be it an alternative history. The world has to be believable, and all five stories included in The Faraday Cage pretty much nail that. Even the first two, which are set in space, still capture the typical Victorian sensibilities and settings. Peter A. Smalley’s work, particu [...]

    5. A collection of five stories set in the same steampunk world, but which all have very different themes and styles. This is a really interesting collection, full of original approaches to the steampunk genre. I particularly enjoyed ‘The Iron Curtain’ by Virginia Marybury. Instead of focusing on the usual vehicles and war machines, the story’s lead character is a coward who hates war and uses his expert mechanical skills to help others overcome disability. The story is interwoven with elemen [...]

    6. This is a collection of short stories based around the same Faraday Cage technology. Of the five stories, I really enjoyed Dear Prudence (for its rompy fun) and The Computationer (for the unusual Fremantle setting).

    7. Excellent steampunk collectionThe stories are original, well written and engaging. The world is consistent and believable. I hope to see more stories from the Voidship Universe soon.

    8. A great anthology based in the Voidships universe. Interesting to see each author's work, and how it works within the creative framework. Excellent reading!

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