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Steampunk I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned Steampunk Is The Hottest Science Fiction Counterculture, Alive In Fantasy Novels, Films, Arts And Crafts, Fashion, Comic Books, Music, Computer Games, Even Architecture Enter A World Of Victorian Technology, Where Steam Power Meets Space Travel From Jules Verne And H G Wells To Alan Moore, Hayao Miyazaki, And Philip Pullman, The Genre Has Captured Imaginations Around The Globe Here S The First Grand, Illustrated History Of The Counterculture Movement In A Book Fittingly Stylish In Its Design, Package, And Artwork From The Fastest Dirigible And Steam Powered Ray Guns To Fashionistas Lady Gaga And Alexander McQueen, The Whole Story Of The Gaslight Romance Is Here I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned I will admit that I have known of Steampunk for many years but will openly admit I know next to nothing about it Let me explain I have been a fan of Tim Powers and James Blaylock for years as well as reading a number of Mr Jeters books and it is almost impossible to read these books without coming across both references to Steampunk and the fact that it was coined by this group some years ago.And that is where my knowledge endsUntil I picked up this book and started to read Now I will not go in to great details of the book as that is for the reader to explore and discover themselves however I will say that this book was a great surprise For me I think the biggest part of Steampunk is the imagery, however after reading this book yes it does take a great part but it FAR from everything This book explores every media, style and even interpretation along with exploring its relationship with other sub genres to including cyberpunk.I think however the most striking thing about this book is how up to date it is yes it has been out a number of years however the material that it contains must have gone up to almost the day it was published with many titles and references being surprisingly modern Although I still be quick to stress that it does not dismiss or ignore its roots rather it wants to demonstrate how strong the movement is today and how fresh and inventive it s exponents are.So for me this was a rare find that rather than either ridiculing it or trying to make it to something pompous and all other sub genres inferior it just celebrates what it is while trying to give you a welcoming guide So for a total novice with an insatiable curiosity this is a book I will be referring back to time and time again you have been warned


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About the Author: Brian J. Robb

Brian J Robb is the New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling biographer of Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, and Brad Pitt He has also written books on silent cinema, the films of Philip K Dick, Wes Craven, and Laurel and Hardy, the Star Wars movies, Superheroes, Gangsters, and Walt Disney, as well as science fiction television series Doctor Who and Star Trek His illustrated books include an