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Title:  The Aeronaut’s Windlass Author: Jim Butcher Published: 29 September, 2015 Pages: 630 Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy: Steampunk Fantasy Series: The Cinder Spires, Volume One Kid Friendly Rat...

Jim Butcher, the New York Times bestselling author of The Dresden Files and the Codex Alera novels, conjures up a new series set in a fantastic world of noble families, steam-powered technology, and magic-wielding warriors…

Wax Forest 1 by riotorange. This piece titled "Wax Forest" was inspired by Jim Butcher's Codex Alera series.The books are awesome.Jim gave his permission to create this and display in the gallery you see.

Wax Forest 1 by riotorange. This piece titled "Wax Forest" was inspired by Jim Butcher's Codex Alera series.Jim gave his permission to create this and display in the gallery you see.

The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 141): Cherie Priest, Jay Lake, Gail Carriger, Paul Di Fillipo, Phillipa Ballantine and Tee Morris Talk Steampunk - SF Signal – A Speculative Fiction Blog

The Janus Affair (Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences - Philippa Ballantine, Tee Morris

The Lines are an example of science we don't even understand the basics for yet. So it's either hard sf that involves something that comes after the Standard Model, or it's space opera?

First in a brand new thought-provoking science fiction series.The lines. No ship can traverse the void without them. Only linesmen can work with them. But only Ean Lambert hears their song.

Jim Butcher Dresden Files Quote  I loved this series.  I truly hope Jim Butcher can expand on Dresden's world, even though Harry seems to be done.

Jim Butcher Dresden Files Quote I loved this series. I truly hope Jim Butcher can expand on Dresden's world, even though Harry seems to be done.

My review today is for: Deadhouse Gates by Steven Erikson Where to start on a review for this book/series? I mean with something on the epic scale and imagination as this story, characters, and wor…

Book Review: Deadhouse Gates by Steven Erikson

Deadhouse Gates (The Malazan Book of the Fallen, Book by Steven Erikson. Not gonna lie I cried towards the end.

Queens of Summer by ~Armesan on deviantART  (inspired by Summer Knight by Jim Butcher)

Queens of Summer by ~Armesan on deviantART (inspired by Summer Knight by Jim Butcher)

Little House on the Prairie, Read it as a child and it was an enchanting story.  Read it as an adult and you realize how terrifying it was for the adults: how close to starvation and death they were.

just 1 book: little house on the prairie

Little House books.when I was a kid, our teachers in the primary grades would read these books to us for a while every afternoon, after we came in from recess. remember "Little House in the Big Woods"?

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