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Old 09-02-2012, 02:08 AM   #23
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Ooh I own them both! I just never read them. I didn't know the Carriger books were steampunk though? I thought they were paranormal Victorian cozy mysteries.

From Carriger's website :
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I borrow a lot from traditional Gothic literature tropes. So while Soulless was loosely basted on a Gothic romance model, Changeless is more of a Gothic mystery. Blameless uses a lot of Gothic boy's adventure, Quartermain-style. Heartless borrows a bit from Sherlock Holmes and the cozies. Timeless is intended to be travel journal-esque.

They're a lot of fun, but the first is definitely the most like a romance.
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