History Literature / ClockworkCentury

11th Jul '16 1:49:03 AM PaulA
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* HandicappedBadass: AbrahamLincoln survived the [[BoomHeadshot assassination attempt]] at Ford's Theater but was disabled and needs a wheelchair.

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* HandicappedBadass: AbrahamLincoln UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln survived the [[BoomHeadshot assassination attempt]] at Ford's Theater but was disabled and needs a wheelchair.
28th Jan '16 9:38:11 AM HighCrate
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Cherie Priest created the series as a literary MagnumOpus for SteamPunk fans. So far she has written six novels; ''Boneshaker'', ''Dreadnought'', ''Clementine'', ''Ganymede'', ''The Inexplicables'' and ''Fiddlehead'', and a novelette ''Tanglefoot'' which [[http://subterraneanpress.com/index.php/magazine/fall-2008/fiction-tanglefoot-a-story-of-the-clockwork-century-by-cherie-priest/ can be read on-line]].

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Cherie Priest created the series as a literary MagnumOpus magnum opus for SteamPunk fans. So far she has written six novels; ''Boneshaker'', ''Dreadnought'', ''Clementine'', ''Ganymede'', ''The Inexplicables'' and ''Fiddlehead'', and a novelette ''Tanglefoot'' which [[http://subterraneanpress.com/index.php/magazine/fall-2008/fiction-tanglefoot-a-story-of-the-clockwork-century-by-cherie-priest/ can be read on-line]].
17th Oct '15 9:03:11 PM foxley
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* ThrillerOnTheExpress: ''Dreadnought'' is largely set on the eponymous train, with a mystery involving exactly what the Dreadnought's mysterious cargo is, and why so many people want it.
14th Oct '15 3:56:13 AM foxley
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* VehicleTitle: Several of the novels are names after vehicles:

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* VehicleTitle: Several of the novels are names named after vehicles:
14th Oct '15 3:54:15 AM foxley
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* VehicleTitle: Several of the novels are names after vehicles:
** ''Boneshaker'', named after a DrillTank.
** ''Dreadnought'', named after the CoolTrain.
** ''Clementine'', named after a CoolAirship.
** ''Ganymede'', named after CoolBoat (a submersible to be exact).
14th Oct '15 3:18:20 AM foxley
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* JumpingOnAGrenade: In ''Dreadnought'', Fenwick is killed when he jumps on a concussion bomb the Confederate raiders manage to throw on to the train.
22nd Sep '15 2:05:24 AM Morgenthaler
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1st Jul '15 1:29:52 AM UrthWyrm
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* HandicappedBadass: AbrahamLincoln survived the [[BoomHeadshot assassination attempt]] at Ford's Theater but was disabled and needs a wheelchair.
1st Jul '15 1:10:03 AM UrthWyrm
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* ZombieInfectee: Played straight; Lucy the bartender lost her arm to a rotter bite, it was amputated to prevent her from turning.

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* ZombieInfectee: Played straight; Lucy the bartender lost her arm to a rotter bite, [[AmputationStopsSpread it was amputated to prevent her from turning. turning.]]
1st Jul '15 12:45:28 AM UrthWyrm
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In ''Dreadnought'' 'Mercy' Lynch is a nurse in a war hospital in Richmond. After receiving a telegram that her own DisappearedDad is dying and wants to see her, she sets forth on a perilous journey across the war-torn states, eventually ending up on the titular Union armored train with a mysterious cargo that the Confederates are desperate to intercept.
Not to be confused with the MarySue-tiful Franchise/StarTrek novel ''Dreadnought!''

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In ''Dreadnought'' 'Mercy' Lynch is a nurse in a war hospital in Richmond. After receiving a telegram that her own DisappearedDad is dying and wants to see her, she sets forth on a perilous journey across the war-torn states, eventually ending up on the titular Union armored train with a mysterious cargo that the Confederates are desperate to intercept. \n Not to be confused with the MarySue-tiful Franchise/StarTrek novel ''Dreadnought!''
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