Predator's Gold by Philip Reeve (2nd in the Hungry City Chronicles quartet) - YA
He's good. I enjoyed Mortal Engines a great deal. This is a wonderful revisitation to the gorgeous world he's created. Majestic…"
I've come across a surprisingly large number of books featuring non-stereotypical multi-cultural characters. They aren't outright announced that way, however, so word of mouth will have to serve. What diverse gems have you stumbled onto?<3-NatSee More
Seeking out underrepresented cultural steamcraft --Afro-Asiatic/East Indian/Otherkin/etc-- for all-inclusive celebration of world steam culture. The library-ships have openings for 'In-persona' catalogers, extra tea clerks, and Anansi-bots.See More
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I'm afraid I'm in between airships currently, thanks entirely to my mother, I'll spare you the tirade.
I like long walks on stardusted beaches, dangly things made of copper wheels and cogs, Rooibus tea with raspberry cream, and other herbivorous delights.
Keep your worries at bay kind friends, I have a Motherland dragonfly pod (however tight the squeeze) to get me through the aethers while I sort out the matter of my unemployment.
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