Something Strange and Deadly
Publish date: July 24th 2012
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
Series: Something Strange and Deadly (#1)
Steampunk and zombies! This may sound like an odd combination, but it is one that works! Petticoats and parasols mixed with steam-powered machines and pulse bombs that kill zombies? Yes, please! The story is set in the midst of Philadelphia's high society in 1876, the time of chaperoned dates, pet...
tl;dr - | ✭✭✭✭✩ | So, I really really enjoyed this book. The zombies, the steampunk, the characters... I loved it. It was such a fun read. I would definitely suggest others read it!Description - Miss Eleanor Fitt is eagerly awaiting the return of her brother when the dead rise swarm to the train sta...
She rubbed the bald half of her head. “In China we say, ‘The girl with the full hair is not as free as the girl with the bare head.’" “It means that as long as I still shave my hair, I’m free. See, in China, girls keep their heads bald like the boys, yeah? Then when we’re the age to become a woman,...
Something Strange and Deadly is an interesting take on the zombie genre. Instead of the zombies you'd find on The Walking Dead, the zombies in this novel are animated corpses controlled by a mysterious Necromancer. The combination of these unusual undead creatures and the petticoats, corsets and par...
I had REALLY high hopes for this book. It's steampunk, historical, and has zombies. That HAS to be a winning combination. Plus, the cover is super pretty and I feel like this cover won't lie to me. And I was right! This book was amazing and suspenseful and I got really emotional!! Eleanor's father...