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Portable Magic
Portable Magic rated it 3 years ago
I wanted to like this steampunky-themed book of short-stories, but it tried too hard at cleverness and told essentially uninteresting stories. The text does not deliver on what the fascinating illustrations promise. I gave it 78 pages, 18 beyond my minimum 50, and gave it up.
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 5 years ago
5/6 - This book is wacky. And I mean WACKY with a capital W!! It's like a 'choose your own adventure' books crossed with a non-fiction full of footnotes. Every paragraph or so I'm flicking to the contents to find the page number for the correct section that further describes the occult item that was...
Thief of Camorr
Thief of Camorr rated it 6 years ago
I don't really see the point to this short. Was this written for a certain theme? Without knowing it, the short falls flat because there's seemingly no plot, very little in the way of characterisation, no world building, no message... it's a little bit of dialogue, then 'oh, that thing I saw earlier...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 6 years ago
This was interesting. I liked how it's work of fiction, but read like it was based on fact. I got this mainly for the Carrie Vaughn and Cherie Priest stories and (in my biased opinion) they were also the best.
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 7 years ago
How do you describe a book so strange and unique it defies genre? The Cabinet of Curiosities is like no other book. Probably closest to steampunk, that doesn't even begin to describe it. The illegitimate child of Monty Python and Umberto Eco. Full of contributions from dozens of artists and auth...
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