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March of the Cogsmen: A Steampunk Novel (Galvanic Century Book 3) by [Coorlim, Michael]
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Book 3 of 6 in Galvanic Century (6 Book Series)

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About the Author

Though a prolific writer Michael Coorlim found the prospect and process of traditional publication daunting, often preparing query letters and researching markets only to never get around to submitting any of his work. It wasn’t until he reached his thirties that he took the steps to write professionally. He currently lives in the city of Chicago with his girlfriend and their cat, living his life-long dream of supporting himself as an author of fast-paced character-driven fiction about authentic people in fantastic situations.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1028 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
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  • Publisher: Pomoconsumption Press (8 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C7CFQZI
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 14 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Strange and Interesting Twist 21 July 2014
By Lisa Burdette - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
March of the Cogsmen is the second book I've read by Michael Coorlim as well as the second only in the steampunk genre. I enjoyed this longer work because it gave way to more details of the Bartleby and James characters. Once introduced to the notion of a wedding I certainly wasn't prepared for the disruption the Cogsmen created. I'm still interested in more works on the subject matter and find some of the author's website articles thoughtful and interesting.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this series! 7 July 2013
By Nicole McD. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love this series of books and this one definitely did not disappoint me. Can't wait till Mr. Coorlim gets the next installment out.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Steampunk Mystery And Adventure 23 Jun. 2013
By London Fog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Having read an immensely enjoyed the Bartleby and James adventures, I was excited to see a longer novelette length by the same author, "marrying" the characters and subplots from both his steampunk series. A brilliant opening sets the stage for the entirety of the book, which was wonderfully fast paced even though there was a good amount of background development for practically everyone involved, and here we finally learn the reason behind Bartleby's secretive past. Very intriguing it was, too.

Adventure, Victorian snark, a capable investigation - no small achievement for a very drunken bridegroom! - and original use of technology behind the cogsmen ensue. I did miss not having James make as much of an appearance in the short stories, but the scenes he was in entirely made up for that.

I have not yet looked into the 'Gentlewoman's Chronicles', so it could be that I am just missing something that did not come across in this particular book. I also understood Aldora Fiske was meant to be going through emotional changes in this installment, but still, I had issues reconciling with her. She seemed a bit deliberately immature and selfish, and though there were attempts made at growth, I could not fully appreciate them because she appeared to me an inconsistent character to begin with. I also found Regina to be on the petty side, and her motivations were just very... high school. Cannot say I was overly impressed with the female characters here.

And somehow I did not find the prospect of a loveless marriage appealing, though we are shown a tiny grain of affection between Bartleby and Aldora towards the end, so I hold out hope. I did find the overall book excellent though, and will continue to faithfully follow the adventures of Bartleby and James (who I would love to see more of in the next one!)

My technical rating - five stars for the story and three for the female characterizations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Great Steampunk Story 5 May 2013
By Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this from Library Thing to read and review. Once again, the author has given us a great steampunk fiction. In this book, he ties in Bartleby and his partner James and his fiancé Aldora Fiske. Bartleby and Fiske are both very strong people, so I was not surprised to find that their marriage will be one of convenience (so they both say now, though who knows what will happen?). The reader can see just how strong they both are by watching how each is treating their marriage day. Bartleby arrives drunk and, after meeting Aldora's parents, goes off after some mystery though he promised Aldora to meet and greet their guests. Aldora, after discovering his leave, and watching strange happenings, barges right into the pre-wedding garden party though no one is supposed to see the bride before the ceremony and though she manages to totally ruin her dress and make up. How do they both solve the problem of their mysterious, uninvited guest provides the reader with an action packed tale. The author has provided an exciting tale involving appearances from the past and providing a way for the reader to see the main characters in action. No, this is not a normal Victorian couple involved in normal lives. In this series, there never are any normal couples or events. One thing the author has done is provide a setting where all the capabilities of all the main characters come into play solving the current crisis du jour. The writing is sharp and concise, providing the reader with a fast paced, exciting tale, while still staying true to the true steampunk standards and norms. I have read all the other parts of this series and am eagerly awaiting the next installment. I particularly enjoyed that this one was longer, allowing better development of the plot and introduction of additional characters without rushing.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A wedding at Last! 12 April 2013
By music mama - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
March of the Cogsmen (Galvanic Century) by Michael Coorlim is a short novel that continues the adventures of the intrepid Aldora Fiske, her fiancé Alton Bartleby and his best man and partner James. We finally meet the rest of Aldora's family at the ancestral home while waiting for the long awaited wedding between Aldora and Alton. Too bad several of the vanquished bad guys decide to crash the party.
As in other tales of these individuals, there is quite a bit of derring -do. The plot moves just as rapidly, but has some legroom for filling out several characters since it is not constrained by being a short story. I really enjoyed meeting Aldora's mother, and loved peeking into Aldora's childhood. If you appreciated the Parasol Protectorate, you will enjoy this novel.
And, aww...Aldora and Alton have always respected each other's strengths, but in this tale we actually see, shall we say, a spark of emotional connection.
I received this book for free in order to review it.
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