The Flash Gold Boxed Set, Chronicles I-III

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Flash Gold
Hunted
Peacemaker

This collection of steampunk adventures includes three novellas (85,000 words total). More

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Words: 84,300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310819032
About Lindsay Buroker

Lindsay is a full-time independent fantasy author who loves travel, hiking, tennis, and vizslas. She grew up in the Seattle area but moved to Arizona when she realized she was solar-powered.

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Review by: Diane Lang on June 15, 2014 :
When I found out Lindsay Buroker was writing a fourth Flash Gold story, I promptly sat down to reread the first three stories, now nicely bundled in this boxed set. They were just as entertaining this time around! Kali is smart, feisty and an exceptionally gifted mechanic living in the cold Yukon. She teams up with Cedar, a bounty hunter, in order to earn enough money to build an airship to fly away south. They both have secrets and neither are very trusting. There are plenty of very bad people to evade and outwit, lots of amazing action, air ships and other wonderful steampunk devices to enjoy.

Lindsay creates wonderful characters which she proceeds to test to their limits. There is humor, a touch of romance and the occasional trademark Buroker explosions to keep things interesting. If you like steampunk, these stories are great examples of the genre.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: André Dias on June 15, 2014 :
Lindsay Buroker, the author of Emperor's Edge, has shown us a tendency for explosions, witty female characters, and more than physically capable men, who are deviated from their original path to a more sinuous road, all due to one female character.

Well, this collection of novellas has it all as the main female character is the only person known to held the series-title "Flash Gold", which makes her a terribly delicious mark for bounty-hunters. However, this female character is more than capable of defending herself, albeit not always in the most protective of ways, as it usually ensures the destruction of one or two things along the way.

Nevertheless, Flash Gold makes up for more than satisfying read, as Buroker grants us with yet another page-turner of a story, as spellbinding in its conception as the series' Flash Gold itself.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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