Rated 7.61 out of 10 Statistics
Audience: Young-Adult, Steampunk, Fantasy, Dieselpunk, Action, Intrigue
Occasional Coarse Language
Overall Rating: 7.611
Average Rating: 9 (Guests), 10 (Members)
Rating Count: 2 (1 Guests, 1 members)
1 indicates a weighted rating.
"A weekly serial chronicling the adventures of Tom Cain and his misfit crew as they try to unravel the mysteries surrounding their airship Hecate and the plague of psychosis-inducing Mist which is slowly destroying human civilization."
What readers are saying about Orphans of the Celestial Sea:
"ARG! You swine! I must know what happens next! Great opening chapter. If you can sustain this pace, you have an absolute winner."
"Great writing, very much looking forward to more."
"This was fantastic. I absolutely love the ideas behind it, and the use of accented dialogue was superb. A lot of people can't pull that off but you did it well. Awesome how you combine aspects of steampunk, fantasy, and zombies."
"Wow! Again, exciting and loads of momentum. I love it."
In rescuing three young women from psychotic Draggers, Tom Cain lost two crewmates, his berth on the airship Myrmidon and he very nearly lost his life, but that’s just the beginning of his problems. The four teens recover the abandoned airship Hecate, and flee in her, only to find a stranger named Ishara is stowed away. Ishara has secrets that can save humanity from a slow, painful slide into the depths of madness, but her brain has been scrambled. On a good day she knows where she is and who she is. Orphans of the Celestial Sea is a weekly serial chronicling the adventures of Tom Cain and his misfit crew as they try to unravel the mysteries surrounding their airship Hecate and the plague of psychosis-inducing Mist which is slowly destroying human civilization.
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Readers who enjoy fantastical tales, and young ensemble casts will enjoy both series.
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