This was an interesting novel, sort of Harry Dresden meets the Wild Wild West. While it really only flirts with being steampunk, it's still worth a read for those who are looking for something different. 

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Sounds fun. Might have to check it out sometime.

It was a lot of fun!

This definitely sounds like its right up my alley. I love the WWW. I feel the old west is just right for alternate history and SP.

In that case I think you'd really enjoy it!

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