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Major Channing Channing of the Chesterfield Channings.... Jessie Send a noteboard - 16/11/2010 03:30:17 AM



.... is awesome.
As are these books. Do you know any more of a similar type? I've not read much steampunk, but this made me want more.
Advice, anyone?

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