Sky Pirates Over London : Galvanic Century

  • by Michael Coorlim
  • Narrated by Dawn Hyde
  • Series: Galvanic Century
  • 1 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Chronicles of a Gentlewoman is an action-packed thriller series set in an alternate history Victorian steampunk world. In her debut adventure, Aldora Fiske takes to the skies for the good of the people.
London has been besieged by strange and powerful airships targeting the city's shipping.
The poor starve and the rich must ration their luxuries, while the blockaders have made no demands. Parliament and the Home Office have done nothing to rectify the situation, and though it's hardly proper, sometimes a gentlewoman must act while the men debate.
Aldora Fiske is a woman of wealth and taste, and is not content to sit by and let the intolerable situation stand. With the help of an alcoholic pilot and brilliant inventor Nicola Tesla, she must stop the sky pirate's villainy, or all of London will starve in their shadow.'
Who Is Aldora Fiske?
Aldora Fiske is nothing if not proper, but the further she gets from London's social season the more daring she gets. Ever the gentlewoman, she takes pride in her ability to set things right.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Airships, sword play, & Aldora Fiske

What did you love best about Sky Pirates Over London?

Aldora Fiske - from her name to her deeds. She was quite fun to follow around, especially her interactions with Jack Fowler.

What did you like best about this story?

The steampunk London setting, the prim & proper mixed with hand to hand combat, and the threatening umbrella.

What about Dawn Hyde’s performance did you like?

She was a great choice for Aldora Fiske.

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- DabOfDarkness

Don't spend your money!

While the idea of this story is brilliant, the execution of storytelling is most decidedly not! Having not read the print version of this book, I don't know if the reader is in experienced, inept or the writing so hard to comprehend that she cannot decipher how to read the story. I was really looking forward to this book, but can't abide listening to such a broken and poorly read piece.
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- M. A. Schulz

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-06-2013
  • Publisher: Michael Coorlim