Ivey Thornton is a headstrong girl who refuses to accept the bonds of matrimony. Her dreams of adventure quickly turn into a series of nightmares when shape-shifting killers infest the airship Monarch. In her struggle to survive, Ivey learns the value of friendships based on respect and trust, and finds herself strangely drawn to the reclusive young inventor she never wanted to marry. This steampunk fantasy is book one of the Aether’s Edge series from Pantala Press, and is geared for readers age 12 and older, and may be ordered from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other major online book vendors.
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ratings: 35 (avg rating 3.97)
Ivey and the Airship is a tale of horror and romance set in Aether, a steampunk world filled with airships and contraptions of unfathomable size and elegance. The storyline is simple at first, but it slowly spreads and weaves its way through your imagination as the plot develops and you get deeper into the story, meeting loads of great characters along the way. From killer leeches to power-hungry cipher machines, the book spirals in and out of Inception-like dream circles. Ivey and the Airship is definitely a book I would recommend to any reader of steampunk or adventure novels. – Evan Bordessa, GeekMom.com
“The characters in Ivey and the Airship are so compelling and convincing that I could not put the book down. Young Ivey’s growth is beautiful as she comes to grips with her gifts, thumbs her nose at this sci-fi Victorian society, saves the world, and—last but not least—claims the affection of the most eligible bachelor on the planet. Cheryl Ammeter’s writing is fresh, inventive, and so cinematic—I could easily visualize all the airships, monsters, and friends of the family. Ivey’s pet monster—the often invisible, ferocious ‘waterdog’—is a boffo creation. I want my own. Ivey and the Airship really has everything: adventure, romance, humor, large metaphors . . . and I loved the ending!” – Jane Howle, former publisher of Baskerville Publishers, Inc.