FAQ About YA Fantasy Books

YA Fantasy Books
9 months ago | gizem

Are there any YA Fantasy books that incorporate steampunk elements?

Yes, there are several YA Fantasy books that incorporate steampunk elements, blending the fantastical with the Victorian-era aesthetics and steam-powered technology. Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction and fantasy that often takes place in a setting resembling the 19th-century Victorian era but with advanced machinery and steam-powered technology. Here are some YA Fantasy books that feature steampunk elements:

  • "Mortal Engines" by Philip Reeve: In a post-apocalyptic world, cities are mobile and devour each other for resources. The story follows Tom and Hester as they navigate this steampunk world.
  • "The Infernal Devices" series by Cassandra Clare: This trilogy is set in the Shadowhunter world during the Victorian era and features a mix of steampunk technology and magical elements.
  • "Leviathan" by Scott Westerfeld: The first book in the "Leviathan" trilogy is set in an alternate history of World War I, featuring living airships and fabricated creatures.
  • "The Girl with the Iron Touch" by Kady Cross: This book is part of "The Steampunk Chronicles" series, following a group of friends in a steampunk version of Victorian London.
  • "Etiquette & Espionage" by Gail Carriger: The first book in the "Finishing School" series is set in a steampunk world of manners, espionage, and supernatural creatures.
  • "Clockwork Angel" (The Infernal Devices) by Cassandra Clare: Another entry in "The Infernal Devices" trilogy, this book follows Tessa Gray's adventures in a steampunk version of London.
  • "The Aeronaut's Windlass" by Jim Butcher: This novel is the first book in "The Cinder Spires" series, featuring airships, elemental crystals, and a magical world.
  • "The Peculiar" by Stefan Bachmann: This dark fantasy is set in an alternate England, where magical beings coexist with humans.
  • "Gilded Cage" by Vic James: This book is the first in the "Dark Gifts" trilogy, which presents a world with a blend of magic and Victorian-era oppression.
  • "A Breath of Eyre" by Eve Marie Mont: The first book in the "Unbound" trilogy, it follows a modern-day girl who gets pulled into the world of "Jane Eyre" and must navigate through time and parallel universes.