In addition to a great review in Romantic Times and in Fangoria, Bookgasm has just reviewed The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities—a full three weeks before the publication date. It gives a nice sneak peek at the book, and really gets what we were trying to do, calling it “amazingly creative and delightful.” And, as with any cabinet of curiosities, “This is a book you keep on your nightstand or end table to pick up and dip into every now and then, rather than read from cover-to-cover in a few sittings. But you’re likely to find it hard to resist reading more than one entry in any of the various sections once you begin.”
I’ll cheerily will note, though: this is not a steampunk anthology. It’s an antho that contains some stories with steampunk elements, but if you don’t like steampunk you’ll find that most of the antho isn’t related to that subgenre at all.