Book of

Leviathan, by Scott Westerfeld, illustrated by Keith Thompson

Steampunk + genetic engineering + August 1914 + girl-in-disguise = gripping, ripping yarn. The only swordfight is a fencing lesson, but we can always hope for more in the next volume, eagerly awaited. I see a strong influence from Temeraire, too, which is of course a Good Thing.

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