Best 128 of Steampunk quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 20 Sep

A. F. Stewart

You’ll have to do better than that chaps, if you want to kill me!

By Anonym 15 Sep

K. W. Jeter

Distruggere qualcosa è il modo migliore d'imparare.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. C. Barrus

What do you mean, my life is at risk?" I questioned. "From one of the other professors?" "Oh, it goes much deeper than that, Freddy," he said with a half crazed, wide eyed smile. Leaning in, he whispered, "I stole something.

By Anonym 20 Sep

S. C. Barrus

When John-Joseph Heller's fights became too much of a sure thing, story has it he moved on to more risky fights with grown men and even starved dogs. Though he was scarred often, he was never beaten. But as he brought each opponent to his knees, John-Joseph Heller was also growing up and his vision began to extend further than the ring.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Katherine Mcintyre

The way he spoke to me, the admiration in his gaze, reminded me so, so much of myself staring at Morris, eyes reaching for the stars.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Nila N. Brown

When you read my stories, I want you to see the world through my eyes; as if I based my work on you. Come away with me, and I'll show you a world that you've never seen before or ever want to leave.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Maeve Alpin

A priest, who came from a land far away and wed priestess Seshat, used powerful magic for Pharaoh Tutimaeus. With his invention of a horseless chariot and magic men who blew steam, the Egyptians defeated the Hyksos warriors.” He felt his mouth quirk and a deep chuckle rolled from his belly. “Well, an Egyptian priest is a quite a step up from assistant to the conservator of the Louvre.” - As Timeless As Stone

By Anonym 18 Sep

R. M. Stuart

Soffia le ultime parole, sorreggendosi a me. È creta tra le mie dita che tremano. Sì, tremano perché vorrebbero farla sentire al sicuro, invece sono io ad angosciarla. Non le rispondo – Cosa potrei risponderle? – ma la forgio al mio petto, tra le pareti di questo corridoio buio più della mia anima, più del nostro futuro, più delle certezze: Rose è la sola luce nella mia esistenza programmata, il solo astro capace di rischiarire le tenebre del cuore.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Katherine Mcintyre

Geoff’s arm emanated with a solid warmth I longed for after our days aboard S.S. British-Craphole.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Renee Lauter

And what do you know of monsters?!" "There are none, save the evil monsters that masquerade as men or women.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. C. Barrus

There are creatures in this world, small things and pretty things, which burn within them a fire for survival.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kat Daughtry

A collection of chairs seems to show someone that is used to resting while others get the work done. I have no use for finely crafted furniture.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sophia Elaine Hanson

Freedom is a state of mind.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Courtney Brandt

And now we both blushed, because things like changing one’s garments should not be discussed among a Queen and one of her subjects.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jim Butcher

When Predator sailed into war, she sang. The rapid winds and rising shrieks suddenly blended into a single harmonious tone. Lines in the rigging and the yards and the masts themselves quivered in time, and began giving off their own notes of music, in harmony with one another. As the speed increased, the chord rose and rose, and built and built, until it reached a crescendo of pure, eerie, inhuman fury. Grimm felt the music rise around him, felt the ship straining eagerly to her task, and his own heart raced in fierce exultation in time with her. Every line of the ship, every smudge upon her decks, every stain upon the leathers of his aeronauts leapt into his mind in vibrant detail. He could feel the ship's motion, forward and down, could feel the wind of her passage, could feel the rising terror of his crew. One of the men screamed--one of them always did--and then the entire crew joined in with Predator, shrieking their battle cries together with their ship's. The ship would not fail them--Grimm knew it; he felt it, the way he could feel sunlight on his face or the rake of wind in his hair.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Monica Serra

Ticchettio d'ingranaggi. Rumore di pistoni. Sbuffi di vapore. Boyle. Rufus Leddy Boyle, lo scienziato pazzo. Henry sentì crescere dentro di sé la paura, come albume d'uovo montato a neve. In che mani era finito? Tentò ancora di muoversi, ma invano. L'ombra dell'uomo che aveva appena parlato gli coprì il viso. «So che potete sentirmi, lord Demison. Sono il colonnello Comask». Pausa. Anche l'uomo chiamato “dottor Boyle” entrò nel campo visivo di Henry. Poi il colonnello proseguì: «Avete servito egregiamente la corona, ma date le circostanze, credo che sia opportuno congedarvi. Non c'è urgenza di recuperare i documenti. E, almeno per il momento, la vostra missione è compiuta». Fece un saluto militare. «Ci rivedremo a Londra». Salutò il dottore e se ne andò. Henry era ancora impossibilitato a muoversi. Vide il dottor Boyle farsi più vicino e togliersi gli occhialini di protezione. Gli lesse negli occhi una strana mescolanza di orgoglio e compassione. «Bentornato tra i civili, lord Demison», disse l'uomo con insolita dolcezza. «E benvenuto nella vostra nuova vita».

By Anonym 17 Sep

Courtney Brandt

My station has barely recovered from the massacre, and we have not held my formal coronation, not to mention the fact I am only eighteen years of age and have no parent present. How on earth do people expect me to find a husband in all of this nonsense?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Betsy Cornwell

I had rescued myself entirely.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kristin Bailey

He could sit in the dust and dark of the carriage house and rot for the rest of his life. Clearly that's what he wished to do. It was not my place to get in the way of so profound a destiny.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Cynthia D. Witherspoon

These violators responded only as cowards could. They ran.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Gwynn White

Lynx stood and raced to the camp. “Attend to our injured!” She unsheathed a machete and made for Hare’s killer. Heron grabbed her wrist. “Wait. He’s still conscious.” “Then he will feel my machete,” she replied, voice like ice.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Katherine Mcintyre

The last thing I remembered was joining the crew in a rendition of “Take to the Sky,” but the rest of the time blurred after I drank absinthe with the Captain.

By Anonym 19 Sep

S. C. Barrus

The tools of their trade were simple, effective things: iron knuckles, saps and the like. But the iconic tool of the scuttler arsenal was a woven leather belt with a heavy iron or brass buckle used to decrease intelligence one wallop at a time.

By Anonym 18 Sep

S. C. Barrus

That is the difference between great men and small, we great are willing to do the hard things, the uncomfortable things to ensure we succeed.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stefan Bachmann

He had an image in his mind of a gaggle of long-necked geese, all done up in petticoats and crinolines, sitting around a stuffy parlor and talking about him.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. S. Morin

It takes use to make knowledge worthwhile.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Charles Stross

Steampunk is nothing more than what happens when Goths discover brown.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Katherine Mcintyre

She found it hard to ignore the uncomfortable feelings that emerged or the delicious smell of him, all earth and amber. Her hand twitched with the desire to run her fingers through his rust-red hair.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Letizia Loi

Il Destino però è un essere capriccioso e beffardo, e un anno dopo avvenne quella che sui libri di storia venne in seguito riportata come la Grande Mutazione. A oggi gli scienziati non sono in grado di spiegarla, si pensa sia dovuta a una sostanza sconosciuta, presente nell’acqua o nell’atmosfera terrestre; ancora non è stato possibile chiarire gli estremi di tale avvenimento. Di fatto – come il lettore ha già ben presente – in tutto il mondo alcune persone, all’apparenza geneticamente predisposte, cominciarono a mutare. Solo pochi fortunati, una persona su cinque, si salvarono. Io fui tra questi, Holmes no.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Cynthia D. Witherspoon

New blood makes all the difference...

By Anonym 18 Sep

A. F. Stewart

She holstered her weapon, raising the hem of her skirts and stepping lightly around the dead bodies.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Criss Jami

A steampunk nation Baby pollution rises up then the loving comes arraigning 'cause Our art's official and only partially artificial And our heart's in the middle of sharp hardened shards of metal but There's not where it settles Because it's beating to the steaming of God's hottest pot or kettle And now we face it, this creation we made to To save our craving for a synthetic rebelnation it's Our safeway they make into a pathetic revelation In our steampunk nation Our steampunk nation

By Anonym 18 Sep

Heather Massey

Sometimes he felt as if he'd been born in the wrong century. The people of this time were all wrong for him, and he was all wrong for them. But he refused to become something he wasn't just for society's approval.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michelle Frost

This time he had no choice but to look into her eyes. He did not look away. It was the bright fierce gaze that she remembered so vividly from their first meeting. He’d reminded her of an eagle, the Castellan of Amyth

By Anonym 15 Sep

Roche Montoya

Darling, you know how I like the sight of a stiff one.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Hodder

Here lies the body of Colonel Cornell’s. The rest of the fellow, I fancy, in hell is.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Courtney Brandt

Did Jonathan not realize that sometimes a girl didn’t want to be honorable? That sometimes young women had the same desires and needs as young men?

By Anonym 18 Sep

J. C. Morrows

Seriously man, what are you waiting for? Get in there - or I will." - Marek Montvene

By Anonym 17 Sep

Courtney Brandt

My reign has been anything but traditional. Let’s not start now, shall we?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dexter Palmer

She is mad, and I am sane. To speak to her, even the first word, would be an acknowledgement and an acceptance of her madness, and from there I would have no choice but to follow her down the hole until both of us would be here alone in this ship among the clouds, endlessly circling the earth, our needs carefully ministered to by mechanical men, howling ourselves hoarse and counting off the ticks of the clock before the moon falls out of the sky.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Betsy Cornwell

I do the same with my books...Nothing like a good argument in the margins with someone who's already said all they have to say on the subject.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Cherie Priest

Steampunk is what happens when goths discover brown

By Anonym 19 Sep

Allan Frewin Jones

Through the haze, bulbous shapes drifted to and fro about the town. Silka guessed they were the dirigibles of which her father had sometimes spoken--great elongated bags of gas ribbed and hung with gondolas, powered by grinding engines, gouting steam, and sparks as they cruised like airborne pigs, filled with passengers and cargoes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Gail Dayton

She gathered herself up- rather like collecting her skirts before mountibg a carriage

By Anonym 17 Sep

Richard Due

Never mess with the Fez.” —Heather Peaceout, Black Fez, Second Order

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dexter Palmer

The machines of this place are failing, and the woman and I are here all alone. The perpetual motion engine, as brilliant and beautiful as it is, is running down—nothing lasts forever. But before this little world falls out of the sky there still might be time enough for redemption. There is still time for me to say the words that I should have had the courage to say at the beginning. There is still time, perhaps, for one more miracle. Hello, Miranda.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Richard Due

Do not stare directly into his eyes!” she warned, in an accent I couldn’t place. “Why not?” I said, but she was already too late. I was staring directly into his eyes too. “Because they are dreamy, and endless, and magical. And then when you learn what a terrible boy he is, your heart will turn into a black husk of doom.” I blinked off the spell of the boy’s eyes. “Wait, what?” —Nimet Simit and Willa Snap, conversing on the power of Ravenlock Sward's eyes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Katherine Mcintyre

I lifted a brow. “You’re not going to try to blow up our ship, are you?

By Anonym 18 Sep

G. D. Falksen

Steampunk is Victorian science fiction

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michelle Frost

Rejoice in the colours…