Tags: All Men of Genius
All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rosen Guest Post: It’s a Mad Mad Mad Science by Lev AC Rosen

Today I’m happy to share a guest post about mad scientists by Lev AC Rosen! His debut novel, All Men of Genius, was one of my favorite books I read last year (my review). I was quite drawn to the idea of this steampunk novel inspired by both William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, and it ended up being just as wonderful as it sounded. The story mainly follows Violet, a young woman with an extraordinary gift for […]

Review of All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rosen

All Men of Genius is a debut novel by Lev AC Rosen. It’s a steampunk story set in England that draws inspiration from William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Violet Adams is a mechanical genius of extraordinary talent. Unfortunately, she’s also not allowed into Illyria, the world’s best college for the sciences, which only admits men as students. When Violet’s father is away for a year to go to a series of conferences in […]

Guest Post: Lev AC Rosen Shares Steampunk Interior Design Tips

Today I am pleased to have a guest post by Lev AC Rosen, author of the new book All Men of Genius (which was just released yesterday!). The book is a steampunk adventure inspired by William Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde – specifically, their respective plays Twelfth Night and The Importance of Being Earnest. As you may have seen, I was quite interested in this book. I ended up starting it as soon as I finished what I had been reading […]

All Men of Genius by Lev AC Rosen The Leaning Pile of Books

This week brought two unsolicited review copies, both of which I’m very excited about. One of these books has actually already been reviewed here since I picked up an ARC at BEA – The Children of the Sky by Vernor Vinge, the sequel to A Fire Upon the Deep.  I haven’t read it myself yet (John read and reviewed it), but I am planning to since I really enjoyed A Fire Upon the Deep when I read it earlier this […]