"Winds of Aerathiea"
I've always loved Steampunk sub-genre, so "Winds of Aerathiea" was a treat to read about how a crew could actually use an airship in contemporary times! Which, by the way, was a challenge of any plot that takes place in contemporary times--and author T.E. Adams came up with a good, & logical premise for such "Skycruisers."
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On Inkitt ebook reviews, I make sure NOT to spoil, so let's just say that Adams application of a popular sub-genre like Post-Apocalypse America had a refreshing twist & was key to the logic of having that Steampunk airship in the story.
Adams' treatment of the characters was very humane. I do remember from Composition classes that quotation marks at the end of sentences should be: Oh, So-and-So said, I like your money "problems." as an example. Good job!