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Young Adult Steampunk Books
Killer of Enemies
by Joseph Bruchac

In a world that has barely survived an apocalypse that leaves it with pre-twentieth century technology, Lozen is a monster hunter for four tyrants who are holding her family hostage
Fever Crumb
by Philip Reeve

Raised by a member of the Order of Engineers, apprentice Fever is dispatched to assist archaeologist Kit Solvent with a top-secret project that causes Fever to recall bizarre memories that raise questions about her origins.
Steampunk!: An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories
by Kelly Link

In the first major YA steampunk anthology, 14 top storytellers push the genre's mix of sci-fi, fantasy, history and adventure in fascinating new directions. Authors include M. T. Anderson, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Cory Doctorow, Garth Nix and many others.
by Catherine Fisher

Believing he comes from the world outside his vast prison where inmates survive in dilapidated cities and metal forests, 17-year-old Finn dreams of escaping when he finds a crystal key that allows him to communicate with a girl who believes she can help him escape.
The Dark Unwinding
by Sharon Cameron

Traveling to her eccentric uncle's remote English estate to commit him to an asylum where he will not be able to squander their family's fortune, Katharine Tulman discovers that her uncle is actually a genius inventor who employs hundreds of people he has rescued from London workhouses.
by Scott Westerfeld

It's 1914 and Europe is on the precipice of war--the German Clankers and British Darwinists are armed with futuristic weaponry and biotechnology; in the midst of the chaos, Alek, a royal and potential threat to the throne, and Deryn, a common Darwinist, meet on the run and forge an uneasy alliance that will dramatically change the course of the Great War and their lives.
Mortal Engines
by Philip Reeve

In London, which is now a huge 7-tiered city comprised of metal, Tom, a lowly apprentice, saves the life of Thaddeus Valentine, a renowned architect, only to find himself left for dead in a sea of mud, in an epic story of intrigue, betrayal, and Municipal Darwinism.
by Kenneth Oppel

Set in the early twentieth century in a world where the airplane hasn't been invented, a young boy takes to the skies aboard an airship where he plays an important role in fierce battles that are fought high in the sky.
Ship Breaker
by Paolo Bacigalupi

In a futuristic world, teenaged Nailer scavenges copper wiring from grounded oil tankers for a living, but when he finds a beached clipper ship with a girl in the wreckage, he has to decide if he should strip the ship for its wealth or rescue the girl