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Boneshaker is a steampunk zombie story set in late 19th century Seattle. That sounded really cool to my book club. It turned out to be merely adequate.
The emotional core of the story is Briar Wilkes’ efforts to come to terms with the men in her life. She starts the story as the hardworking single mother of Zeke, trying to hide from her connections to her father and her ex-husband. At work, co-workers constantly deface her cubby with the name Blue. At home, she refuses to discuss her father. She apparently doesn’t even talk to her son much at all. Briar is forced to confront these relationships when her son goes under the wall. She accepts her father’s legacy, using his name to retrieve her son.