Gaia's Brood

Gaia's Brood

10.8K Reads 1.7K Votes 51 Part Story
Nick Travers By NickTravers Updated May 06, 2017

Airships, dastardly deeds and mayhem abound in this complete Dystopian Steampunk adventure for Young Adults.

The day after Nina Swift's 21st birthday, she sets out to retrace her famous mother's final, fatal journey.

Within days she's wanted for murder, arson, manslaughter, and piloting an unlicensed airship. Suddenly, everyone, including the psychopathic Lieutenant Borker, wants a slice of her. Literally.

Join the fabulous Nina Swift ducking and diving her way through a dystopian future via friendship, adventure, betrayal, and assassins. As Nina dives into the mystery of her mother's past, she discovers shocking things about herself, and about the greatest secret of the age..

Nina Swift is a force to be reckoned with - a steampunk Jessica Jones.

Appreciation for Gaia's Brood:
"This is probably the most amazing indie story I've ever read. The descriptive words used paint the picture so vividly it's almost as if I'm watching a movie and the words simply help narrate. Incredible!" Lyrical_love22 (Wattpad fan)

"Gaia's Brood is incredibly well crafted! Can't stop reading it." @Alkinea (Author of the Blue and Green Fairy Tales).

  • action
  • adult
  • adventure
  • airships
  • cyberpunk
  • deiselpunk
  • dystopian
  • future
  • futurepast
  • overpopulation
  • sciencefiction
  • scifi
  • slipstream
  • society
  • steampunk
  • victorian
  • western
  • wildwest
  • ya
  • young
Meta-Ray Meta-Ray Nov 21, 2015
So far, it's not too bad. I would say the only thing tha bothers me is a lack of physical detail described in the work but that could just be a preference. Keep up the writing!
RayAtkinson RayAtkinson Jul 05, 2015
Great introduction, great characters and interesting world you are building. Have a vote old boy!
- - Jul 03, 2015
Red headed air ship captain rogue on mysterious mission.....
Next_JK_Rowling Next_JK_Rowling Dec 29, 2013
Gorgeous cover and captivating introduction. I'm glad I stumbled across this.
Belikeafish Belikeafish Oct 12, 2013
This is wonderful. I like how you explain the way she remembers her mother, while not getting to wordy. Love it.