Couldn't get into this book and gave up at about page 75.
This book seemed to provide a good stand alone story; but I am sure I missed some background by not reading the first novel in the series.
It's just insane to try to watch a character as crazy as her go about her detective work when her flaws never make any sense.
Couldn't get into this book and gave up at about page 75. Too weird for me, and probably harder to understand if you haven't read the first book in the series.Published on June 23, 2012 by Ron
This is a series of three novels set in a "Steampunk" Universe that includes a large population of Nineteenth Century fictional and historical characters. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by Philip K. Jones
This book is pulp fiction at its worst. While I've enjoyed a decent amount of pulp in the past due to its raw/unpolished and somewhat experimental nature, this felt like the... Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by Nolian
One of the many complaints about steampunk from those who dont' like the genre is that they are too dark and retro-futuristic, which is an attention-intensive and sometimes hard... Read morePublished on November 6, 2011 by CC Thomas
Pulpy, fun (albeit in a grimdark kind of way), and seriously, *seriously* bizarre.
A little slow to get going, but once it did, it hurtled. Read more
This is a "sort of" follow up to the novel "The Bookman" by Lavie Tidhar. I really enjoyed Bookman, so was pleased to find this novel. Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by Teresa Pietersen
It's hard to give this book a clear genre. I think you'd have to call it steampunk, through there is so much else going on as well that it could be any number of other things:... Read morePublished on May 17, 2011 by Cassie Humphreys