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I found the character development a bit lacking and the story quite predictable.
The group's lyricist and drummer Neil Peart co-authored the book with Kevin J. Anderson and it is a companion to the new Rush album by the same name.
It is a fun, easy read and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys dystopian adventures, fantasy… and especially Rush.
Much better, honestly, than I expected. If you like philosophical novels, Candide, Rush and or steampunk, read it and enjoy.Published 1 month ago by Matthew Gindin
Smooth reading. Goes well with some terrific music and perhaps a nice Canadian whiskey. Highly recommend. I hadn't read much steampunk but it seems to fit with Rush music. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Timfaraway
It was AWESOME to hear the story behind the amazing concept album. My only problem with it was that the prologue gave away some things that happened in the end. Read morePublished 3 months ago by strikesbeme
I found this to be a very good book, it not only was a coming of age story, but also a freedom versus tyranny story set in the steampunk genre. Very nicely done.Published 3 months ago by Michael H. Weekley
Through Chapter 1 and it's great so far! Reading it with my oldest Daughter, a mad Rush fan. We're both enjoying it immensely. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arthur H. Johnson II
Let me preface stating that I love RUSH and I have for the past 25 Years. I enjoy steampunk and I have been reading Fantasy for at least 30 years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joe