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The Alchemy of Stone’ is a delight, if dark steampunk allegories appeals, and it did to me. I highly recommend this novel. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wistful Angst
This is by far one of the better Steam Punk books.
It focuses on Alchemy and Machinery all in the Victorian style and the steam, while minimal, the time period rings... Read more
Wonderful little Sci if Gothic story about love and community and difficult choices. Delightful read full of vivid descriptions and characters you will wish you really knew.Published 9 months ago by KGA
Great book!! Gives me a new way to look at A.I. and machines. Very sad ending though. A must read!Published 18 months ago by TJ
This book is about a female clockwork automaton. She's an alchemist living on her own, but she's still technically beholden to her creator, since he has the key. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eric Juneau
Neat universe, cool setting but story marred by boring, passive protagonist surrounded by uninteresting characters and a goofy amount of 'right place, right time' moments. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brent Disbrow
The language is beautiful, and there are a number of fascinating concepts brought up about socialization as seen from an outsider, but the story loses it's focus about midway... Read morePublished on September 16, 2013 by Renata Fossett
This is quite an original story, rather sad but quite satisfying. It has some unusual twists and turns, unexpected beauty and startling plot twists and logic. Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by E. Dent
I never knew the word ennui could be used so often in a book. :) I haven't ever read a steam punk fantasy, and I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished on May 4, 2013 by Beth Gardner