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The Game Called Revolution (Infini Calendar Book 1) by [Kinkade, Scott]
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  • File Size: 698 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Scott Kinkade; 2 edition (February 25, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 25, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0049B2CRA
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I wish i could have liked this more On the plus side it has lots of imagination and it moves along
On the negative it is poorly written. Modern language is inappropriate for historical novel. It really is not a historical novel since there i much about the french revolution that is inaccurate here. Part of the joys of steam punk is the touch of historical with the fantasy. The dialog is awkward and silly. There is a lot to like but lot that makes me cringe. and it's not in the plot.
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I say! What a ride! A very different steampunk novel, there are plenty of heroic characters and villains that I felt involved with and I particularly liked the way the author used Enlightenment-era inventions.
A thoroughly ripping yarn with a different take on Steampunk. To be honest I feel that there may be a few too many fog-bound London adventures, so it's exciting to get out into Paris and revolution-torn Europe.
Well worth a read.
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"The Game Called Revolution" by Scott Kinkade is a steam-punk novel set during the French Revolution. A group of elite knights led by Jeanne de Fleur try to defend King Louis of France from attack. I think certain parts of the book could have been fleshed out more, while others not so much. The descriptions were somewhat narrow and there were some grammatical errors. In saying that, the concept was good, characters were enjoyable...overall a pleasant read.
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