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- Print Length: 169 pages
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- Publisher: Apokrupha (March 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BCTN6DK
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It is a mystery, and boy, do I love a mystery and an adventure. From the word go, it invites you to turn the page and find out what happens (and, in the case of this series, what has happened, and why). It's like Miss Fischer's meets Indiana Jones.
If that's not enough, the characters, which were good enough in previous installments, but probably the weakest link, are much more fleshed out and detailed here. I cared more for Folley, Mallory (as well as the rest of the cast) more than I did previously. The romance never feels forced, but natural and right. In so many mediums romance is misplayed- characters are shoved together by the quote-unquote need for there to be romance, or they wait too long and misplay it entirely. That doesn't happen here- the romance never takes from the action or the mystery, but adds depth to it, and vice versa.
Top to bottom, Tobler's writing is outstanding, and this is her best work yet. The writing is gorgeous, the characters and wonderful, the adventure is gripping. If you like anything in the vein of mystery, adventure or just plain steampunk, this is a must-read.
In this volume, we see more of Cleo, the Mistral agent with the amazing mechanical arms, and learn how she got them, a story that left her uncertain of her future. I was fascinated by the eventual revelation of the source of her arms, and hope to see more in the next book about how she moves on with her life.
This moved the series forward nicely, and I'm ready to read the next!
If you're a fan of Mary Robinette Kowal's <i>Glamourist</i> series, you'll like this (alt-historical, time-travel, steampunk, lightly-romantic, magical) fantasy series, as well.