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OM's knowledge of the workings of London in the late 19th Centrury along with the Steampunk genre work to weave a masterful piece. This book was hard to put down once I started. I really loved the book through and through. Miss Grey has a way of making the reader feel as though they are on this very same journey with Nickie Nick.
I hope in the future she returns to Nicole's outings as The Protector and Vampire Hunter along the streets of London. I want to know what the next adventure is. Can't wait for the second book in this series.
The delightful cast of orphans are bright and unique, and the relationships between the slayer and her friends are touching and heartfelt. Nicole's nanny is also her teacher and a witch, and I love the relationship between the two as the student struggles for independence, and earns it by story's end. The mysterious and tragic Ashe possesses all the standard makings of a vampire romance hero, while being complicated and interesting.
To judge by the title, you may be expecting zombies with parts dangling and a fetish for fresh human meat, but you won't find them here. Nor will you find the famous Mesmer. The villain uses mesmerism to create an army of zombie-like soldiers to achieve his evil goal. A decidedly breathtaking, and action-packed ending brings the tale to a satisfying end, and it will leave you wanting to know how soon before the next installment in Nickie Nick's adventures comes out. A story for young adults and adults alike. And exciting read that will keep you up well into the night clicking through the digital pages.
As she discovers her new powers, she is quickly thrown into danger, fighting vampires on the dark streets of London. But when a young boy is kidnapped by a non-vampire villain, she and her friends go on a rescue mission that takes them into an insane asylum.
From there she is reaching to save all of London from a sinister plot. The suspense never lets up until it's final conclusion.
I highly recommend this book for readers of all ages.
That's right, not only a slayer, a steampunk slayer. I am in heaven.
Grey has crafted a novel with utmost care that has many of the (now) genre specific ideas of steampunk seem so real that a reader who is not a fan of the genre will find themselves comfortable. On the other hand, hard core readers of steampunk will find much to love here as well.
Our heroine, Nickie, gets one of those Special birthday gifts. The ones that no one mentions because, well, they really aren't that much fun at first. Her gift? She is the Protector, specially gifted to protect the world from evil--specifically vampires which are generally (and thankfully) evil. With the help of her faithful nanny--who just happens to be a witch and assigned to train her when the time comes--Nickie begins to discover her place in this new world. Backing her up are a ragtag group of street urchins and a hero that I approve of for a change, really approve of. And, oh yeah, Nickie faces not just simple vampires and werewolves but an evil genius intent on world domination.
It's brilliant. It's fun. The heroine is tough enough to take it, but still a girl which is just awesome. She kills vampires and other nasties while wearing a corset!. If The Zombies of Mesmer is the future of the genre (and can I say a pretty please to the universe for that?) we are in for a treat. This has everything a book can offer and a bit more, except sadly, it ends. I think the author just forgot to add another three hundred pages so I wouldn't have to wait around for another volume. Hurry! Write more! Your fans are eagerly waiting and I might well swoon, if not downright expire, from the wait.