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    The Ghost Engine is a standalone underrated novel.

    The Ghost Engine is a standalone underrated novel mixture of steampunk and sci-fi with an epic dose of women power. Told from the view point of Berd, a young woman with a too modern mind in a time when woman were not allowed to have thoughts of their own, I was taken on a journey inside a machine widely used today.  The plot was nothing new or fresh but it was well written. The writing style is a formal 1800s style with a simplistic style to it making it easy to read and understand. The setting was visually descriptive enough for me to be able to get engulf into the where the characters were.  I truly did enjoy the read but there was something missing. That certain 'je ne sais quoi.' The story did not have depth. It was simply a fun read that did not ouch my heart in any significant manner. It is not a book that would cross my mind again in the future. 

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