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  • Really good steampunk style sci fi

    Really enjoyed the book i hope more books will be released

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  • YA Steampunk fantasy action

    Steampunk fantasy invites a huge amount of visualisation. The author does a good job of leading the way descriptively whilst leaving the imaginative reader space to fill in. Meanwhile the action is relentless. The unapologetic endowment of life, feelings and foibles into the created mechanical beings contrasts with other spiritless automatons built essentially as weapons. Webley, the 'Creator', comes across as remarkably mortal, quirky and troubled - his created son has turned against him and built an army of fantastical mechanical creatures who are soulless, destructive and evil. It is against these that the biological YA human protagonists and the small motley alliance around Webley, fight and battle, as action relentlessly permeates the story. The relationship between Adal and Arija, the two joshing teenagers who find themselves plunged into this weird world, begins to develop into something more than just their shared values of bravery and courage.

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  • Snark overkill

    The jaded, snarky, aggressive dialogue between the main characters is overwhelmingly overdone but if you like mean sarcasm between friends, this book is for you.

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