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    Rambling and Pointless

    I like the metaphor that Engn represents, but I feel like this book was way too long. I think the first half of the book could be reduced to a couple of chapters. The style is very verbose and sprawling. I also prefer stories with more character development. Finn is quite flat and rather emotionless and he doesn't change much through the story. Also, the characters all kind of sound like each other. Finally, I was really cheesed by the climax, in which the hero of the story spent the climactic moment sprawled on the floor while another character took out the bad guy. It left me feeling very cheated as a reader and wondering what the point of it all was. On the plus side, the book did not offend me. It was nice to read steampunk that doesn't focus on the middle and upper classes for a change. And for readers whom it matters, there was zero sex, and the violence was quite tame and appropriate for the story.
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