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    The Tinkerer's Daughter

    Loved it couldent put it down each chapter made me want to know what happens next Huh waah oh sniff
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    Great read

    No disappointment with this book. Creative writing, thrilling plot, believable characters.
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    Flat and Forgettable

    I prefer character-driven stories, but the characters in this book are rather flat. They have no appreciable weaknesses, but plenty of strengths. They don't change much, and are essentially the same at the end of the book as they were at the start. A solid, driving plot can sometimes make up for flat characters, but the plot in this book was plodding and predictable. Nothing really happens until the middle of the book. Furthermore, the narrative time of this book robs it of some suspense. It is told in the style of the first person narrator reflecting on events in the past. Since she's looking back, it seems likely that she's going to survive the numerous times her life is in peril. On the plus side, the copy was relatively clean, and there was nothing offensive in this book.
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    YA novel - female engineer in male-dominated world

    First in a seriees (and which come before the Iron Horse books) this might have been a standard orphan discovers herself while growing up in hardship story but it somewhow manages to rise above that unfair outline. Part is due to the steam/clockwork punk setting - and the range of races in the world depicted. This is not to denigrate th author's style - a fast-moving story which has by no means an obvious happy ending... with several more volumes to follow.
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