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by Seleste deLaney
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Ceridwen rated it 7 years ago
Due to a perfect storm of gin & tonics, cabin-visitation, and general slovenliness, I read roughly eleventy million pulp steampunk books this summer. Before they disappear into an undifferentiated stew of plucky scientist's daughters and clockwork corsets, I mean to write up just a little about each...
Ceridwen rated it 7 years ago
So that happened.
Britt's Books
Britt's Books rated it 8 years ago
Even better than Badlands, I loved how Clockwork Mafia really delved into the world and the characters more, providing more depth. I also love to see a character who readers previously didn't really like become sympathetic and lovable. Plus, I just love Seleste's writing :)
The Demon Librarian
The Demon Librarian rated it 9 years ago
Find more reviews at The Demon Librarian.Steam but no sizzle.I find myself slightly frustrated after finishing CLOCKWORK MAFIA. Like I've been short changed somehow. You see, its synopsis reads like that of any other romance novel—albeit a steampunk one—with a bit about the heroine and a bit about ...
Nocturnal Book Reviews
Nocturnal Book Reviews rated it 9 years ago
Fun, short, intriguing and left me hungry for more. Ironically for Carina Press title, the romance is not what keeps you hanging in this book. The romance is just there like an afterthought.What fascinates you is Henrietta's formidable character as a doctor and an inventor, and one pretty wicked vil...
myworldinwordsandpages rated it 9 years ago
I love this world! We start in the Union, but don't fret you'll be in the Badlands before you know it. Henrietta is different from Ever, but she has a steel backbone of her own and morals she will stick too. Loved reading Henri and the clockwork world revolving around her.****FULL REVIEW****Carso...
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