Publish date: November 23rd 2010
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
My main complaint with The Explosionist was the sudden cliffhanger, which read like the author had abruptly run out of paper in the middle of a scene. Up till the end I had been quite enjoying that first book, so when Davidson produced a sequel I was all prepared to be forgiving. Unfortunately for m...
I did not like this book. I was bored by it rather fast, thus I did not bother finishing it.
A followup to the excellent alternate history, The Explosionist—which was a Tiptree Honor book a couple of years ago. I loved the first book (it's partially set in Scotland which warmed this cold heart!) and have been looking forward to this one since. Invisible Things takes up a little after the fi...
I really enjoyed The Explosionist–alternate history! mysteries! Scotland!–and so I was expecting to have the same reaction to Invisible Things. Unfortunately, I wasn’t nearly as entranced. I’m not sure exactly why this is, and plenty of other reviewers have liked it just as much as the first book, s...
Jenny Davidson's sophmore novel, INVISIBLE THINGS, is one of the most beautifully written novels I've read this year. That, coupled with regular mentions of characters like Niels Bohr and Alfred Nobel, cause the reader to feel as though they're peering not only into the past, but into something terr...
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