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Le Mystère du drake mécaniste (Emma Bannon & Archibald Clare) (Fantastique) (French Edition) - Community Reviews back

by Lilith Saintcrow
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A Misfit Reader
A Misfit Reader rated it 4 years ago
Hello everyone and how's it going? I hope you all are doing awesome! As for me I am feeling fantastic, excited, a little bit scared, and amazing! Why? You might be asking. Well, that's because that secret thing I was working on just got back to me and that is. It may not be a big deal for some, but ...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
This book wasn't at all what I was expecting, but I really enjoyed it a whole lot. :) The first book in The Bannon and Clare Affairs series introduces us to quite the colourful cast of characters. Emma Bannon, the Prime sorceress. Archibald Clare, the mentath with almost supernatural powers o...
Steamy reads with a dollop of magic, mystery and hot... hot men
This was my second attempt at reading this book - the first time I managed only 10% - this time I was determined but reached the 50% mark and decided my time is too valuable for subjecting myself to bad books of this calibre.Let's start with the story. It was a mess. The first chapter or two there...
Proctosophy rated it 7 years ago
Very good, diverting read. I'm impressed at Ms. Saintcrow's alternate Britain, and how fully she immerses the reader therein. The plot is strong with the tension ratcheted up all the way to the end. Her characters are all memorable, though Ms. Bannon is a bit of a Mary Sue, with magical resources th...
NinthWanderer rated it 7 years ago
I wanted to love this book. Really. I’ve had a fascination with Victorian London since childhood (if there is such a thing as reincarnation, I’m pretty sure I lived there in a past life), and with magic and fantasy and more recently with steampunk, and I follow the author on Twitter and read her blo...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 7 years ago
Steampunk, dragons, conspiracies galore! If there is one author I can depend on for amazingly well crafted world building, it would be Ms. Saintcrow. She impresses me again with this Steampunk work. The words she uses here require quite a bit of contextual learning. I felt my brain chugging alon...
jmihalik rated it 7 years ago
1 star, DNF. This book wasn't for me, even though I was looking forward to it based on the description. I almost gave up in the first chapter, but kept going thinking things would improve. Fourteen chapters later, that was not the case.It's too bad, because the world has the potential to be reall...
myworldinwordsandpages rated it 7 years ago
A story with an alternate Victorian Era of elegance, full of crafted magic, touch of steampunk style mystery, and a cunning of Sherlock Holmes creating a memorable and stunning partnership of Emma Bannon and Archibald Clare.****FULL REVIEW****Emma Bannon might have been a late to save one unregister...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 8 years ago
A fun alternate history tribute to magic and mystery in a London that wasn't.
New,Borrowed,Used rated it 8 years ago
rating: 3.5
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