Magic Under Glass
Publish date: February 1st 2010
Pages no: 225
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Magic Under (#1)
Found as a steampunk book, the story started different from what I had expected. It soon turned into a wonderful, creative read that ended too soon. I love the way the story moves and also the writing is excellent. I promise I won't be jealous. Okay, not too long. If you like magic, automatons and s...
Sometimes a book just comes along which is just the right thing you needed to read at that moment in your life, and for me - "Magic Under Glass" was the perfect book at the exact right time. Set in an original fantasy world (which is very reminiscient of Victorian England... but if fairies, unicorns...
I’ve had Magic Under Glass on my to-read list for about two years. The first I heard of it was during the white-washing controversy (along with Justine Larbalestier’s Liar and Karen Healey’s Guardian of the Dead) and I thought that it sounded interesting enough. And then it continuously fell off and...
An fairly short enjoyable debut novel with elements of steampunk and "Jane Eyre". I decided to do a re-read as I was preparing to read the sequel, Magic Under Stone and needed a re-fresher.Nim is a trouser girl with little to call her own and when a mysterious gentleman offers to whisk her away to a...
There is a sweet simplicity to this story that really appealed to me. Like reading a fairy tale....which, I suppose, is exactly what this was. I liked it.