The Girl in the Steel Corset
In 1897 England, sixteen-year-old Finley Jayne has no one…except the "thing" inside herWhen a young lord tries to take advantage of Finley, she fights back. And wins. But no normal Victorian girl has a darker side that makes her capable of knocking out a full-grown man with one punch.Only Griffin... show more
In 1897 England, sixteen-year-old Finley Jayne has no one…except the "thing" inside herWhen a young lord tries to take advantage of Finley, she fights back. And wins. But no normal Victorian girl has a darker side that makes her capable of knocking out a full-grown man with one punch.Only Griffin King sees the magical darkness inside her that says she's special, says she's one of them. The orphaned duke takes her in from the gaslit streets, against the wishes of his band of misfits. And Finley thinks she might finally be a part of something, finally fit in—until a criminal mastermind known as the Machinist threatens to tear the group apart….Included for the first time in print, meet Finley in her first adventure The Strange Case of Finley Jayne the novella prequel to The Girl in the Steel Corset!
Publish date: April 17th 2012
Pages no: 476
Edition language: English
Series: Steampunk Chronicles (#1)
Not a lot to say besides I really liked this book. I thought it mixed together the elements of steampunk and the Victorian Age very well. I loved the characters, and I loved how Cross added in Gothic elements as well by using inspiration from some stories we all know and love (Frankenstein--well I h...
This book read like a tv show. To be honest, a huge part of The Girl in the Steel Corset reminded me a lot of tv shows like Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars—you know, teenagers running the whole show and doing ten thousand things without any adults and saving the day? Yeah. The book starts ou...
My Thoughts:4 stars I'm really glad i re-read this book, but i have to admit this time around i didnt get as caught up in the story and noticed some things i didnt like as much, such as some personality traits. Griffin and Sam got on my nerves quite a bit, i preferred Finley where she had a moor bip...
There are often books that play on stereotypes. Some of them do so cleverly, exaggerating the stereotype into comedy or twisting it into a subtler or subverted rendition. I was really hoping that this book would be something like that when I picked it up. Unfortunately, it was exactly as the author ...
This is the first book in the series. It kind of has the Harry Potter feel in the since that it continues the story through to the next book.. It leaves you hanging until you get to the next one. I am more of a romance reader and like my stories to end at the end of the book. With that said I am st...