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The Girl with the Iron Touch - Community Reviews back

by Kathryn Smith
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NerdyBirdie
NerdyBirdie rated it 4 years ago
It kind of feels as though this book is the same as The Girl in the Steel Corset. The Machinist comes after someone in the gang, and then the goose chase starts up. Only this time it’s Emily. And another added love interest for the Griffin-Finley-Jack-and now Mila love triangle/square. Can’t wait to...
want a real life adventure? come to Australia we have spiders bigger than your hand.
Rated 4 stars.What I enjoyed:- I really enjoyed the action in this book- The fact they finally seem to of stopped the ridiculously multiple love-triangles-squares? that was just getting on my nerves!!- The character's (for the most part, they were occasionally annoying)- The villain and creepy robot...
YA Novelties
YA Novelties rated it 6 years ago
Check this review out at our blog!Warning. This is the 3rd book in the series, so it is highly recommended to read the first two. It can be read by itself, but to fully understand everything the first two must be read.All in all this installment in the Steampunk Chronicles was great, but not an amaz...
Speculating on SpecFic
Speculating on SpecFic rated it 7 years ago
Kady Cross hooks me once again - I read this book over two days, but the whole time I wasn't reading it, I was thinking about it. I love The Steampunk Chronicles - sometimes a girl needs a rip-roaring adventure with sweet romances and super-creepy automatons. These books make me let go, forget all m...
Random Things In Action
Random Things In Action rated it 7 years ago
Full review:http://haraiah.blogspot.com/2013/08/review-girl-with-iron-touch-by-kady.html
ReadingDiva's Blog
ReadingDiva's Blog rated it 7 years ago
**Originally posted @ ReadingDiva's Blog - Rating 4.5 of 5REVIEW: One of the reasons why I like Kady Cross’ Steampunk Chronicles is because I get transported to a world where charm doesn’t take away bravery and where the ladies aren’t expected to be saved but to kick ass as hard and fast as the men...
Out of the Blue
Out of the Blue rated it 7 years ago
E-galley received thgouh Netgalley for review.The Girl with the Iron Touch is the third installment in Kady Cross's Steampunk Chronicles series centered on the adventures of a group of "misfits" in a 1897 steampunk version of London. After coming back home from the United States, Griffin has become ...
Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 7 years ago
Steampunk fans rejoice. This series just keeps getting better and better.Plot: I really loved how the plot is getting deeper with emotions and secrets. It moves well along with the characters giving them growth and depth. The plot also moves with political affairs and of course, the struggle for pow...
Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads
Megan @ The Book Babe's Reads rated it 7 years ago
Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.*ACTUALLY 3.5 STARS*The Girl with the Iron Touch is a bit of a hard one for me to review. As you know, I've been absolutely loving the rest of the series. But try as I might, this one didn't really live up to it's predecessors. It seemed a bit rushed, ...
Cynical Reader
Cynical Reader rated it 7 years ago
Another fun read from The Steampunk Chronicles."Fun" is the same description I had for [b:The Girl in the Clockwork Collar|13060608|The Girl in the Clockwork Collar (Steampunk Chronicles, #2)|Kady Cross|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1361759116s/13060608.jpg|16936400],and truthfully I'm not sure how e...
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