The Inventor's Secret
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: The Inventor's Secret (#1)
This book was very hard for me to rate. While I loved the steampunk idea and the main character for the most part, the love triangle left me frustrated and distracted me from what was left of the plot. Read the rest of my review and more at BibliobibuliYA.com
An action packed steam punk adventure that rolls along at a furious clip. The only time the story trips is with the introduction of the oh so familiar mellowdramatic romance which got a bit wearying near the end but fortunately it isn't enough to hamper the overall adventure.
I’ve been a big fan of Andrea Cremer ever since I started reading her Nightshade series and her co-written novel Invisibility. Both were amazing and so I was excited to get reading The Inventor’s Secret. While I have never been very interested in the steampunk genre I knew that this would have to be...
Coherent review be damned, I'm going to ramble about this book. I was looking for something fun to pull me out of my slump, and The Inventor's Secret worked its magic perfectly! It's a fun, steampunk romp by an author that I already admire. Best of all, the audio book has an amazing narrator who bri...
This is an enjoyable and entertaining read, but, to me, it lacks depth.This book is an alternate history story. It explores the idea of what America would be like if the British won the Revolutionary war. The British control the country from the Empire, which is located in NYC. Our main character, C...
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