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    They still hold on to that spark of hope the dream of some better life than the one they’re stuck inShe was so tired of being aloneAnna Kringle this is just the beginning and it is a GREAT one First let me say that this is such a good read When I read a book I like to let the aftertaste simmer and percolate before giving it an honest review unless the book makes me angry for some reason But after I read it the first time I found myself having a nostalgic feeling for the characters and the atmosphere of this story after two weeks of finishing the book actually wanting to re read it I’m glad I didKringle has a natural talent with pacing a plot and spending time with her characters so we are just as comfortable with them as she is There’s an elegant and natural ease here when new characters are introduced such as the first physical introduction of the villain Andrew Confield making it easy to believe that the main characters have had previous relationships with them good or bad The book is filled with this style of writing making it safe to say that there’s nothing artificial here and that this author knows how to invent characters with the written word Personally I think the character of Amy is the perfect role model even though she stands on the sidelinesI’m the kind of person with the tragic curse of having a great knack to predict main plot points in a story by chapter three but Kringle did something that not many authors can do She surprised me No spoilers but the kicker showed me how much Kringle does care about these characters therefore making me completely interestedThe last few chapters left an ache in my chest the melancholy kind that makes me wish for bittersweet emotion but made me angry for reasons not mentioned because of spoilers and a specific icon throughout the book made me cheer when I reached the final chapter view spoilerKringle sets up wonderful symbolism here with the golden chicken being an essence of Ned always watching over his daughter and sister even though they don’t know he’s with them hide spoiler


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    I really probably should have done this review earlier but I suppose better late than never Joss has been living on the streets for most her life but also that changes when she is taken in by a well off lady named Leonora Joss immediately starts to wonder why she is so eager to help her and is sure she wants something in return Joss soon finds out what it is and agrees to help Leonora but helping her will not be easy So I did like the characters in this novel especially Leonora I thought that she was very relatable and I liked reading about her I enjoyed finding out about her past and what had made her so interested in the main antagonist of the story I also thought that her romance was nice It didn’t take over the plot like some romances didI also thought the book was a page turner Once I got into it I read it all taking only a break to sleepI also loved the twist at the end Some of the twists I saw coming like the romance that Leonora was in However I did not see the one that is revealed at the end which is something Usually I’m fairly good at predicting twists I did have a few issues with this book however For example there is a time when Joss is attacked and after she doesn’t think about it at all That is a tad bit unrealistic Also there were some clichés in the book that could have been avoided such as even how the book starts off Starting a book with someone waking up isn’t exactly encouraged I also thought it was a bit too unlikely that Joss would run into Leonora’s house of all houses in London after just meeting her It just seems kind of convenient Overall I would give this book three out of five stars I’m looking forward to seeing what the author writes next


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    Finally finished it This was the first official nookbook I've ever read and I want to say just one thing I hate ebook devicesThat doesn't mean I hate the stories; this one in fact was worth the readIt took a while for the book to really pick up for me but no than any other book I've read The average is usually a little over half way which is about the time I start to actually understand who the characters are and exactly what role they playAfter this point I began to care about how Joss and Lenora felt especially about each other Chapter 13The big attention getter here was the strong sense of what family is It was a message that made you feel good while at the same time keeping a sense of drama and that's a hard mixture to get right You wanted everyone to turn out okay but you wanted them to do it together and what Joss learns through her time with Lenora is It's not what you know it's who you know and just how important that can really beI can't spoil any of it but I will say there are a lot of surprises through this read especially near the end And it really picks up around the middle so don't drop this thing after the first few chapters stick with it


  4. says:

    This book is an amazing work of fun fiction set in a Steampunk London with a set of characters from a wide range of classes I would almost put this book in Steampunk Mystery as a genre and when time allowed I loved going back to the book


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D to justice Now with the help of her reluctant protégé she sees a light at the end of the tunnel if only Joss will cooperateLenora and Joss must find a balance between their worlds if they are to solve the mysteries in front of them and hope for a futur. Finally finished it This was the first official nookbook I've ever read and I want to say just one thing I hate ebook devicesThat doesn't mean I hate the stories; this one in fact was worth the readIt took a while for the book to really pick up for me but no than any other book I've read The average is usually a little over half way which is about the time I start to actually understand who the characters are and exactly what role they playAfter this point I began to care about how Joss and Lenora felt especially about each other Chapter 13The big attention getter here was the strong sense of what family is It was a message that made you feel good while at the same time keeping a sense of drama and that's a hard mixture to get right You wanted everyone to turn out okay but you wanted them to do it together and what Joss learns through her time with Lenora is It's not what you know it's who you know and just how important that can really beI can't spoil any of it but I will say there are a lot of surprises through this read especially near the end And it really picks up around the middle so don't drop this thing after the first few chapters stick with it The Killing Of Katie Steelstock protégé she sees a light at the end of the tunnel if only Joss will cooperateLenora and Joss must find a balance between their worlds if they are to solve the mysteries in front of them and hope for a futur. Finally finished it This was the first official nookbook I've ever read and I want to say just one thing I hate ebook devicesThat doesn't mean I hate the stories; this one in fact was worth the readIt took a while for the book to really Birthday pick up for me but no than any other book I've read The average is usually a little over half way which is about the time I start to actually understand who the characters are and exactly what role they Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything playAfter this Discordia point I began to care about how Joss and Lenora felt especially about each other Chapter 13The big attention getter here was the strong sense of what family is It was a message that made you feel good while at the same time keeping a sense of drama and that's a hard mixture to get right You wanted everyone to turn out okay but you wanted them to do it together and what Joss learns through her time with Lenora is It's not what you know it's who you know and just how important that can really beI can't spoil any of it but I will say there are a lot of surprises through this read especially near the end And it really Stage Mum picks up around the middle so don't drop this thing after the first few chapters stick with it

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Joss has grown up on the streets of London in Victorian England escaping the grim orphanages when she was seven She learned to scale buildings to keep out of harms way always running to the rooftops if things got too tight on the streets She hasn't worried. They still hold on to that spark of hope the dream of some better life than the one they’re stuck inShe was so tired of being aloneAnna Kringle this is just the beginning and it is a GREAT one First let me say that this is such a good read When I read a book I like to let the aftertaste simmer and percolate before giving it an honest review unless the book makes me angry for some reason But after I read it the first time I found myself having a nostalgic feeling for the characters and the atmosphere of this story after two weeks of finishing the book actually wanting to re read it I’m glad I didKringle has a natural talent with pacing a plot and spending time with her characters so we are just as comfortable with them as she is There’s an elegant and natural ease here when new characters are introduced such as the first physical introduction of the villain Andrew Confield making it easy to believe that the main characters have had previous relationships with them good or bad The book is filled with this style of writing making it safe to say that there’s nothing artificial here and that this author knows how to invent characters with the written word Personally I think the character of Amy is the perfect role model even though she stands on the sidelinesI’m the kind of person with the tragic curse of having a great knack to predict main plot points in a story by chapter three but Kringle did something that not many authors can do She surprised me No spoilers but the kicker showed me how much Kringle does care about these characters therefore making me completely interestedThe last few chapters left an ache in my chest the melancholy kind that makes me wish for bittersweet emotion but made me angry for reasons not mentioned because of spoilers and a specific icon throughout the book made me cheer when I reached the final chapter view spoilerKringle sets up wonderful symbolism here with the golden chicken being an essence of Ned always watching over his daughter and sister even though they don’t know he’s with them hide spoiler The Secret Life And Brutal Death Of Mamie Thurman percolate before giving it an honest review unless the book makes me angry for some reason But after I read it the first time I found myself having a nostalgic feeling for the characters and the atmosphere of this story after two weeks of finishing the book actually wanting to re read it I’m glad I didKringle has a natural talent with The Tavern on Maple Street pacing a The Automatic Millionaire: A Powerful One-Step Plan to Live and Finish Rich plot and spending time with her characters so we are just as comfortable with them as she is There’s an elegant and natural ease here when new characters are introduced such as the first El caso Banchero physical introduction of the villain Andrew Confield making it easy to believe that the main characters have had The Pleasure Trap previous relationships with them good or bad The book is filled with this style of writing making it safe to say that there’s nothing artificial here and that this author knows how to invent characters with the written word Personally I think the character of Amy is the Watching Natalie Cheat perfect role model even though she stands on the sidelinesI’m the kind of For Just Cause person with the tragic curse of having a great knack to It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity predict main Teeth in the Mist plot The Information Technology Revolution: The Complete Guide points in a story by chapter three but Kringle did something that not many authors can do She surprised me No spoilers but the kicker showed me how much Kringle does care about these characters therefore making me completely interestedThe last few chapters left an ache in my chest the melancholy kind that makes me wish for bittersweet emotion but made me angry for reasons not mentioned because of spoilers and a specific icon throughout the book made me cheer when I reached the final chapter view spoilerKringle sets up wonderful symbolism here with the golden chicken being an essence of Ned always watching over his daughter and sister even though they don’t know he’s with them hide spoiler

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About the future or the past in a long time concentrating on living from one day to the next Until in a move of desperation she lands herself in Lenora Worth's drawing roomLenora has been struggling for eighteen years to bring the nefarious Andrew Confiel. I really probably should have done this review earlier but I suppose better late than never Joss has been living on the streets for most her life but also that changes when she is taken in by a well off lady named Leonora Joss immediately starts to wonder why she is so eager to help her and is sure she wants something in return Joss soon finds out what it is and agrees to help Leonora but helping her will not be easy So I did like the characters in this novel especially Leonora I thought that she was very relatable and I liked reading about her I enjoyed finding out about her past and what had made her so interested in the main antagonist of the story I also thought that her romance was nice It didn’t take over the plot like some romances didI also thought the book was a page turner Once I got into it I read it all taking only a break to sleepI also loved the twist at the end Some of the twists I saw coming like the romance that Leonora was in However I did not see the one that is revealed at the end which is something Usually I’m fairly good at predicting twists I did have a few issues with this book however For example there is a time when Joss is attacked and after she doesn’t think about it at all That is a tad bit unrealistic Also there were some clichés in the book that could have been avoided such as even how the book starts off Starting a book with someone waking up isn’t exactly encouraged I also thought it was a bit too unlikely that Joss would run into Leonora’s house of all houses in London after just meeting her It just seems kind of convenient Overall I would give this book three out of five stars I’m looking forward to seeing what the author writes next