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Just when we think our nightmares are over, the Society has invented a new horror. Around every corner a shadow; behind every whisper a demon. If we don't end what the devils began, we will all die haunted... The finale in the acclaimed Magic Most Foul trilogy, the trauma and the terror of the Master's Society has only escalated for the dashing Lord Denbury and brave, feist Just when we think our nightmares are over, the Society has invented a new horror. Around every corner a shadow; behind every whisper a demon. If we don't end what the devils began, we will all die haunted... The finale in the acclaimed Magic Most Foul trilogy, the trauma and the terror of the Master's Society has only escalated for the dashing Lord Denbury and brave, feisty Miss Natalie Stewart. A new terror has been unleashed in Manhattan. Together they, with their stalwart friends and unlikely heroes, take the fight directly to the Denbury estate, where fresh evils have awakened. But are they prepared for all the sacrifices that shall be asked of them? With their very lives and the sanctity of their mortal souls at stake, Natalie and Jonathon are past the point of no return...


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Just when we think our nightmares are over, the Society has invented a new horror. Around every corner a shadow; behind every whisper a demon. If we don't end what the devils began, we will all die haunted... The finale in the acclaimed Magic Most Foul trilogy, the trauma and the terror of the Master's Society has only escalated for the dashing Lord Denbury and brave, feist Just when we think our nightmares are over, the Society has invented a new horror. Around every corner a shadow; behind every whisper a demon. If we don't end what the devils began, we will all die haunted... The finale in the acclaimed Magic Most Foul trilogy, the trauma and the terror of the Master's Society has only escalated for the dashing Lord Denbury and brave, feisty Miss Natalie Stewart. A new terror has been unleashed in Manhattan. Together they, with their stalwart friends and unlikely heroes, take the fight directly to the Denbury estate, where fresh evils have awakened. But are they prepared for all the sacrifices that shall be asked of them? With their very lives and the sanctity of their mortal souls at stake, Natalie and Jonathon are past the point of no return...

30 review for The Double Life of Incorporate Things

  1. 4 out of 5

    colleen the convivial curmudgeon

    I won this book through Goodreads First Reads Overall I enjoyed this book, and the trilogy as a whole. I like the mix of gothic fantasy and romance - though my general preference would have a bit more focus on the plot and a bit less on the romance than this particular story provides. One good thing about this story is that it ties up the threads of the story quite nicely, while leaving avenus of exploration open should the author ever decide to have further forays into this world. And the climax I won this book through Goodreads First Reads Overall I enjoyed this book, and the trilogy as a whole. I like the mix of gothic fantasy and romance - though my general preference would have a bit more focus on the plot and a bit less on the romance than this particular story provides. One good thing about this story is that it ties up the threads of the story quite nicely, while leaving avenus of exploration open should the author ever decide to have further forays into this world. And the climax of the story was pretty well handled, for the most part. My biggest complaint with the story has been the same for the whole series, and that's pretty much the first person narration and some of the issues that's inherent in that writing style - particularly limited perspective (i.e. not seeing what other people are doing, which could be an interesting component to the story), and train-of-thought style writing. For me it's the latter that really bogs down the story, in this case. Natalie is embroiled is this story of love and life and death and demonic plots, and while she does think on these things, it's the love aspect of the story which she focuses on the most and, thus, which we focus on the most. While their are demonic plots and clues abound, we get mostly internal monologuing about her insecurities and jealous and how much Jonathon means to her. At length. We're also reminded certain things repeatedly, like how her now surpassed Selective Mutism made her keenly aware of bodily and facial expressions, and how she can read people deeper than most may be able to. (Of course, this ability seems rather selective, as she suddenly can't read people when it's better for the plot for her to be unable to.) This is just one example but, in general, Natalie seems to focus on a handful of things which are important to her, ad nauseum, and other, potentially more interesting parts of the plot are sort of in the periphary. Kind of annoying, that. As to the limited perspective, this is also why I say the climax was handled well "for the most part". There's something which happens which, while predictable, seems to come out of nowhere. It seems in many ways (view spoiler)[Maggie's journey (hide spoiler)] may have been the more interesting story, but we only get bits of that in a letter after the big "surprise". Granted, the "shock" might not have worked had we been more privvy to the various ongoings out of Natalie's purview but, then, as I said, it wasn't really all that surprising anyway. (view spoiler)[I knew Maggie would end up involved in the climax, just not to what extent. (hide spoiler)] Anyway - As I said, this story does wrap things up nicely and we get our long-fought HEA, and that's nice, but I do think the writing style sort of limited the story in some severe ways. *** Oh, speaking of writing styles - I'm not sure how I feel about the earnestness. The other of Hieber's series that I've read, Percy Parker, was also a bit over-the-top in its gothicness (though perhaps not as self-aware as this book, which repeatedly calls focus to 'being caught up in a gothic novel'), but the writing style lent it an air of tongue-in-cheekness to it. This book seems more earnest, which is, perhaps, one reason I didn't enjoy it quite as much. Still enjoyable, though, and perhaps I'd enjoy it more if I could stop comparing the two series but, alas, I don't seem to be able to make my brain do it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    The Double Life of Incorporate Things by Leanna Renee Hieber is a 2013 Deus Ex Victoriana publication. I was provided a copy of this book in conjunction with a book tour promotion. This book is the finale in the Magic Most Foul series. Jonathon, Lord Denbury and Miss Natalie Stewart will need to conclude their paranormal business before they can embark on their life together. Nathaniel and Livinia will join forces with Jonathon and Natalie to battle evil demons after their very souls. They will h The Double Life of Incorporate Things by Leanna Renee Hieber is a 2013 Deus Ex Victoriana publication. I was provided a copy of this book in conjunction with a book tour promotion. This book is the finale in the Magic Most Foul series. Jonathon, Lord Denbury and Miss Natalie Stewart will need to conclude their paranormal business before they can embark on their life together. Nathaniel and Livinia will join forces with Jonathon and Natalie to battle evil demons after their very souls. They will have to go directly to the Denbury Estate to face the ultimate evil. A precarious plan is hatched that will test the foursome beyond anything they ever faced in the past. I will confess that I have not read the previous two books in this series. Often times that is not all that big of a deal. It's always best to read in order to get the maximum enjoyment from a series. However, it's not a deal breaker if you pick up a series in the middle somewhere. In this case though, I think it is best to read the other two before tackling this one. It's obvious that there is a past between Jonathon and Natalie and with other characters that play a role in this novel, but whose history is only alluded to. The presumption is that you know what has happened already and this book will not clue you in too much. If you want to know the history, you will have to go back and catch up. There is a great deal of information you will feel left out of if you have not read the other books. Having said that, this is a new adventure and it is easy to figure out the basic things you need to know in order to follow along. The writing is very descriptive and close to being "Gothic" in style. I love Gothic literature, but I often become frustrated that a paranormal element seems to define the current day Gothic novel. However, this novel is historical and the mood is absolutely atmospheric and creepy, and quite tense at times. I was really sucked in by the writing and loved the story. I enjoyed Natalie's non-traditional attitudes, and Jonathon was so funny. His attempts at gallant romance were so awkward you will just want to hug him. He is quite honorable and is a true hero. For those following this series, I think you will be very satisfied with the conclusion of the trilogy. Over all this one is an A.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stacee

    I feel a little let down by this book and I'm not sure why. There was a lot of action, we got some answers and there was a fantastic ending with an even better epilogue. However, for most of the book, I felt like it was the second book. There were a lot of absences for Natalie and Jonathon. There was a lot of build up for the final showdown and even though it was interesting how it all played out, it lacked a bit of a spark for me. Not to mention, there were several phrases used over and over an I feel a little let down by this book and I'm not sure why. There was a lot of action, we got some answers and there was a fantastic ending with an even better epilogue. However, for most of the book, I felt like it was the second book. There were a lot of absences for Natalie and Jonathon. There was a lot of build up for the final showdown and even though it was interesting how it all played out, it lacked a bit of a spark for me. Not to mention, there were several phrases used over and over and over again. Perhaps they were all there in the previous books as well, but I didn't notice. I was entertained and I kept turning the pages a quickly as I could, but I as expecting a bit more.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole D.

    As Natalie,Jonathan,and their allies prepare for taking down the Society for good, Jonathan's friend Nathaniel's group is targeted by the Society revealing more of their plan and gaining them new allies. As the final showdown looms will Natalie,Jonathan,and their friends be able to best the twisted Society once and for all in this shocking final book in the A Magic Most Foul Series. Natalie is as brave and stubborn as ever in this book. I have always loved and respected character's like Natalie w As Natalie,Jonathan,and their allies prepare for taking down the Society for good, Jonathan's friend Nathaniel's group is targeted by the Society revealing more of their plan and gaining them new allies. As the final showdown looms will Natalie,Jonathan,and their friends be able to best the twisted Society once and for all in this shocking final book in the A Magic Most Foul Series. Natalie is as brave and stubborn as ever in this book. I have always loved and respected character's like Natalie who will do anything for the ones that they love and the good of humanity. Jonathan and Natalie have some relationship troubles in this book and watching them work though them gives even more proof they are soul mates. I was happy that Hieber didn't have a love triangle as Natalie and Jonathan are perfect together and that just would have added drama that wasn't needed. I didn't like how in this book Jonathan tried to protect Natalie so much. He should have known by now she is very capable of protecting herself.I did understand Jonathan wanting to do some things on his own. Anyone would want after being imprisoned to reassert their freedom. Nathaniel and Lavina both play a big role in this book and since I am in love with their characters it was wonderful to see more of them. The Final Battle didn't go down at all like I thought. But in the end even if I didn't see it coming,it really couldn't have ended any other way. You get to see Sergeant Patt once more and he may or may not have changed his mind about a few things since book 1. Hieber weaves a wonderful tale of the paranormal that is unique,exciting,suspenseful,Gothic,and celebrates the power of love and goodness over evil. This is the saddest and happiest book in the series as is the tradition of last books. It was sad to say goodbye to these characters but I am very happy I will see more of some of them in The Eterna Files. Rating: 5 out of 5 Content Rating: PG-13

  5. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    I was quite disappointed with the ending of this series. In The Double Life of Incorporate Things, Natalie and Jonathan are set to stop the Society for good. The Society's latest experiment has once again, hit way too close to home for Natalie. They're offering up a "cure" for depression, which actually causes its users to lose control of themselves and be open to demons. Natalie can't let this potion take over her city, so it's off to England to come face to face with the Majesties. The Double L I was quite disappointed with the ending of this series. In The Double Life of Incorporate Things, Natalie and Jonathan are set to stop the Society for good. The Society's latest experiment has once again, hit way too close to home for Natalie. They're offering up a "cure" for depression, which actually causes its users to lose control of themselves and be open to demons. Natalie can't let this potion take over her city, so it's off to England to come face to face with the Majesties. The Double Life of Incorporate Things was sadly mostly boring to me. It felt like Natalie, Jonathan, and Evelyn spent a lot of time talking about taking down the society. Then a lot of time making their plans, then even more time travelling before they could even do anything. Then there's Natalie's constant "I want to be with you! Don't leave me!" with Jonathan. She knows he has to go back to England to handle his estate which will be dangerous if they realize he's no longer possessed. She also knows that she's perfectly capable of just going with him! Since when does Natalie needs anyone's permission to do anything? The last few chapters of The Double Life of Incorporate Things were great. The characters finally get down to business, and the Society throws some curve balls their way. It was quite exciting and emotional. I just wish the rest of the book had been as engaging. I did like how not everything was perfectly tied up in a bow. Natalie may have stopped the immediate threat, but she and her group can't be rid of all of the evil that easily. However, peace has been restored to New York City once again. Read more of my reviews at Pinkindle Reads & Reviews.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julia O'Connell

    After racing around New York City to stop the schemes of hellish necromancers in the last book, Natalie and Jonathon are trying to settle back into their lives as a normal courting couple. But Jonathon is having a hard time being the kind of suitor he should be while balancing unaddressed grief for his home and his family, pretending to be a demon, and immense pressure from Natalie's father. Meanwhile, the Master's Society has spread their net wide, unleashing a dangerous powder in New York City After racing around New York City to stop the schemes of hellish necromancers in the last book, Natalie and Jonathon are trying to settle back into their lives as a normal courting couple. But Jonathon is having a hard time being the kind of suitor he should be while balancing unaddressed grief for his home and his family, pretending to be a demon, and immense pressure from Natalie's father. Meanwhile, the Master's Society has spread their net wide, unleashing a dangerous powder in New York City that drives people mad, while an even larger danger is growing across the pond. When Jonathon returns to England to confront the demons that have taken over his estate, Natalie refuses to sit this one out. She and her new friend Lavinia must cross an ocean to save the men they love and put the evil Society to rest once and for all. See my full review on TheGothicLibrary.com

  7. 4 out of 5

    Louisa

    Loved this book a lot! It's almost a reread, since I read all the posted chapters, but the last 5 chapters weren't posted, so I read the whole thing! Really enjoyed it, and great ending to the series! Loved this book a lot! It's almost a reread, since I read all the posted chapters, but the last 5 chapters weren't posted, so I read the whole thing! Really enjoyed it, and great ending to the series!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    This is the third book of Leanna Hieber's series, Magic Most Foul Saga wherein Natalie and Jonathon finally face the Society that imprisoned Jonathon in a painting and tried to use Natalie as a demon sacrifice. The power of Love is the series main themes, love both romantic and familial. The protagonists have to rely on love to battle the demons. The aims of the Society are not clearly spelled out as far as I could tell, other than turn many demons loose on the world and revel in the chaos. It is This is the third book of Leanna Hieber's series, Magic Most Foul Saga wherein Natalie and Jonathon finally face the Society that imprisoned Jonathon in a painting and tried to use Natalie as a demon sacrifice. The power of Love is the series main themes, love both romantic and familial. The protagonists have to rely on love to battle the demons. The aims of the Society are not clearly spelled out as far as I could tell, other than turn many demons loose on the world and revel in the chaos. It is the old story of those who seek power at the expense of others against those who seek to empower themselves by the bonds created by love. Amor Vincit Omnia mnia

  9. 5 out of 5

    hpboy13

    Double Life proves a satisfying finale to the Magic Most Foul saga, though the book is a bit too introspective for my taste. Natalie spends many pages musing about blessings and curses and What It All Means. On the upside, Natalie is joined in her adventures by the exceedingly dramatic Nathaniel Veil and Lavinia Kent, who are a breath of fresh air. And as usual, Leanna excels at crafting an atmosphere in the book, it definitely transported me back to 1880s New York and London.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elsa

    This was a perfect conclusion to the series. Jonathan and Natalie are still fighting the demonic battles - this time traveling to London to help end the evil forces once and for all. What I love most about this series is Natalie's growth from an innocent young lady to a badass heroine who knows what she wants and will do anything to achieve it. This was a perfect conclusion to the series. Jonathan and Natalie are still fighting the demonic battles - this time traveling to London to help end the evil forces once and for all. What I love most about this series is Natalie's growth from an innocent young lady to a badass heroine who knows what she wants and will do anything to achieve it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tabitha (Bows & Bullets Reviews)

    This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews In this final installment of the Magic Most Foul series, we see Natalie and Jonathan battle their foes one last time. The couple is determined to end the society responsible for the dangers drug labeled "The Cure" which claims to cure the ailment of Melancholy and working on resurrection of long dead spirits. Not to mention the raising of murderous demons. But in order to shut them down, Jonathan must once again play the role of the This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews In this final installment of the Magic Most Foul series, we see Natalie and Jonathan battle their foes one last time. The couple is determined to end the society responsible for the dangers drug labeled "The Cure" which claims to cure the ailment of Melancholy and working on resurrection of long dead spirits. Not to mention the raising of murderous demons. But in order to shut them down, Jonathan must once again play the role of the demon that once wore his face, which makes everything indefinitely harder because he hates the role and Natalie can see he plays it a bit too well. Is there still a bit of the demon left in him? Will good defeat evil, or will evil prevail? Natalie has lost a bit of her confidence in this novel. Though her and Lord Denbury are still completely in love, there is friction in the relationship that causes Natalie much stress. Is it possible she could lose the man she fought so hard to free? They work it out in the end, but they struggle for a while. Natalie has to really take others into account when making decisions here, more so than before. She is quickly realizing that her every decision affects everyone around her. She's still haunted by nightmares, but those nightmares feed her clues that will *hopefully* help her band of misfits bring down the society. What really made me continue to sympathize with was her constant concern over Maggie. Even though Maggie made some bad decisions, Natalie has a great need to make things right between them. Then there is Lord Denbury, who is just as charming as ever, if a bit more controlling. He's trying to state his independence, which is admirable, but it constantly requires him to leave Natalie out, which doesn't please anyone involved, reader included. Jonathan doing what he thinks is right is swoon-worthy, but the overbearing need to protect Natalie that was absent before rears it's ugly head here. He gets over it by the end, but it's more than a little irritating. Nathaniel Veil, my other favorite character, gets a bit more facetime here. Can I just say I love him? Here is a man that follows his own path and doesn't care what anyone has to say about it. He's so compassionate about helping those who are similarly afflicted with melancholy. I loved watching him try to protect his group of friends. This novel is the perfect ending to the trilogy, except the one character death. The writing and story-telling is just as beautiful as it has been in previous novels. Trying to puzzle out what the society was up to and their master-plan had be on the edge of my seat. I can't wait to get my hands on the spin-off series that's up next!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    This is the final installment of the Magic Most Foul Trilogy. In this one we are dealing with a new horror, a chemical which changes personality into something monstrous. If I'm not mistaken, I'd say that was a nod to Dr. Jeckle and Mr. Hyde. This time the problem doesn't take center stage for long and we end up dealing with all 3 horrors at once. It's up to Natalie and Jonathon and their connection to save the day. I enjoyed this final book. I really liked that Natalie was seen as a strong woman This is the final installment of the Magic Most Foul Trilogy. In this one we are dealing with a new horror, a chemical which changes personality into something monstrous. If I'm not mistaken, I'd say that was a nod to Dr. Jeckle and Mr. Hyde. This time the problem doesn't take center stage for long and we end up dealing with all 3 horrors at once. It's up to Natalie and Jonathon and their connection to save the day. I enjoyed this final book. I really liked that Natalie was seen as a strong woman who had come into her own. She looks back and sees how much her father sacrificed for her and how much he loves her through his action and what she thought was inaction. The growth of her character really spoke to her strength. Unfortunately, there was a time a little later where she seemed to turn into a whining child where there were important things to consider and lives on the line. Fortunately that doesn't last for more than a few paragraphs. Jonathon is much less evolved but it is easy to forgive him as we are reminded of everything he has gone though in such a short time. He has had very little time to process the whole thing so while we could be upset with his behavior from time to time, it was easy to forgive. Especially when he is there when he is most needed. My biggest complaint is a small one. There seemed to be instances where the initial demon we discovered with the main characters was making a comeback. He seemed to be at the forefront and at the crux of the next battle. He was not seen again after making a big threat to Natalie. Although he could be seen as representing the demons as a whole, it still might have been interesting to have it come full circle with the same demon. Still, I just didn't quite understand why that character was dropped so suddenly. I give this book 4 stars. It ends with a twist I didn't see coming. This book also seems to evolve around equality for women and those of color and other religious backgrounds. The other books dealt with it as well, but this book seemed to want to drive the point home. I recommend this to people who enjoy a good dark gothic tale.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Martha

    The finale managed to hold true to the first two books in both tone and content. The ending was believable, the characters were enjoyable, and while there will apparently be a following series, enough ends are tied up here to be quite satisfying. In other words, I liked it. (A 3-star score from me is still quite good. I'm afraid I'm a bit of a miser in ratings.) If you liked the first two books, I feel confident you will like this one as well. If you haven't read the first two books, what are you The finale managed to hold true to the first two books in both tone and content. The ending was believable, the characters were enjoyable, and while there will apparently be a following series, enough ends are tied up here to be quite satisfying. In other words, I liked it. (A 3-star score from me is still quite good. I'm afraid I'm a bit of a miser in ratings.) If you liked the first two books, I feel confident you will like this one as well. If you haven't read the first two books, what are you waiting for? I did have to read the gruesomely macabre parts in small sessions, which slowed me down considerably at one point in the book, but readers with stronger stomachs should be fine. I received a free copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway, but was given no compensation for my review. My opinions, as always, are my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    voiceofmadness

    Such a disappointment and I brought it on myself. I should have stopped after the magic left from the first one. I read most of this installment online (for free) on her website until she decided to charge for the ending. And no I did not read the ending, because of the sudden change in the whole "free press, free ideas, free stories!" crap. However, I'll not turn this into a rant. Story-wise, it didn't seem as thought out as her first. As with the second novel, this one held more random characte Such a disappointment and I brought it on myself. I should have stopped after the magic left from the first one. I read most of this installment online (for free) on her website until she decided to charge for the ending. And no I did not read the ending, because of the sudden change in the whole "free press, free ideas, free stories!" crap. However, I'll not turn this into a rant. Story-wise, it didn't seem as thought out as her first. As with the second novel, this one held more random characters making appearances that seemed like they came straight from the plot of a Scooby-Doo episode. I kept hoping that the spark would come back like how it was in the first but no. This was the last try for me for reading Hieber.

  15. 5 out of 5

    A.T.

    I've finished the novel and I am absolutely left without words. I found this book a fitting ending to the Magic Most Foul series and the opening to The Eterna Files. I must say that I will miss this series. I'm currently in tears because I don't want to say goodbye to all the characters I have grown to love over the last 2 years, but, alas, I must. I must say that The Double Life of Incorporate Things was definitely worth the wait and money. I don't know if I'll recover from such a fantastic ser I've finished the novel and I am absolutely left without words. I found this book a fitting ending to the Magic Most Foul series and the opening to The Eterna Files. I must say that I will miss this series. I'm currently in tears because I don't want to say goodbye to all the characters I have grown to love over the last 2 years, but, alas, I must. I must say that The Double Life of Incorporate Things was definitely worth the wait and money. I don't know if I'll recover from such a fantastic series. My rating is definitely 5 stars. I see no faults in the novel that I would have to downgrade it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Surgett

    **I received this book for free from the author via a Goodreads giveaway** The series was a little hard for me to get into at first, but I'm glad I stuck with it. This was definitely my favorite book of the three. I liked how she wrapped up the series. There are still a couple things left hanging, but I hear there is another spin off series in the works that will be dealing with those things so it's obviously intentional. The biggest issues have all been wrapped up nicely though, and I was very h **I received this book for free from the author via a Goodreads giveaway** The series was a little hard for me to get into at first, but I'm glad I stuck with it. This was definitely my favorite book of the three. I liked how she wrapped up the series. There are still a couple things left hanging, but I hear there is another spin off series in the works that will be dealing with those things so it's obviously intentional. The biggest issues have all been wrapped up nicely though, and I was very happy with how she ended things with Natalie. :)

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

    I really really like the first book in this series but im not sure why but I found this book a little bit lacking, and then the last like 50 pages were parts from like every single horror movie you've ever seen. it was really scary and disturbing, I like a good vs. evil fight but all this blood poring from her ears and possession crap im not into, but I still liked the book because I liked the other two. I really really like the first book in this series but im not sure why but I found this book a little bit lacking, and then the last like 50 pages were parts from like every single horror movie you've ever seen. it was really scary and disturbing, I like a good vs. evil fight but all this blood poring from her ears and possession crap im not into, but I still liked the book because I liked the other two.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tia

    What Happened? Natalie was such a strong character in the first two books. In this book she was an insecure love sick puppy prattling on and on about Jonathan. The book was slow and never grabbed my attention. I would've been pleased with book 2's ending. Now, I feel completely let down. However, it was great to finally learn about The Master's Society and revisit loved characters. What Happened? Natalie was such a strong character in the first two books. In this book she was an insecure love sick puppy prattling on and on about Jonathan. The book was slow and never grabbed my attention. I would've been pleased with book 2's ending. Now, I feel completely let down. However, it was great to finally learn about The Master's Society and revisit loved characters.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Vincent Alascia

    A great ending to a great series. The packing seemed faster and a bit more action packed than I recall the previous entries being. I liked that. The ending was very intense and satisfying. I urge anyone looking for a good Steampunk read to seek out this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Kellum

    Skimmed through this one and just wasn't feeling it Skimmed through this one and just wasn't feeling it

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melyssa

    I don't know why, but I wasn't as interested in those book as the other two... But it was still good enough for me to finish out the series. I don't know why, but I wasn't as interested in those book as the other two... But it was still good enough for me to finish out the series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Chiapparine

    This one just felt like a let down to me compared to the other two books in the trilogy and it felt "lagy" to me towards the end. This one just felt like a let down to me compared to the other two books in the trilogy and it felt "lagy" to me towards the end.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    Between 3.5 and 4 stars.

  24. 5 out of 5

    ShadesInk

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi

  26. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  27. 4 out of 5

    Desiree Schultz

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ashleylives

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steph

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robin Tagliabracci

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