Reviews by lisapt
Surprisingly Good
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A refreshing fantasy writing in a classic, yet humorous style.
Enjoyable sf read
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Enjoyable novel form an author who understands both science and scientists.
Electrical Engineering Mystery
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Wonderful mystery in the golden age of discovery. The wonders of the emerging scientific discoveries of 1901 serve as the murder weapon in this exciting mystery.
Not for me
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I just couldn't embrass the lifestyle presented in this book. I own my own business, so I hoped this book would give me some pointers I could use. Instead the book talked about how great it is to dump the nasty work of life on to the poor little people and other stuff I just don't want to do. I just don't think I'm wired to enjoy being a part of the new rich.
muddled
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The author writes with great style and can add significance to the slightest thought or action. However, when every least little movement has a great weight attached to it, the story becomes, not epic, but ponderous. The ratio of angst to action in this novel is shameful. I barely got through it, but continued only because I want to see how this whole series ends. I'm glad there is only one more.