Book Review: The Earl and the Artificer

The Earl and the Artificer

Author: Kara Jorgensen

My Rating: 5/5


Disclaimer: I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

I first want to say that I suck at reviews. If I like a book, I don’t usually have a whole lot to say about it. With that said, I actually really liked this one. It was interesting going into it because I have very minimal experience with the steampunk genre and I hadn’t read the first two books in the series. So, right from the beginning I was at a huge disadvantage. I was pleasantly surprised that I actually picked up the story fairly quick and found that I was able to catch on to the plot without having read the first two, which is a difficult task as a writer. I was impressed with Jorgensen’s writing style–though not surprised knowing her literary background. Her characters were well developed and she integrated the steampunk theme flawlessly. Would absolutely recommend to anyone who loves suspense, twists and/or steampunk adventures!

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One thought on “Book Review: The Earl and the Artificer

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