The Electrifying Exploits of the English Three
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Can three women stop the destruction of the Tower Bridge?

Eliza, Miriam, and Jillian are friends by fate, employment, and society. In the London of 1894, they receive a directive from their mysterious boss to investigate, and stop, the Countess Wilmont's plot to destroy the newly erected Tower Bridge.

Delving into a secret world of masterful training in martial arts, curiou...more
ebook, 152 pages
Published January 3rd 2011 by Lyrical Press, Inc (first published January 1st 2011)
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The Pen & Muse
Just think what spies could have accomplished in the 19th century if they had had cell phones, faxes, & computers, such as the rudimentary ones the ladies of the English Three have! Necessity is the mother of invention, & all things are invented in their time, but that is the beauty of steampunk. We can speculate as to what might have taken place if only those inventions had been around in another time of history.

The English Three are in no way typical of women in the 1800s. One has deci...more
Jessica Zellman
I didn't know much about steampunk beyond the fashion side when I bought this book. It was fun and interesting. I was impressed with the "old" versions of our modern technology. Very creative. Yes, it reminded me of Charlie's Angels, but in a good way. The three main characters were all different enough that I didn't have a problem telling them apart, and I was interested in their individual goals and problems. It held my interest all the way through. Lots of fun, and I'll be looking for more fo...more
C.M.
Oh, this was my very first Steampunk novel (unless you count the Golden Compass) and I loved it!

Williams seamlessly melded sprockets, corsets and modern technology into something that I had no problem believing in whole.

The relationships were so different than most romances, two of the characters were already married but to really crappy men which made the new love interests easy to digest.

I just wished it was longer!
Eric
This is essentially a steampunk version of Charlie's Angels with a fair amount of victorian-style romance mashed in.

There's a lot of unrealized potential in the story, unfortunately. And I felt the ending was a cop-out. It held me in enough to get me to finish, but that's about all.
Pamela Craft Jenewein
Loved it, loved it, loved it. Great characters, plausible and enjoyable story line, and the technology quite believable too.

Hope another is in the works.
Annabel
Amazing book! you can find my review on my blog:


http://mybookaddiction.blogspot.com/2...
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