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Iron Lights

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Emmeline Muchamore was respectable once. Her sweetheart, Matilda Newry, certainly put a stop to that. But when Emmeline gains magical insight into a disastrous future battle, she weaponises her wild reputation in order to draw trouble and death away from her adopted home ... risking everything and everyone she loves in the process.

Iron Lights is a steam-powered tale of hon
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Paperback, 230 pages
Published August 28th 2018 by Odyssey Books
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Carmel Bendon
Sep 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Iron Lights is the third book in Felicity Banks’ The Antipodean Queen trilogy and the next in the adventures of the series’ heroine, Emmeline Muchamore. Iron Lights, however, stands alone as a cohesive read and there is sufficient reference to key elements of the earlier works – mainly in terms of characters common to all three books – to orientate readers who have not read the first two books.
Emmeline is a very appealing lead character, full of energy, optimism and conviction, and totally huma
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Cassandra Page
This will be a short review, because it's of the third book in the series, and I always feel like people would find the reviews of the first - or even the second - book more useful. Also, everything I said in those reviews is true of Iron Lights (except that the back matter isn't a story in the style of Choose Your Own Adventure but a series of of letters from side characters in the main book).

I really enjoy Emmaline as a main character. She's the sort of intellectually curious scientist and adv
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