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473 pages, Hardcover
First published May 24, 2011
The girl in the steel corset is a rather light funny read with headstrong nice characters. The world building and language were good and I did not have problems with understanding what goes where. Characters are the strongest plus of this book. They were all nice and each one had a story to tell. I only had issues with the abundance of strange technology, maybe less of this machines would make book a better read for me. Also, the pace of the book felt a little bit rushed at times. I can see some plot holes in there, but I know that the second book will be way better and it is enough for me to know that.
I can't say that I was impressed by this book nor was it original. But it was a solid read and has a great potential to be better in the next part. For the first book of the series this one was a fast paced read with nice characters and intriguing world building. Recommend to the fans of a
strong kick ass female characters and steam punk lovers. If you haven't read steam punk yet, The girl in the steel corset is a good start for you.