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The Pinocchio Factor Reviews
There is so much to say about this story. First of all, it's still not finished, so I hope Sophronia has been writing! Seriously though, it's not a cliffhanger; it has its own ending and closure of sorts. This book, like the first one in the series, is so fully of beautiful descriptive words that paint a lovely picture in the reader's mind. As I said in my review of the first book, it really doesn't matter if you've never read the classics this story draws from. Sophronia has a way of filling in [...]
Loved it! Full review to come.
Steampunk is an iffy genre for me, but thanks to the plot twist at the end of the first book in this series, I had The Pinocchio Factor on my To Read shelf since this summer.Plot – Grade A-This book actually backs up a little to the end of Book One, now retold from Oliver Twist’s POV. I didn’t mind that piece but then the next two chapters had so much rehashing of past events that I confess I did skim to get to something truly new. At first the plot held together well, unraveling some myst [...]
There's good books and then there's great books, and I've had the pleasure of reading one of the great ones recently. For a Christian who loves Steampunk and the Classics, The 'Pprentices, the Puppets, and the Pirates (Alexander Legacy, #2) by Sophronia Belle Lyon kept me going from beginning to end and then I wanted some more!We get all the Christian truth, love, and family goodness mixed in with all the fantastic steampunkery one could imagine. I love how Oliver Twist is the geeky cool invento [...]
Behold, the sequel to the first book I ever reviewed! (Not on my blog But first ever!) I met "Sophronia" (a pen name) in a writer's group on Facebook, and she introduced me to her series, The Alexander Legacy, and the rousing Victorian steampunk adventures to be had!Just this spring, I finally had the opportunity to purchase and download the sequel to the novel I enjoyed so much.As is bound to happen with any series, the second book, while fair enough in its own right, doesn't quite match the fe [...]