Summary

There are old wounds in the forgotten places of the world, and some are soaked in blood. Jacob and his allies flee into the Deadlands after the fall of Ancora. Charles, the enigmatic smith, hopes to find answers in the desert city of Bollwerk that could prevent a war. Their enemies are many, and here Jacob will learn the cost of life in the Deadlands.
©2016 Eric Asher (P)2017 Eric R. Asher
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5 out of 5 stars
By TU on 17-10-17

A great YA Steampunk Fantasy Trilogy

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Eric Asher is the author of one of my favorite series, the Vesik Series. So, going for this series was a no brainer for me, even though it is geared for YA. I wasn't sure what to expect from Saskia Maarleveld as a narrator but she had an interesting voice and I enjoyed listening to it. Steamborn is a steampunk, fantasy trilogy about a young guy with a knack for gadgets and a propensity to getting into trouble. This is the 2nd book of the trilogy. Very enjoyable, even for adults. Well worth a credit but I would recommend going for the boxed set.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan on 20-02-18

Steambore more like it

First book took a bit to grab you and get you hooked, I guess the time between when I ended the first and started the second, that hook wore off. Do yourself a favor, if your gonna listen to the trilogy do it all at once, this never grabbed me like the first did, keep that momentum going...

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