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Nicolette’s Cinderella story is over, and she’s finally living her own fairy tale happy ending. She’s a successful inventor now, free of her horrible stepfamily, and content in her loving friendship with Caro, a palace servant, and Fin, the prince of Esting.
Then she receives a message from her long-lost housekeeper, now a revolutionary, begging her to bring the prince to Faerie for a diplomatic meeting. Nicolette fears a trap, but decides that the chance to end the bloody war waged by their kingdom is worth the risk.
Together with Fin and Caro, she ventures across the monster-filled ocean to the lush continent she’s always dreamed of visiting. There, mechanical armies and dark magic await as they uncover devastating secrets about the past and fight for a real, lasting happily-ever-after for two troubled countries—and themselves.
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August 01, 2017
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Such a great sequel! The friendship between Nicolett...
February 26, 2017
Make sure you have read Mechanica, Betsy's imaginative, steampunk retelling of Cinderella, because Venturess is a tale you do not want to miss. It is full of adventure, suspense, and beauty and has an aura of fairy tale nostalgia. Imagine adding characteristics of Peter Pan and Avatar to the stor...
August 03, 2017
I was nervous that after how much I loved Mechanica, I would be disapointed with this next installment. I needn't have worried, because this book exceeded all of my hopes.
Perhaps I will write a fuller, more conventional review later on, from my notes and bookmarks, but for now, some thoughts:
August 25, 2017
*Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy, Steampunk
Venturess, by author Betsy Cornwell, is the surprising second installment in the authors Mechanica series. At the end of Mechanica, readers were told that the story was an open-ended standalone with hopes that the...
July 30, 2017
If you haven't read the first book, Mechanica, you should definitely read that first. Mechanica is a Cinderella retelling, but "Cinderella", or in this case Mechanica, is a mechanic and all she wants to do is go the technological exposition in order to escape the clutches of her step-family. Vent...
February 03, 2018
I wouldn't recommend this book to conservative readers, like myself. There's mild spoilers throughout my review, so I'd only recommend reading it if you want to hear about the content.
(view spoiler)[I couldn't connect to the book on any level, really, but I especially didn't like the relationships happening. Th... (hide spoiler)]
August 07, 2017
I loved this book so much and I really recommend it. It really hits ya hard at the end though, so be prepared.
November 15, 2017
There is certain message here in this book and Loved it.
December 01, 2017
Great follow up to the first book. Relevant and well written themes of anti-colonialism, found families and the legitimacy of polyamory. Much as I enjoyed Mechanica, this book is much faster paced and more eventful, expanding upon the complexities of the world and the characters.
July 02, 2017
In Mechanica we were introduced to a complex world with the kingdoms of Faerie and Esting so different from each other and so intriguing. The folk from the Faerie kingdom are re-imagined in a way that shows them as distinctly nonhuman, however humanoid their appearance can be. The magic of Faerie...