Outstanding" - Bay Views: Official Blog of the Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California"
Lots of fun. Plenty of action mixes with a hint of romance, and the ancient Egyptian overlay adds atmosphere."-Booklist"
Gleason has vamped up the familiar world of Holmes and Watson. to paranormally exhilarating effect." The New York Times"
Colleen Gleason manages to twine together steampunk, Holmesian mystery, Egyptian mythology, and even time travel into a seamless and fun read."Leah Cypess, author of Nightspell"
Charming, addicting, and oh-so-much-fun! I absolutely couldn't put it down!"-Kristi Cook, author of Haven"
A captivating, amusing crossover tale."Library Media Connection"
With love interests, time travel and murder, The Clockwork Scarab has all the elements for a must-read not just for teens but for anybody who loves any of these genres."BookPage"
A delightful, engaging story."Romance Junkies"
A delightful, diverting read."Kirkus Reviews SciFi/Fantasy Blog
'No question the Stoker and Holmes books will be a big hit."Teenreads.com"
You'll devour this one."Fresh Fiction"
With its fog-shrouded setting, its heart-racing and clever plot and, most of all, its two completely delightful, kick-butt heroines, The Clockwork Scarab is pure, delicious fun from beginning to end."Rachel Hawkins, New York Times Bestselling author of the Hex Hall series"
Victorian-inspired girl-power at its finest. Daring young ladies born of famed literary legacies are beautifully written and artfully woven into a historical past with fascinating futuristic elements."-Leanna Renee Hieber, author of the Magic Most Foul series"
Two strong, intelligent heroines who establish themselves as worthy of the legends that surround each of their families, come together to solve a most dangerous mystery. Gleason's writing is witty, humorous, tense, and beautifully Victorian."Kady Cross, author of The Girl in the Steel Corset"
Thank you, Colleen Gleason, for giving the world the teenage female equivalent of Sherlock Holmes! Where has she been all these years?"Sophie Jordan, author of the Forgotten Princesses and the Firelight series"
This book has it all. the vivid setting and the finely drawn, compelling heroines make this a fine choice for readers who like their stories with steampunk spice and smart, strong women."-School Library Journal"
The geek meets the goth. The fun comes from two main characters' quick-witted sparring, slowly developing friendship, and grudging admiration."The Horn Book Magazine"
Popular tropes (steampunk! vampires! Sherlock Holmes!) will bring readers in, but it's the friendship between the two girls that will keep them."-Kirkus Reviews