Dawn's Early Light (Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Series #3)

Dawn's Early Light (Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Series #3)

by Pip Ballantine, Tee Morris
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Dawn's Early Light 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
DonO More than 1 year ago
Continuing adventures along with all the excitement and adventure of the previous installments. Still excellent opportunities for imagination to supplement the words on the pages. Good twists and not too far fetched historical happenings. Waiting for the next installment!!
wvyernlady More than 1 year ago
Full steam ahead! Welly and Eliza become more alive with each novel. I wish I could owned Welly's automobile minus the arsenal. Both main characters showed their vulnerability when it comes to matter of the heart while still kicking ***. As for the priest, lets just say she is one devote and scary lady. I can't wait for the next installment
KfrillAlekmar More than 1 year ago
Much anticipated and definitely NOT disappointed. Loved the repartee, weapons, characters and situations. The "car" was great! I was very happy when some relationship resolution happened. There is so much humor and derring-do that I could not help but read it straight through. For a rollicking good time this is a great read.
Melhay More than 1 year ago
Things are still simmering in England after the Janus Affair. Sound has sent Agents Braun and Books as "Goodwill Advisers" to the Americas agency, the Office of the Supernatural and Metaphysical, while the heat of the last case cools a bit. Working with their counterparts of the Americas, they help with the case of ships of ocean and air are disappearing off the coast of the Outer Banks. Mysteriously, no debris is washing up on shore, that many are noticing. But there is one who has seen something. A bright light and debris that is gone the next morning. The Ministry Agents were requested for their experience with the aether gate commandeered from the House of Usher. The light ray takes the four agents to additional cities in the Americas, following Thomas Edison, working to stop the next deadly disaster. Things become suspicious for Dr. Sound as the Queen of England wants her son to visit the Americas, for a clankerton convention and he hears of the troubles stirring in the America's. Amazing fun with Eliza and Wellington once again! Enlightening on several levels, and will blow you away. We get to see Wellington in action, and the beautiful Eliza as well. Eliza is reinstated to active field agent. Wellington receives a promotion with her. Nothing is ever relaxing and calm for our duo. On the airship a thief is spied leaving Eliza's room and a race is under foot. There is always trouble in the line of duty that Eliza and Wellington serve. A shoot 'm up bang, bang of American West blended with the elegance of Europe. Exciting! The American partners Eliza and Wellington meet are just like them, but maybe not as elegant as the British Agents. 'Wild Bill' Wheatley and Felicity Lovelace. I'm sure you can guess which is of Eliza's gun-shooting ways and which is the Librarian. And there is a bit of attraction to the, or from, their counterparts. I love Eliza's spunk. Welly even gets a gun, or two, in hand. It seems trouble finds our boy Welly as well. Now that he's in the field, he seems to find the right spots to be with his reasoning deductions. We see Wellington in full action, even though he doesn't want to. Mostly, he's paired with his counterpart in the Americas. With doing so, Welly steps up his game and is more active with guns and actions. Having his counterpart present gives us someone to compare and reflect on Wellington's past ways (in previous two books). We even get views from England. We learn Queen Victoria would like her eldest child, Bertie, occupied out of town for a time. He's taken to much of an interest in her health and away from his own enjoyments. She requests Dr. Sound to arrange for Albert to go to the Americas for a Clankerton Symposium. There is...bad blood between mom and son, Queen and heir to the throne. Aaah, if you have read this series thus far, you know there are feelings to be sorted. Eliza tries to sort out her own and what relationship she has with Wellington, who seems to have forgotten the kiss he planted on her. There is no time with all the action, and interruptions, for Eliza and Wellington to talk. But, at one point Eliza is ready to explode and makes the time. Hahaha! Perfect timing. Oh! Are you curious who the Maestro is? Well, you will learn who the person is behind the armor. We learn a bit of Wellington as well. He's picked up some habits from Ms. Eliza Braun, but he has his own secreted talents. I love his bloody car!! He has crafted it with great care and thou
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One of my new favorite series, the Books and Braun partnership promises to be entertaining for years. Love the character development and the plot is well-written and suspenseful just where it needs to be. Keep it up!
iambubby More than 1 year ago
I love this series. All the action and adventure you can pack into 300 pages. I eagerly await the next book.
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