Disenchanted & Co.

Disenchanted & Co.

by Lynn Viehl
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Disenchanted & Co. 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Winnie2253 More than 1 year ago
Loved this first in new series by Lynn Viehl.  The characters are cheeky and the plot rolls right into a seamless alternate history. A must read book that will have you on the edge of your seat for the next installment.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I admit that I grabbed this because of Carriger's blurb, and I wasn't disappointed. Well thought out fun, with a bit of drama. The end felt a bit rushed, but I don't think it took anything away, and I'll buy the new one when it comes out.
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eheinlen More than 1 year ago
I didn't think I would like this book, but, by the third or fourth page, I was absolutely hooked and could not put it down! I highly recommend it!
arbjamesAJ More than 1 year ago
Kit Kittredge has joined the ranks of my favorite steampunk heroines. Creatively set in an alternate United States (the Provincial Union of Victoriana) that never became the US because it lost the Revolutionary War, this novel includes some of your typical steampunk stylings, while others (such as air ships) are strangely absent. I frequently forgot that it was supposed to be steampunk and could have nearly done so entirely had it not been for the magic issue. Kit, you see, owns Disenchanted and Co., a company dedicated to ending evil enchantments. Kit, incidentally, does not believe that said enchantments actually exist and sees her role as more of an investigator and debunker. She frequently runs awry of fearsome deathmage Lucien Dredmore (what else could he be with a name like that?), to whom she is not so secretly incredibly attracted. While investigating her latest case, Kit has to confront her own past as well as her feelings for Dredmore. Overall I really like this book and I look forward to more in the series. However, it did get really, well, weird at the end. The whole explanation for Kit and Lucien's powers, as well as their family histories, was just not believable, and the rest of what happened after that reveal was also beyond weird. It just didn't seem to mesh with the rest of the world or characters that had been created up to that point. There were also times in the book where I felt that I was missing information. I kept looking to make sure that there wasn't a previous book in the series that I had missed. It just seemed like there should have been more introduction to and development of the world and its characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read both books in one day - hopefully more will come!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Will u do me
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sure go to res3 &starf