Like Clockwork

Like Clockwork

by Bonnie Dee
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Like Clockwork 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When the epilogue arrived, I was startled because it felt like the story was just getting started. This book seemed rushed as a result, especially since a lot of the conflict between the main characters is neatly fixed in a summing up manner by the epilogue. The story was very good, I just wish it had been longer. Truthfully, this plot had all the makings of a series if the author had chosen to go that route.
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WonderMoose More than 1 year ago
Such a lovely little book. The characters are very well made and you grow to like them quickly. A little too quickly. I feel like there was so much more of this plot to explore, so many roads left untraveled and questions unanswered. But, for what it is, this is a great one day read. I will be looking up more books by Ms.Dee For those who enjoy this book I would suggest the Gail Carriger series, The Parasol Protectorate. I see many similarities and enjoyed both Clockwork and the Parasol books greatly.
ScreechSS More than 1 year ago
Excellent writing and a vivid storyline. I found Steampunk about a year ago and this is one of the best. Hopefully there will be more about this couple soon.
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AAR More than 1 year ago
LIKE CLOCKWORK by Bonnie Dee is an interesting historical romance set in 1898,London. It is written with details and depth. It has automatons, romance,love,trust, social unrest, mild violence,murder, The Brotherhood,murder,a killer that will sup rise you,sweet sensuality at the end,friendships and surpassing social class to find true love and happiness.This is an interesting story of automatons that I did not know even existed in 1898,London,however,it makes for an exciting storyline.What ifs are abundant.The characters jump off the page at you and will remain in your thoughts.It surpasses social classes by putting a Lady with a lower class citizen and love blooms.As together they try to find out what is happening with the "slasher",who kills a friend of Dash.He will also try to kill Victoria,who is one of the inventors of the automatons. She realizes that they have some issues with these automatons.Not only are they taking over human jobs,but they have also malfunctioned in some cases. Dash and a group of citizens from the under society is trying to get the Commissions attention to help dissolve the automatons.For many of London's people are starving,stealing and being deported for such crimes if not hanged.This is a fast paced,short read with a lot of attention paid to the automatons.Together Dash and Victoria will find their answers,find love,happiness and start a new life together.They finally find that dreams can come true,if you only find the right motivation.If you enjoy a fun read,quick read with a bit of exciting drama,this is for you.This is the first I have read if this author,but will not be the last. This book was received for the purpose of review from Net Galley and details can be found at Carina Press and My Book Addiction and More.
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Cid More than 1 year ago
I'm a sucker for steampunk. What can I say? Like Clockwork is set in Victorian England during a time when automatons have begun to replace the lower cogs of the workforce, displacing them into poverty and creating a new set of problems. It's happened time and time again in history, and while some people might call that a cliche in a story, I think it gives credibility to the idea; a sense of this-could-really-happen. I was surprised from the beginning how exciting this book was. Like Clockwork is a novella, around 100 pages. Unlike other novellas, this one doesn't skimp on the elaborate plot. There are several facets to the story that I found myself wondering as the pages ticked down: how is all of this possibly going to be wrapped up? It's an engaging and exciting read. The characters, Victoria and Dash, feel natural and not tossed together for the sake of a mixed social romance. In a world pushing forward, why wouldn't it be the scientist woman that defies social standing for someone she sees potential in? I really enjoyed Like Clockwork; I'm only sad that it was over so quick and there isn't more. I want more!!