Finley scowled. She had seen Phoebe try to pull free of his grip, and now the girl was all over him wondering if he was all right? Finley raised her brows. I thought he was trying to do you harm. Lips tight, she looked from Robert to Phoebe. Dickens—simple, but oddly convoluted.
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Lord Vincent is a man of science with his automatons and inventions, but Finley is suspicious of his motives where Phoebe is concerned. She will do anything to protect her new friend, but what she discovers is even more monstrous than anything she could have imagined. I was a tad annoyed that I was not told I was reading the novella, but I can only assume it will be helpful as I move into The Girl in the Steel Corset at a later time.
I think I was fortunate with this novella, even though I was annoyed I was reading it instead of the book The Girl in the Steel Corset was a required reading for my YA lit course, and so I was frustrated that I had spent 83 pages on the wrong book. But oh well. Moving on. The Strange Case of Finley Jayne was actually pretty entertaining and has a plot that it not too big or too small for the book.
It felt just right to me. We were not rushing through events and details, but it also did not feel like an unnecessary addition to the series. The characters are well developed even though 83 pages is not long enough to get attached to any of them.
I like Finley, and am intrigued by her story. I also liked the writing style, and feel like this book was a nice introduction to the series. Do you like this series? Have you read this novella? So is it even worth reading it in the grand scheme of things? Share this post:.
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