Author: Lilith Saintcrow

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Review: The Ripper Affair (Bannon & Clare #3) by Lilith Saintcrow

Review: The Ripper Affair (Bannon & Clare #3) by Lilith Saintcrow

August 21, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★★

Perhaps the best of the series thus far, THE RIPPER AFFAIR is the confluence of a dark mystery, an exploration of London’s altered and haunting landscape, and the emotional growing pains of Bannon’s little family. A fantastic book for any one of these elements, combining all three makes for a relentless, mesmerizing read.

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Review: The Red Plague Affair (Bannon & Clare #2) by Lilith Saintcrow

Review: The Red Plague Affair (Bannon & Clare #2) by Lilith Saintcrow

May 30, 2013 Review 0 ★★★

Lilith Saintcrow’s flavor of simmering emotion, significant glances, and dramatic mystery is a perfect compliment to the Victorian alternate timeline that contains her Bannon & Clare series. And while this tone makes for deliciously satisfying unspoken devotion, both romantic and platonic, it can also obscure the magical elements of the story beyond understanding.

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The Damnation Affair (Bannon & Clare) by Lilith Saintcrow

The Damnation Affair (Bannon & Clare) by Lilith Saintcrow

December 21, 2012 Review 0 ★★★★

I started THE DAMNATION AFFAIR expecting a novella set in the series of Bannon & Clare (based on Goodreads’s characterization of this book as Bannon & Clare #1.5). What I found was a full length novel which, though nominally sharing the same universe as Bannon & Clare, had its own style and mythology entirely. Across the sea from everything familiar, THE DAMNATION AFFAIR is an enticing new take on the wild and dangerous West.

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5bat! Review: The Iron Wyrm Affair (Bannon & Clare #1) by Lilith Saintcrow

5bat! Review: The Iron Wyrm Affair (Bannon & Clare #1) by Lilith Saintcrow

August 17, 2012 Review 4 ★★★★★

THE IRON WORM AFFAIR is one of those books that plays vividly across the mind’s eye, unfolding like a movie in all of it’s fantastic and creepy detail. Clockwork horses, flying carriages, gangs of flashboys with their augmented limbs, stilted mentaths using science to impose order on the world around them even as sorcerors defy all natural laws. Rather than adding fantastical and steampunk elements to familiar history, Saintcrow adds a few drops of the familiar into her own witch’s brew of a world.

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