Solutions aren't always black and white--sometimes they come in shades of iron gray.Captain Bridget "Briar" Rose wants for nothing. Each day is a new adventure, living the life she loves, running cargo on the Ohio & Erie Canal. That is, until her cousin decides to sell the family boat to finance a new business venture. He wants to build locomotives for the railroad--the very industry that could pu...
Series: Iron Souls
Paperback: 244 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 1, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3556425
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I truly enjoyed this story. It was very unique for a steampunk, from the idea of the Ferromancers (sort of metal mages with powers of Magneto), to the early American setting of Ohio (so many steampunk novels are set in London or NYC/SanFran) so it wa...
e canal system out of business.Not one to give up without a fight, Briar does a little snooping into her cousin's new business partner. When she gets a sneak peek at the locomotive plans, she suspects that the man is either a genius, or a ferromancer--one of the dreaded metal mages of Europe's industrial revolution.Determined to reveal her suspicions, Briar takes the plans and heads for the newspaper office in Columbus, stealing the family boat in the process. Kidnapping her cousin's handsome business partner wasn't part of the plan, but when he shows up, demanding the return of his property, she can't let him go. After all, if Briar can prove that the railroad is using ferromancy, shecould save more than her boat. She could save her way of life.