Clockwork Lies (Clockwork Heart, #2)



Clockwork Lies (Clockwork Heart, #2) Taya, the metal winged icarus whose investigation helped defeat a plot against Ondinium and its populace, is assisting her exalted husband Cristof Forlore on his first ambassadorial mission They must learn about Mareaux s experiments in airship technology and determine whether the ostensibly scientific vehicles might be used for warfare a taboo for Ondiniums, whose domination of the air is tempered by a deep cultural abhorrence toward airborne weapons after the devastation of the Last War a thousand years ago. New Read [ Clockwork Lies (Clockwork Heart, #2) ] Author [ Dru Pagliassotti ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Clockwork Lies (Clockwork Heart, #2)
  • Dru Pagliassotti
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 1770530509

10 thoughts on “Clockwork Lies (Clockwork Heart, #2)

  1. Jason says:

    2.5 StarsClockwork Lies Iron Wind was a pretty big let down to me After the brilliant first book which combined steampunk, fantasy, and romance in a fresh and fun adventure, I had hoped forof the same in book two.The characters that underwent such great growth and depth in the first are shadows of their selves in this read Cristof is hardly a part of this book and Taya may as well not even have any wings There is little to no further character development and I found little to empathiz 2.5 StarsClockwork Lies I...

  2. Hannah says:

    3.5 stars Clockwork Heart was the book that introduced me to the wonderful world of steampunk and remains one of my favourite books of all time, so I was both excited and extremely anxious when the author announced that the standalone novel will become a trilogy instead What if the sequels ruin my favourite characters What if they kick the bucketetc etc There was so much room for Taya, Cristof and the Ondin...

  3. Karissa says:

    This is the second book in the Clockwork Heart trilogy I really enjoyed this steampunk read, it was full of intrigue and adventure This was a good continuation of the story started in Clockwork Heart I love the characters and enjoy all the intrigue.I listened to this on audiobook and the audiobook was really well done The narrator has a higher pitched voice, which is always a bit surprising when I first start listening to these but I got used to it a few chapters into the book The narrator This is the second book in the Clockwork Heart trilogy I really enjoyed this steampunk read, it was full of intrigue and adventure This was a good continuation of the story started in Clockwork Heart I love the characters and enjoy all the intrigue.I listened to this on audiobook and the audiobook was really well done The narrator has a higher pitched voice, which is always a bit surprising...

  4. Andrew says:

    Many years ago 2008 I read _Clockwork Heart_ What I remember 1 The setting was surprisingly well considered, with economics and international politics playing into the background and ultimately into the storyline 2 The romance plot offered a shy nerdy blonde brother and a brooding dangerous dark brother the latter turned out to be a villain and the heroine wound up with the former 3 Clockwork computers and antigravity wing suits The flying suits and the computers both rely on the Many years ago 2008 I read _Clockwork Heart_ What I remember 1 The setting was surprisingly well considered, with economics and international politics playing into the background and ultimately into the storyline 2 The romance plot offered a shy nerdy blonde brother and a brooding dangerous dark brother the latter turned...

  5. Ralph says:

    Taya Icarus, the girl who can fly with the aid of her marvelous ondinium wings, is back in a second adventure, having emerged as the heroine of her own story in the first book of the trilogy, Clockwork Heart, marrying into the city s Exalted caste and advancing from being merely a messenger to being an ambassadorial representative for her husband, Exalted Cristof Forlore.This second chronicle of Taya s life is evenrooted in the steampunk genre, with not just the great Analytic Engine tha Taya Icarus, the girl who can fly with the aid of her marvelous ondinium wings, is back in a second adventure, having emerged as the heroine of her own story in the first book of the trilogy, Clockwork Heart, marrying into the city s Exalted caste and advancing from being merely a messenger to being an ambassadorial representative for her husband, Exalted Cristof Forlore.This second chronicle of Taya s life is evenrooted in the steampunk g...

  6. Liviu says:

    it s been quite a few years since I read and greatly enjoyed book 1 and I was surprised when I saw that book 3 has been released this week in the USA, so of course I immediately got book 2 about which i had no idea it was out since March I remembered mostly what happened in Clockwork Heart which was quite a favorite for its great mix of romance, adventure and world building and took a fast look to it for completeness, while here in Clockwork Lies the novel just starts fast from page 1 and d it s been quite a few years since I read and greatly enjoyed book 1 and I was surprised when I saw that book 3 has been released this week in the USA, so of course I immediately got book 2 about which i had no idea it was out since March I remembered mostly what happened in Clockwork Heart which was quite a favorite for its great mix of romance, adventure and world building and took a...

  7. Alfred says:

    This book is almost as well written as the first however, the ending felt rushed and a little implausible She broke a couple of her own rules that she established in book one, which is always a let down, but it is an enjoyable read.

  8. Wendy says:

    A solid middle book for a trilogy The characters continue to grow and develop and the storyline follows that started in the first book and leads to the final book, but wraps up with a satisfying conclusion I real...

  9. Samantha says:

    The first 30% of the book starts off slowly It really picks up around the 50% mark There s some decent character development that takes place however, the world building feels much less confident.Good enough that I have every intention of reading the final book in the series.

  10. Syahira Sharif says:

    This book is the continuation of Clockwork Heart which was published on 2008 Despite having a six year gap between the prequel and this sequel, I didn t notice any timeline discrepancies between the books and Clockwork Lies is enjoyable as a stand alone Steampunk Fantasy novel Since I didn t exactly wait six years for this book to happen as I only found the series from a book sale recently, I do think this book was worth the wait.Much like the last book, Taya Icarus was again involved in a pol This book is the continuation of Clockwork Heart which was published on 2008 Despite having a six year gap between the prequel and this sequel, I didn t notice any timeline discrepancies between the books and Clockwork Lies is enjoyable as a stand alone Steampunk Fantasy novel Since I didn t exactly wait six years for this book to happen as I only found the series from a book sale recently, I do think this book was worth the wait.Much like t...

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