Wednesday, June 5, 2013

The Machine God By MeiLin Miranda

I recently read The Machine God by MeiLin Miranda, which is Book 3 in The Drifting Isle Chronicles.This is a stand-alone book so you don't have to read all of the series unless you want to (and I want to so if the other authors would like for me to review their books...hit me up. Contact info is over there on the sidebar).


This book is available for purchase at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

The Blurb
One thing makes life in Eisenstadt bearable for exiled Professor Oladel Adewole: the island floating a mile above the city. He's an expert in world mythology about the island, but no one's ever been there or knows how it got there.

When a brilliant engineer makes it to the island in her new invention, the government sends Adewole up with its first survey team. The expedition finds civilization, and Adewole finds a powerful, forbidden fusion of magic and metal: the Machine God.

The government wants it. So does a sociopath bent on ruling Eisenstadt. But when Adewole discovers who the mechanical creature is--and what it can do--he risks his heart and his life to protect the Machine God from the world, and the world from the Machine God.

My Review
The Machine God (The Drifting Isle Chronicles #3)The Machine God by MeiLin Miranda
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Interesting concept and likable characters. The fantasy world is told in a way that is easy to imagine and the story is appropriate for a younger audience.

I found a single editing error but the story is well-written and so very nearly polished that it shouldn't bother most readers.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review. I'm interested in seeing how the rest of the series holds up to this book.

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