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Clockbreakers: Asterion's Curse, by Kate Ristau

aprildiamond's review

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4.0

a super quick, fast-paced read! i really liked the main trio and their dynamics with each other.

at times this felt like setup for the rest of the series but i didn't really mind; i just hope the interesting plot avenues that were opened up at the end of this one get explored in the following books.

emitchellwrites's review

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5.0

Charlie is an extraordinary girl with a will to match. Her adventure is one that will have you flipping pages, hoping no one and nothing bothers you so you can get to the end. I don't read a lot of middle-grade fiction--I'm 28--but a rich story such as CLOCKBREAKERS is like The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix, too fun to care and binge-worthy.

emitchellwrites's review against another edition

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5.0

Charlie is an extraordinary girl with a will to match. Her adventure is one that will have you flipping pages, hoping no one and nothing bothers you so you can get to the end. I don't read a lot of middle-grade fiction--I'm 28--but a rich story such as CLOCKBREAKERS is like The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix, too fun to care and binge-worthy.
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