The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley


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  • 19 December 2020
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    Read The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) Free download Ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ç Paul Crilley Paul Crilley ç 6 Read 3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Osiris Curse is an interesting novel I think reading this one has made me develop a new ap

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley This was my first short review for CCLaP as well as my first ever provided by the publisher ARC I would give this a solid 35 if GR would allow such things but will settle for elaborating on my original review at some point in the undefined future

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Fantasy Review BarnNote What follows is a review of two books The Lazarus Machine and The Osiris Curse I have cho

  4. says: The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley

    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley The Osiris Curse is the second book in Paul Crilley’s YA steampunk series TWEED AND NIGHTINGALE While much of

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Paul Crilley ç 6 Read Read The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) 35 starsWhat I loved mostly was Tweed and Octavia; their personalities connection with one another and thebattle of wits ❤Certain interesting and captivating adventures However uite descriptive scenes makes u wan

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Read The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) A really fun great steampunk adventure really enjoyed it and may check out the rest of this series

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Paul Crilley ç 6 Read Read The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) Maybe 35?The only reason I read this was because I bought it with the first book at a book fair and it would be a waste to leave a book unreadI didn't really enjoy the first book so I came in without any expectations This I found out was a good thing because I was able to enjoy this one a little bit I think?For me Tweed was still the memeable version of Sherlock Holmes much like how Benedict Cumberbatch portra

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    Read The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Today’s post is on The Osiris Curse by Paul Crilley It is the second in his Tweed Nightingale series It is 286 pages long and is published by PYR The cover has the two main characters looking cool and steampunky with flying machines pyramids and with an evil looking mummy in the background The intended reader is young adult but a

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley Exactly as the two star rating implies The Osiris Curse is an ok book Nothing special not terrible but nothing I n

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    The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) (E–pub/E–book) ï Paul Crilley It wasn't as good as the first book but it's still great I feel that the characters such as HG Wells and Nikola Tesla are just mentioned to m

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The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2)

The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) Free read Á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Steampunk Sherlock Holmes meets The X Files with a dash of romantic tension and a large dose of adventure When Nikola Tesla is murdered and blueprints for his super weapons are stolen Tweed and Nightingale are drawn into a global cat and mouse chase with his killers What's it seems that the people who shot Nikola Tesla are the same. Fantasy Review BarnNote What follows is a review of two books The Lazarus Machine and The Osiris Curse I have chosen to review them together because I read them back to back on a weekend trip and there really isn t enough to differentiate them into separate reviewsThe rules of steampunk are simple1 Set the story in Victorian England2 Put a slightly askew male character together with an all to aware plucky female character3 Have them solve a mystery that involves secret plots against The Empire4 Choose one or of the following Zombies Mummys Secret Societies Vampires and any literary characters that fit the time period you wantNot groundbreaking but not meant to be Serial fiction with some by the numbers plots full of adventure and banter I can t imagine anyone being fooled going in as to what they are going to get here so why judge it for anything other than what it is supposed to beTweed is a socially awkward teen genius that helps his dad pull cons off Nightingale is low rung journalist searching for clues as to where her mother has gone When Tweed s dad is taken by what appears to be a once thought dead Moriarty fate works to bring these two unlikely partners together Learning that they work well together they fight search and flirt their way through two books of adventureSo the uestion is how well does the book do what its purpose seems to suggest Does it provide entertaining escapism Does the dynamic duo work well together and have a good line of banter Yes I consider banter a reuirement I am a person who believes if I enjoy a book it is not a waste of time no matter how light and fluffy and for both books in this series I found myself entertained plentyWhat drives the series so far is Tweed and Nightingale as a duo The series does a little better than some in establishing that the feminist rights movement has a good foothold in this alt world so Nightingale s awareness and ability to move within the world is a little less out of place than some Victorian fantasy tales Tweed is suitable strange and in one facet surprisingly realistic he is plenty confident in himself even arrogant at times yet finds him second guessing himself when in social situations The pair provides the banter I love perhaps a little too snappy under duress situations but that is to be expected They take turns rescuing each other switch roles as mastermind of the operations and in short just WORK Their reuisite romantic feelings are played just enough to be interesting without ever getting in the way of the rest of the story The second book especially played it well with some well timed white knight comments made in relation to both of themPlot wise The Lazarus Machine was a better book It had its share of WTF moments with an eleven year old hacker really raising my eyebrows yes computers ran by punchcards But it was set up uickly introducing us to all the various influences that are canon in this alt world Tesla machines and Sherlock Holmes are almost assured in the genre also present is Gibson s Difference Engine and Frankenstein and his works The dynamic duo find a plot against the ueen learn of a machine that can move a person s soul and of course end up saving the day Spoiler Of course it is but if you didn t know it was coming by the end of the book I can t help youThe Osiris Curse was a bit weaker Same fun ideas same dynamic due but not as interesting in plot A missing Egyptologist may have stumbled on a secret that could change everything Tesla is murdered in his lab And Tweed and Nightingale stumble into yet another plot against the Empire This time the team will follow the trail to Egypt and then into the center of the world The details were even farfetched coincidences came a bit too often and major characters were painfully clueless at times But it did have lizard men so that could be a selling point for some Not a bad book it follows the same formula that made the first book endearing Just not as good in my mindChances are if you have read much steampunk you have a read a book just like these George Mann Philippa Balantine and even Gail Carriger with a bit romance have all written something with this formula But if this is the kind of thing you like give it a run It certainly worked for me and made my down time this weekend fly4 stars The Lazarus Machine3 stars The Osiris Curse

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The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) Free read Á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB People responsible for Octavia's mother's disappearance As the two cases intertwine Tweed and Nightingale's investigations lead them to a murdered archeologist and a secret society called The Hermetic Order of Set Fleeing the cult's wrath they go undercover on the luxury airship The Albion setting out on her maiden voyage to Tutankh. A really fun great steampunk adventure really enjoyed it and may check out the rest of this series Ik huur een man undercover on the luxury airship The Albion setting out on her maiden voyage to Tutankh. A really fun great steampunk adventure really enjoyed it and may check out the rest of this series

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The Osiris Curse (Tweed Nightingale Adventures, #2) Free read Á PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Amen's View a five star hotel built in the hollowed out and refurbished Great Pyramid of Giza In Egypt the duo begin to unravel the terrible truth behind Tesla's death a secret so earth shattering that if revealed it would mean rewriting the entire history of the world But if the cult's plans aren't stopped Britain may lose the futu. Exactly as the two star rating implies The Osiris Curse is an ok book Nothing special not terrible but nothing I need to ever read again Part of my response might have to do with the fact that I did not have the opportunity to read the first book in the series so I did not have the same level of emotional attachment to the characters as other readers who had started with book 1 may have had Tweed was only interesting as a character because he was riding on the coattails of Sherlock Holmes and I never managed to connect with Nightingale I did like how the steampunk elements felt like an intrinsic part of the world Several steampunk books I ve read had felt like the steampunk bits were added on as an afterthought so it was nice to see a series in which the book actually was steampunkHonestly much of the book felt ridiculous and not in a good way So much was borrowed from famous historical figures or books Tesla Sherlock Holmes and Journey to the Center of the Earth to name the most obviously borrowed that it was hard for me to really step back and enjoy this book on its own A decent YA book but not recommended for hardcore steampunk fantasy or science fiction fans