Tinker s War Steam technology and spring powered engines have evolved since Tinker s discovery of Blackrock Steel which can store vast amounts of energy but word of this incredible resource has spread far and wi

  • Title: Tinker's War
  • Author: Jamie Sedgwick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Steam technology and spring powered engines have evolved since Tinker s discovery of Blackrock Steel, which can store vast amounts of energy, but word of this incredible resource has spread far and wide When a horde of barbarian warriors known as Vangars sweep across the Frigid Sea in massive airships fueled by precious but dwindling supplies of black tar like oil, they aSteam technology and spring powered engines have evolved since Tinker s discovery of Blackrock Steel, which can store vast amounts of energy, but word of this incredible resource has spread far and wide When a horde of barbarian warriors known as Vangars sweep across the Frigid Sea in massive airships fueled by precious but dwindling supplies of black tar like oil, they are determined to learn the secrets of Blackrock Steel at any cost They assault the capital city, slaying King Ryshan and the entire royal family, and then ravage the countryside, leaving a cloud of acrid black smoke and the stench of death in their wake.Breeze has been content with the peaceful life of a pilot, shuttling nobles back and forth in her spring powered planes for years, but now the kingdom of Astatia has once again been thrust into war and the Vangars have taken Tinker captive Breeze must rescue the clever old inventor who has been a father to her for most of her life, but she has one chance to defeat the Vangars If she saves Tinker instead, Breeze might lose that opportunity forever.In the midst of the chaos, Breeze finds herself trapped in the middle of a romantic conspiracy to wed her off to a young pilot She has no interest in marrying her would be suitor, nor in the young Tal mar warrior who would claim her as his own or does she The only thing Breeze knows for sure is that if she fails, the secret of Blackrock Steel will fall into the hands of the Vangars and Astatia will face a dark future of slavery and ruin.

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    About “Jamie Sedgwick

    1. Jamie Sedgwick says:

      I m married with three children I live in Northern California surrounded by grapevines and redwood groves I write mystery, thriller, sci fi, and fantasy I enjoy camping, building canoes, making wine, restoring classic cars, blacksmithing, and black powder firearms.You can contact me at jeramygates sbcglobal



    2 thoughts on “Tinker's War

    1. Great follow on to the Tinkerer's Daughter. This picks up nicely where the first book left off, and Breeze is quite a bit older and wiser. She has a very commanding presence in the book and shows that she knows how to lead. I would really like to see a drawing of how the planes are made and driven, that would be a neat thing to see. All in all as the one before this is a great book and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who likes the Steampunk genre.

    2. An amazing sequel to Sedgwick's "The Tinkerer's Daughter". Book two jumps ahead 10 years to meet back up with our protagonist Breeze as she struggles against war and bloodshed as her world is invaded by ruthless warriors from across the oceans. This second book is packed full of action and had me on the edge of my seat the whole way through. Steampunk lovers will be thrilled with the gadgets and steam powered machines introduced in Book two. Definitely a nail-biter right up to the end!

    3. This isn't a bad book. I loved the first in the trilogy, but I just wasn't able to get into this one, and I'm going to say that the fault was mine. We'll see how things go with the next one, but I'll probably come back at another time and try it again.

    4. Just as good as book 1. Can't wait to get into the next one. I am not about to give away one little bit, read it yourself.vying

    5. I couldn't even finish this. Normally I like to finish a series regardless of how much it's bothering me, but this one No.Between the idiotic romance and the most contrived love triangle since Twilight, I just couldn't stand it any more.I will not be attempting the third book, it can only get worse.

    6. AstonishingFor being the second book in the series, it continued seamlessly. The characters from the first book become more beloved,and the new characters are becoming known. Can't wait to start the third book. Enjoy!

    7. Can not been wait to read book three!I want to know what happened to Rivers mom. I hate some of what happen, but just makes me want to read next book more.

    8. It was an ok read, but feel like more could have been done with the story. It felt a bit immature when the characters now are meant to be grown up.

    9. Every book that Jamie Sedgwick has written, and that I have read has been a fantastic book. They read fast and will keep you captivated from cover to cover. I highly recommend them all.Steve

    10. RobieThis story was unique. Breeze grows as a leader and a young woman in love during a time of survival and battles. I enjoyed this book, although the ending was a bit unexpected. Never heard of this place before, but it does lead the way into the next book; I 'my on my way!Thanks for continuing to write such great stories.Lynn

    11. Winter's WarBook Two of The Tinkerer's Daughter series. I've read Book one and am anxious to get started on Book three, which I've already purchased. So that should tell you something. Yes, I'm enjoying this series. Is youth fiction? Perhaps. I do know it seems appropriate for young people with no explicit sex and little explicit violence. It has a compelling story that I think would appeal saga l

    12. My review is also posted on I want to start by saying, I love this story! Breeze is a character that every single person on the planet can identify with, at some level. All the characters are people (Human or Tal'mar) have something essential to the nature of a good story. Jamie Sedgwick is a very talented writer!Here is where I have a slight issue with the taleBreeze, in many ways, reminds me of the characters in Star Trek Voyager. They each seem to face a level of diversity that pushes them to [...]

    13. I was so happy to see a second book in this series. I started reading it right away. But then it seemed like the people all went wimpy and mushy. The strong, independent protagonist is now bogged down in romance issues, and when she "felt sick to her stomach" a short time after she realized which of the males was her true love, I knew the book could only go downhill. Saddened, I skipped ahead to see if it was going to lead where I thought it might, and I was right. By the near end of the book, t [...]

    14. RivetingAfter reading the first book, I much more enjoyed this one. Lots of action that just riveted my attention. There were a few places where the author tells the story ahead of what's going to happen which I personally found disappointing that it spoiled the ending and I had to go back to reread some parts that threw me off because the detail wasn't consistent,but over all the storyline was awesome and the characters really stick with you long after your finished reading.

    15. It took me a long time to read this book after receiving it as a winner of a giveaway for an honest review. Because it was the second book in the series, I first had to find and read the first book of The Tinkerer's Daughter Series. I found it interesting and pretty well written. It wasn't a book that held my attention however. I can read most books pretty quickly most times, but this one took a bit of an effort.

    16. I got so involved in this trilogy, I love the characters, but nooo, then alright, then aww crud, then yeaaaaa then ahhhhh bummer. Really good, still good for teens and young adults. Got a paperback that I finished reading, time to start Blood and Steam.

    17. WowAnother great tale but so heartbreaking! I can't wait to read the next part of the story. I hated to reach the end!

    18. Very good Steampunk tale set in a world some where in a history that spans a period of inventions in out of time as an alternative memory we remember but what if. It happened in our history?

    19. Won on First Reads, thank you very much!Steampunk and pirates with romance An awesome combination! :0)Review to come!

    20. Good readWell written, good story, makes you wnt the thirdWould have expected more involvement from the perspective of elves and kanters, bout OK as isD

    21. Rare talentTake an old concept , elves ,giants,and magic then give it all a new twist.A great fun read. I have already started the next episode.

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