Very well written, realistic ( an odd word to describe a work of imagination, but an apt one) book. The narration is excellent. The main character i..Show More »s a bit too unemotional at the end, but she acknowledges it herself. She seems to care more about scholarship, than about life. That is the reason this story gets four instead of five stars.
A romp in make believe world you believe there was
I loved the first book in this series, "A Natural History of Dragons". I love this one perhaps even more. Set in a world similar to Victorian Engla..Show More »nd but not quite with Dragons and manners. What fun with the irrepressible Lady Trent leading the way into the modern age.