Genres: Steampunk Romance, Urban Fantasy
Published by Orbit
Released on March 2, 2012
Ah yes, the last in the series. I had several bittersweet moments because it really did a fantastic job as the anchor book. I mostly laughed at the usual scintillating wit and whimsical characters, but there was definitely one good tear-jerker moment and lots of heartwarming and surprise to round it out. It felt complete, but also left the avenue open for more from the series and the Parasol Protectorate world.
Timeless is the fifth in the engaging steampunk-urban fantasy series that must be read in order.
A few years have passed since the events in Heartless. Alexia, Conall, Lord Akeldama, and the pack are settled into domesticity as the Infant-Inconvenience grows into a precocious toddler. But then the peace is ended with a murder and a missive from the Egyptian vampire queen.
So much happened and rearranged in this story for all the characters. There were a few storylines that got me tense because I was dreading the big emotional fall-outs, but like before, the fallout was there without the prolonged agony. Tough choices were made and the tough consequences followed. There were some great surprising twists and action moments.
Alexia and Conall’s romance continued to draw me in and I loved seeing them still acrimoniously passionate after married life has settled on them. It was fun to see side characters Biffy, Lyall, and Ivy get more page time and I loved seeing a large group of the cast head to Egypt for that part of the adventure while things were no less exciting back home in London.
All in all, I was well satisfied with where this book went and how it delivered the end of the series. I most definitely need to continue with prequel series, novella sequels, and the spin-off next gen series. Again, I push you toward snagging these books if you are intrigued by steampunk, urban fantasy or a mash of both.
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