The Queen of All Crows

The Queen of All Crows

Only one woman can stop the world from descending into endless war. The year is 2012. The nations of the world are bound together in an alliance of collective security, overseen by the International Patent Office. When airships start disappearing in the middle of the Atlantic, the Patent Office is desperate to discover what has happened. Forbidden to operate beyond the terri Only one woman can stop the world from descending into endless war. The year is 2012. The nations of the world...

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Title:The Queen of All Crows
Author:Rod Duncan
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:The Queen of All Crows
ISBN13
9780857667014
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:348 pages pages

The Queen of All Crows Reviews

  • Jason
    Mar 11, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

  • Mike
    Jan 10, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

  • Jen
    Jan 17, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

  • Lynn Williams
    Jan 11, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

  • Jon Chaisson
    Jun 10, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

  • Ruth
    Jul 16, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

    i found a lot of good points and not so bad points from this book. First I really liked the change of scene bringing Elizabeth to the ocean, as well as the female pirates and their government. My first annoyance was we didn't get to see more back ground of the queens grand daugh...

    2.5 stars - it was something to listen to while sitting in traffic, but a lot of decisions the characters made didn't feel right. For example, why would Elizabeth ask John to risk his life to bring her a file rather than to just read it and tell her what it said later? Why would the Sa...

    c2018 (7) FWFTB: security, airships, Atlantic, floating, pirates. Set in the Gas-Lit Empire, little world building had to be done in this the first of a new series. I think I ended up as being as uncertain of the heroine as she is of herself. I am glad of one development and that is th...

  • Melissa
    Jan 04, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

  • Jacey
    Jul 17, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

  • Louise
    Dec 31, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

  • Callahan Wade
    Feb 06, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

    i found a lot of good points and not so bad points from this book. First I really liked the change of scene bringing Elizabeth to the ocean, as well as the female pirates and their government. My first annoyance was we didn't get to see more back ground of the queens grand daugh...

    2.5 stars - it was something to listen to while sitting in traffic, but a lot of decisions the characters made didn't feel right. For example, why would Elizabeth ask John to risk his life to bring her a file rather than to just read it and tell her what it said later? Why would the Sa...

    c2018 (7) FWFTB: security, airships, Atlantic, floating, pirates. Set in the Gas-Lit Empire, little world building had to be done in this the first of a new series. I think I ended up as being as uncertain of the heroine as she is of herself. I am glad of one development and that is th...

    It's a good thing I found out this is the first book in a trilogy, as the ending was quite abrupt with many hanging plot lines. I was disappointed that the Fidelia character died at the end, as she could have added a lot of plot twists in the next book. Also, the death of Sian was not ...

    Rating: 4/5 A really fun, engaging story with an excellent premise. I felt like there were some pulled punches toward the end, and there were places I wanted the story to go that it shied away from. Best parts were definitely the worldbuilding, Elizabeth, and the Sargassans. The ...

  • Michele
    Nov 22, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

  • Elaine Aldred
    Feb 23, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

  • Dave
    Jun 13, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

    i found a lot of good points and not so bad points from this book. First I really liked the change of scene bringing Elizabeth to the ocean, as well as the female pirates and their government. My first annoyance was we didn't get to see more back ground of the queens grand daugh...

    2.5 stars - it was something to listen to while sitting in traffic, but a lot of decisions the characters made didn't feel right. For example, why would Elizabeth ask John to risk his life to bring her a file rather than to just read it and tell her what it said later? Why would the Sa...

    c2018 (7) FWFTB: security, airships, Atlantic, floating, pirates. Set in the Gas-Lit Empire, little world building had to be done in this the first of a new series. I think I ended up as being as uncertain of the heroine as she is of herself. I am glad of one development and that is th...

    It's a good thing I found out this is the first book in a trilogy, as the ending was quite abrupt with many hanging plot lines. I was disappointed that the Fidelia character died at the end, as she could have added a lot of plot twists in the next book. Also, the death of Sian was not ...

  • Online Eccentric Librarian
    Nov 28, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

  • Rachel Chiapparine
    Jan 19, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

  • Naty
    Dec 13, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

  • Jan
    Dec 11, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

  • Bmeyer
    Aug 29, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

  • Katherine Hetzel
    Aug 27, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

  • Dgordon
    Nov 20, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

  • Warren Dunham
    Mar 21, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

    i found a lot of good points and not so bad points from this book. First I really liked the change of scene bringing Elizabeth to the ocean, as well as the female pirates and their government. My first annoyance was we didn't get to see more back ground of the queens grand daugh...

  • Sara Codair
    Nov 30, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

  • Ry Herman
    Oct 09, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

  • ROB HAIN
    Jul 26, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

  • Rescribo
    Oct 28, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...

    The Queen of All Crows is the first in another series of novels about Elizabeth Barnabus, the Gas-Lit Empire, the Patent Office, and all the adventures therein. I'm so emotionally attached to the characters in these books - they are real people to me with flaws and strengths. The world...

    Review copy from netgalley.com. I really enjoyed Rod Duncan's first Elizabeth Barnabus trilogy (The Bullet catcher's Daughter, Unseemly Science, and Custodian of Marvels) so I was delighted to find that he's picked up Elizabeth's story again a short while after Elizabeth has won her f...

    I am not a big fan of steampunk; it has tendency to come off as pining for a horrible time (or maybe I should say the best of times and the worst of times) in American society just so people can wear bowlers, top hats, goggles, and corsets (news flash; real corsets did bad things to wo...

    i found a lot of good points and not so bad points from this book. First I really liked the change of scene bringing Elizabeth to the ocean, as well as the female pirates and their government. My first annoyance was we didn't get to see more back ground of the queens grand daugh...

    2.5 stars - it was something to listen to while sitting in traffic, but a lot of decisions the characters made didn't feel right. For example, why would Elizabeth ask John to risk his life to bring her a file rather than to just read it and tell her what it said later? Why would the Sa...

  • Briauna A.
    Aug 11, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

  • Jay Quietnight
    May 10, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

  • J.D. DeHart
    Nov 08, 2017

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

  • Poosco
    Jun 20, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

  • Banshee
    Mar 07, 2018

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Some authors really find a groove in their series where each new book is more enjoyable than the last. But Rod Duncan has done even better with The Queen Of All Crows: he's taken the Gas Lit Empire series into ...

    4 Stars I love Elizabeth so much. Sad that I now have to wait again for the next book to come out. Also, I need more John Farthing next time. Just saying. ...

    Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review Brilliant world-building, a fascinating protagonist, and a gripping story line! The Queen of All Crows begins a little while after the events of the first trilogy in Duncan's alternative history that bran...

    3.5 of 5 stars https://lynns-books.com/2018/01/04/th... The Queen of All Crows is a difficult book for me to review. I did struggle a little to get through it but in fairness to the book and the author I think that?s down to me and not the book ? hence why I?m having difficulti...

    Queen of All Crows When my request Queen of All Crows was approved on NetGalley, I was thrilled to hear that the wait to see what happened with Elizabeth Barnabus and John Farthing would be over. However, my experience reading the newest story in the world of the Gas-Lit Empire was ...

    This is a great follow-up to the Gas-Lit trilogy Rod. Thoroughly enjoyable! ...

    It's 2012 and Elizabeth Barnabus is now a spy for the Patent Office, this alternate universe story is a new edition to the world of the Gas-Lit Empire that Rod Duncan established in three previous books. Fast paced, action packed, female pirates, airships being shot from the sky, wha...

    3.5 out of 5 stars My thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. Fresh off her battle with the International Patent Court, Elizabeth Barnabus finds herself working on behalf of that very organization that brought her so muc...

    I love the world of the Gas-Lit Empire. And the first in this new trilogy, following Elizabeth in her new role as a spy for the Patent Office, did not disappoint. This time, we take to the seas, and although the story begins with Elizabeth disguised as a man - which served her so we...

    This book reads as a kind of alternative history, with many elements mixing into the fictional account. There is a protagonist who drives the narrative and enough detail to make the story believable...even more so than I find common in fantasy and science fiction. The first of a ser...

    Really good! I was hoping this series would continue and was glad to find it does. Every book has been wholly different from the last and I really dig the change, but if you had told me that Elizabeth would be reckoning with a society of pirate proto-submariner women in the Caribbean I...

    In this fourth novel revolving around the adventures of Elizabeth Barnabus, we see our hero taken out of her element and thrown into a world adrift in the Atlantic. There's no pause in the action in this high-stakes story. An excellent addition to what aspires to be a nine-part series!...

    Another great read. Love these characters. Looking forward to the next ...

    An excellent continuation of the Gas-Lit Empire universe, and quite a fun read. ...

    Excellent read! The author does a wonderful job of incorporating new ideas and elements in this series, which I enjoyed. Looking forward to more adventures with Elizabeth! And I especially enjoyed the elements of chance, fate, free will and unknown things. Brought to mind a conversa...

    I'm going to need the next one like meow ...

    Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Wow! And wow again! And then wow some more! I was already madly in love with Elizabeth (also known as Edwin) Barnabus, the gender fluid circus-born orphan and intelligence gatherer of Duncan's first tri...

    n the year 2012 the International Patent Office continues to maintain a tight grip on the types of technology in use around most the world. When airships begin disappearing in mid-Atlantic the Patent Office need to find out what is going on. But as their authority does not extend be...

    I bought this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I love the first trilogy set in this same world. My personal review of the book is as follows: I want to start this review off by saying that I follow/have talked with the author on Twitter and I think that he is a cool guy; ...

    I am a bit annoyed by the way this book has been marketed. It is billed as the first book in a trilogy. But reading it, I soon noticed that there was a lot of unexplained backstory. A LOT. After a while I stopped waiting for it to be explained and wondered what was going on. It turn...

    I literally gave squeak when I was accepted for this book! I love steampunk and I had read the series that precedes this one (The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire, review to come!) and loved it so much! This author doesn't get enough love in my opinion! This is the story of Elizabeth Barn...

    Elizabeth, the main character, is searching for her lost friend whose ship went down over the ocean. She is willing to do just about anything to find her, including manipulating her lover who works as part of the Patent Office. The search leads her to a mysterious group of pirates who ...