As Timeless as Stone by Cornelia Amiri

by Cheryl at Maniac Readers
"As Timeless as Stone by Maeve Alpin is as timeless as the sand in an hourglass. I really cant contain myself. This short story was like uncovering a priceless artifact. It read like a full length novel. Both Ricard and Seshat were interesting characters. Ricard is not the stuffy type of guy I picture when I think of historians. It was fascinating to see and experience all of modern technology through Seshats eyes. There was definitely passion between Ricard and Seshat. If you havent tried a steam punk novel yet, then you should give As Timeless as Stone a try. I cant wait to see what Maeve Alpin serves up next."

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