The Ruby Airship - Sharon Gosling

The Ruby Airship

By Sharon Gosling

  • Release Date: 2015-02-01
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
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In this action-packed sequel to The Diamond Thief, trapeze-artist Remy has left the circus and her life as a jewel thief behind, but doubts that young detective Thaddeus Rec will ever truly trust her. Torn between her new life and her old, her mind is made up when Yannick, a fellow circus-performer from Remy's past, arrives in London. Remy decides it's time to go with him to France, and rejoin her best friend Claudette and the circus. But Thaddeus is sure that Yannick is up to no good. He's determined to track them down and win Remy back, even if he has to embark on a perilous journey by airship to do so.

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  • a story that was as unique, clever and tension filled as the first,

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    By glhince
    I always worry that sequels will never live up to expectations or hopes, but Sharon Gosling managed to create a story that was as unique, clever and tension filled as the first, with the added bonus of getting to know more about the characters we had met in the first. Rémy has left the circus and thieving behind, but insecure that he’s not noticed, or that his work and constant attentions with the more upscale side of London will keep them divided as he sees her wanting. She’s in the midst of an identity crisis and jewels are missing. Not to mention when Rémy starts to question, she discovers her friend is missing. Will Thaddeus believe she’s involved? Rémy and Thaddeus both learn so much about themselves, their earlier confidence in their own invincibility and worldly knowledge is shaken, and while not bringing them to despair, give them new perspective on their approaches. J is wonderfully inventive and a touch of an evil genius with his gadgets, the steampunk elements in this story really shine. And the Steampunk and historical elements are added with flair, little tidbits dropped into the story to flavor the world, and give readers a sense of the time. These elements mix together with the questions about guilt and innocence: with missing friends, more adventure and a sudden return that causes questions for everyone, the plot is twisty, turny and loads of fun. There are still questions for Rémy and Thad: are they friends, does he suspect her, can they be more to one another. And with Yannick in the picture, is Thad’s unease because of jealousy or is his dislike based on something more ‘real’. A great installment that has readers wondering if they will ever get to the bottom of the thefts and disappearances, and can Rémy and Thad ever meet on solid ground? I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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