Bishop Steel is still missing, so AB’Gale must follow the map continuing the search for her papa. Her quest leads Abby down dangerous paths that threaten to get her captured by the System. Danger lurks at every turn of the road, on every doorstep and every train.
Finding it difficult to know who to trust when she discovers she is now wanted for crimes against the System, Abby travels under the guise of a young boy. Conflicted with the desire to rid her world of the unjust or find her papa, Abby finds few friends amid hobos, air pirates, and entrepreneurs.
Abby finds that real friends will never abandon you, nor will they allow you to give up on your convictions. A true awakening to internal conflict and the desire to put right what is wrong, this is the great American adventure ringing with the sound of freedom along the steel routes.
Panic overcomes me as I slowly wake; I don’t know where I am.CHAPTER 1
(@7thStarPress, 30 November 2014, ebook, 241 pages, bought from @AmazonKindle)
This has been on my TBR list for ages since I took part in a blog tour for the first book. I really enjoyed this book, a blend of historical fiction, literary fiction and steampunk. It picks up pretty soon after the first book ends. It’s been a while since I read the first book so it took a few chapters to get reacquainted with Abbey. This is well-written and hugely enjoyable. I look forward to getting lost in the final book.