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The Brass Queen ➳ [Reading] ➶ The Brass Queen By Elizabeth Chatsworth ➩ – Thomashillier.co.uk In 1897 a fiery British aristocrat and an inept US spy search for a stolen invisibility serum that could spark a global warMiss Constance Haltwhistle is the last in a line of blue blooded rogue invent In a fiery British aristocrat and an inept US spy search for a stolen invisibility serum that could spark a global warMiss Constance Haltwhistle is the last in a line of blue blooded rogue inventors Selling exotic firearms under her alias the The Brass ePUB ½ ‘Brass ueen’ has kept her baronial estate’s coffers full But when US spy Trusdale saves her from assassins she’s pulled into a search for a scientist with an invisibility serum As royal foes create an invisible army to start a global war Constance and Trusdale must learn to trust each other If they don’t the world they know will literally disappear before their eyes.

  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • The Brass Queen
  • Elizabeth Chatsworth
  • English
  • 05 September 2015
  • 9780744300093

10 thoughts on “The Brass Queen

  1. Elizabeth Chatsworth Elizabeth Chatsworth says:

    Comedy romance and adventure light up this delightful gaslamp fantasy set in an alternate Victorian age THE BRASS UEEN was a 2018 Golden Heart® finalist was showcased in Pitch Wars 2017 and won numerous contests including The Far Side Contest 2018 Light Paranormal category The Molly Contest 2018 Paranormal category Put Your Heart In A Book Contest 2018 Paranormal Science Fiction Fantasy category The Best Banter Contest 2018 Paranormal category and The Catherine Contest 2018 Wild Card category

  2. Dianne Dianne says:

    Need a great reading fix Want to laugh cheer and marvel at the world these characters live in Looking for a feisty fun heroine who marches to the beat of her own drummer Meet Constance Haltwhistle the seemingly self assured start of Elizabeth Chatsworth’s THE BRASS UEEN Trust me you’ll be glad you didForced to find a husband Constance isn’t the easiest or most desirable lady in the marriage mart and actually she would prefer to avoid the entire messy affair except her father has disappeared and her estate is in danger Enter US spy from Kansas Trusdale under the guise of a brilliant scientist But can he fool the intrepid Miss Haltwhistle Is there something to her than meets the eye Is she a villain or a woman with a huge heart and good intentions Settle in for a madcap ride created by an author who has a brilliant sense of timing for adventure and humorI received a complimentary ARC edition This is my honest and voluntary reviewPublication date January 12 2021Publisher Camcat Publishing LLC Genre Steampunk FantasyPrint length 457 pagesAvailable from | Barnes NobleFor Reviews Giveaways Fabulous Book News follow

  3. D.B. Woodling D.B. Woodling says:

    In The Brass ueen this very capable author transports her readers into a nineteenth century magical world of festooned airships exo suits multi fueled flamethrowers mechanical mallet wielding beasts brass blunderbusses and invisibility serumThe heroine—gregarious hilarious and larger than life—Constance Haltwhistle is an arms dealer for an enterprise known as Steamwerks and the daughter of ‘a portal tripping mad scientist’ Thrust into a fanatical hunt for a husband in order to retain her family’s estate she reluctantly hosts a coming out ball There she meets JF Trusdale a cowboy from Kansas; the only thing plain about him is the land upon which he took his first breathFollowing the kidnapping of her avant garde scientists Constance realizes a diabolical plan is in play and selflessly tosses her own agenda aside with the gallant Trusdale at the ready to assistThe novel clips along at an entertaining pace New to this genre I found it a surprisingly refreshing change from the detective mysteries I normally read and I highly recommend it

  4. Gabi Coatsworth Gabi Coatsworth says:

    I’m fussy about what I read and rarely give a five star review but I was lucky enough to be an early reader of this book and found it delightful Not only is the world of Lady Constance fun to be in but the witty repartee between her and the ‘tall dark and almost handsome’ American spy she has to deal with is hilarious A perfect book for when you need cheering up or just to get away from this world to Victorian Yorkshire where the book is set A must for lovers of humorous fiction adventure fiction historical fiction albeit alternative and steampunk There’s nothing distressing in it just a good fun read And I think teenagers will love it too I hope there’s a seuel in the works

  5. A.S. A.S. says:

    Oh my goodness what a fun steam powered adventure story THE BRASS UEEN was From the first line in the book The grass is always greener in another dimension the main character Constance Haltwhistle steps directly off the page and brings her entire steampunk world with her I couldn't decide it it was true inter dimensional travel on Haltwhistle's part or if it was just Chatsworth's splendid writing which is utterly perfectIf you're looking for a light hearted laugh out loud Steampunk adventure story with a sharp main character and an eually multi dimensional universe dimensions or character dimensions cast of absurdly hilarious characters then you absolutely must pick up THE BRASS UEEN

  6. Allison Allison says:

    The Brass ueen is a delightful fun madcap steampunk adventure and I enjoyed it enormously It's escapism in the purest sense of the word which is exactly what I wanted to read right now The plot threads overlap and tangle wildly with fast moving technicolor hijinks in every chapter It also doesn't take itself too seriously encouraging the reader to kick back and enjoy the ride It's 400 pages long but I absolutely whipped through it in a weekendI'd describe this book as Penny Dreadful meets Scooby Doo on a dirigible which is a set of words I frankly never thought I'd use consecutivelyIf you're in the mood for a steampunk spree involving invisible assassins Murder Polo sky pirates and a brief appearance by the kraken you will absolutely eat this up

  7. Regency Girl Regency Girl says:

    The Brass ueen is a thoroughly delightful steampunk romp with loads of witty banter and endearingly uirky characters Constance Haltwhistle is a kickass heroine who designs lethal weaponry while still trying to adhere to proper etiuette according to her trusty copy of Babett's Modern Manners JF Trusdale is the mysterious American who becomes her reluctant ally in a uest to find three kidnapped scientists Imaginative and amusing it kept me entertained to the very last page Truly a fun escapist read I'm already looking forward to next book in this enchanting series

  8. J.S. Dewes J.S. Dewes says:

    If you want to kick 2021 off with a hearty dose of fantasy shenanigans go preorder this joyous romp today—your future self will be eternally gratefulWhile hosting a literally disastrous party British aristocrat Constance Haltwhistle meets rough around the edges Kansas cowboy turned spy JF Trusdale It’s the definition of “oil on water” as the two are forced into a partnership neither thinks they want Then it’s one entertaining disaster after another as they struggle against invisible bad guys and their own clashing personalitiesConstance is a breath of fiery fresh air who gives no ground and takes no shit I’ve never read a character like her in my life and I can’t tell you how refreshing and fascinating it was to watch her navigate the hectic events that unfoldTHE BRASS UEEN is packed to the gills with exuisite details that immerse you in this steam powered alternate history Victorian England Between the terrifically rendered action scenes and endless hilarious banter between the two main characters this book is the definition of a page turnerThank you to the author and CamCat Books for sending me this ARC This is my honest review

  9. Jan Nerenberg Jan Nerenberg says:

    The Brass ueen is a delightful romp through a Steam Punk world Elizabeth Chatsworth author keeps the pace moving as Miss Constance Haltwhistle inventor warrior liar and very proper Victorian Miss meets her match in dashing American cowboy spy Trusdale who has secrets of his own I highly recommend The Brass ueen for the story the word play and the sheer delight Well done

  10. Natalie Grazian Natalie Grazian says:

    I read an early draft and just adored this book This world of The Brass ueen is so big and imaginative the characters are instantly lovable and the writing has a special kind of big hearted witty humor all the way through I probably laughed on every page Can't wait to get it in print

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