The city of Bar-Selehm is tossed into a whirlwind of scandal when the Prime Minister is found dead on the floors of Parliament: and Anglet Sutonga's friend and employer, Josiah Willinghouse, is the one holding the knife.Determined to prove his innocence, Ang investigates leads throughout the city, only to discover even more chaos wherever she goes. A mysterious but fatal illness is infecting the poor. A fanatical politician seizes power, and rolls out his plans to make Bar-Selehm great again.Amidst these surrounding dangers, Anglet Sutonga must gather her friends from places high and low to form a resistance... and hopefully, protect everything she knows and loves....
|Title||:||Guardian (Steeplejack #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Guardian (Steeplejack #3) Reviews
Former steeplejack and fledgling spy Anglet Sutonga -- Ang for short --- is back with the most intense adventure yet in book three of the Steeplejack novels, GUARDIAN by A.J. Hartley.
Every time I write a review for one of these novels I have to remember that I can’t reference everything, otherwise the review will be as long as the book, but goodness this mystery is a doozy! As far as third installments go, GUARDIAN is here to put its two predecessors to shame. All of the stops have been playfull ...more
I apologise for being unable to review thie whole book, since some aspects of this book is against my personal beliefs.
This book has a political intrigue, with discussions of equality for women and black people. I found the dialogues and ideas to be strong and not dull at all. The MC is very likeable strong headed passionate person, which is very refreshing to come across. I'd say I relate to Dahra character here, her views of politics mirrors mine so I'd a fun time whenever we'd interactions wi...more
This has been a wonderful series to read. AJ Hartley did not disappoint. A full review is coming, but I just want to say that as to the question I asked at the end of Firebrand, I think Ang made the right choice.
A big huge thank you to Tor Books for the advanced readers copy of the novel. It already has a place of distinction on my shelf.