Chainbreaker

Chainbreaker

Clock mechanic Danny Hart knows he's being watched. But by whom, or what, remains a mystery. To make matters worse, clock towers have begun falling in India, though time hasn't Stopped yet. He'd hoped after reuniting with his father and exploring his relationship with Colton, he'd have some time to settle into his new life. Instead, he's asked to investigate the attacks.Af...

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Title:Chainbreaker
Author:Tara Sim
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Chainbreaker Reviews

  • Laura

    I am her agent, and I can't wait for this to come out for the public to read!

  • Traci Chee

    I loved it so much, I blurbed it! Order your copies, folks. You won't want to miss this incredible sequel!

  • Emily

    Tara is the devil, and this book is DEVILISHLY GOOD. 😈😈😈

  • Rachel Strolle

    Well, f*ck

  • K. Wolf

    PREPARE YOURSELF FOR PAIN.

    FULL SPEED AHEAD.

    (When does the next one come out again?!? DAMN THIS WAS SUCH A GOOD BOOK.)

  • Sandra (LadyGrey Reads)

    After the events of

    , Danny Hart has become the permanent Mechanic for the Enfield Tower - which allows him to spend most of his time with Colton, who has now become an individual that all of Enfield know and love. Soon, however, black clouds appear on the horizon - both at home and at work. Danny has no idea how he's going to tell his newly returned father that he is gay and finds a way to e

    After the events of

    , Danny Hart has become the permanent Mechanic for the Enfield Tower - which allows him to spend most of his time with Colton, who has now become an individual that all of Enfield know and love. Soon, however, black clouds appear on the horizon - both at home and at work. Danny has no idea how he's going to tell his newly returned father that he is gay and finds a way to escape that; by accepting an assignment in India, where clock towers have been bombed

    time has not stopped. The assignment does, however, mean leaving Colton behind - and once in India, it slowly becomes apparent that things are not as simple as Danny and co-worker Daphne hoped they would be.

    Danny acts as an individual that constantly questions right and wrong, such as the British treatment of the Indian population (there are a lot of realism here, so if you do not know a lot about the colonial history of Britain-India, this book will teach you some stuff), as well as the right and wrong of his own relationship with a clock spirit. And it is brilliant, because as a reader you find yourself pondering the same things - and it pulls you deeper into the story. Adding the perspective of Daphne, you get even more complications as she has Indian blood but is too pale to be considered Indian by the soldiers the two mechanics end up living with.

    At the same time you also get to find out more about Colton's past as he starts to have strange flashbacks of his life before he became a clock spirit - and you realize there's a lot of things that have been covered up and forgotten. Something that Danny also figures out when he encounters the people responsible for blowing up the clock towers. A lot of things that need to be explained in the next book in this regard!

    I did feel that there were quite a few segments that stretched and lagged a bit, which is why I cannot give this a full 5 stars, but at the same time the more action packed chapters were

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  • Rae *Book Endeavors*

    THAT ENDING 😭😭😭

  • Lola

    is a great series for both readers who are new to the steampunk genre and those who have years of experience.

    Because, really, how many books have you read that focus mainly upon clock towers + mythology + gay romance? It sure is a first for me.

    This is a series that does not lack originality. I read the first book two years ago and I remember complaining about the amateur-ish writing and one stereotypical character.

    Well no need to worry. Tara Sim has learned a lot these past two years.

    is a great series for both readers who are new to the steampunk genre and those who have years of experience.

    Because, really, how many books have you read that focus mainly upon clock towers + mythology + gay romance? It sure is a first for me.

    This is a series that does not lack originality. I read the first book two years ago and I remember complaining about the amateur-ish writing and one stereotypical character.

    Well no need to worry. Tara Sim has learned a lot these past two years. Her writing has become more professional and her characters have gained three-dimensionality. Daphne was a character I could not stand in the first book but in this one I absolutely could not wait to learn more and more about her.

    It’s an adventure and a mystery. Danny is sent to India with Daphne to find out why clock towers are destroyed and especially why time goes on as though nothing happened when it’s supposed to stop. Danny and Colton are therefore separated for almost the entire story, but it’s an important separation that allows both characters to meditate on their feelings for each other and their own selves.

    I can’t wait to read the final book. Boy am I intrigued by the ending. Bonus: the hardcover is astoundingly gorgeous!

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  • Stacee

    I was super excited about this book. I had really enjoyed the previous one, so I couldn’t wait to get back into this world.

    One of the best parts of the first book for me was the relationship between Danny and Colton. This story has them separated for nearly the entire book. And while we get to learn about Colton’s backstory {which was super awesome}, I wasn’t captivated by either of the separate threads.

    Plot wise, there’s a lot going on and yet it felt like nothing was happening at the same ti

    I was super excited about this book. I had really enjoyed the previous one, so I couldn’t wait to get back into this world.

    One of the best parts of the first book for me was the relationship between Danny and Colton. This story has them separated for nearly the entire book. And while we get to learn about Colton’s backstory {which was super awesome}, I wasn’t captivated by either of the separate threads.

    Plot wise, there’s a lot going on and yet it felt like nothing was happening at the same time. I was bored for a while and honestly thought about DNFing. When it got to about 80%, it really started to pick up and I was intrigued to see what was going to happen.

    Overall, it was an interesting enough story to keep me reading and it had a good ending, but I didn’t see the spark that everyone else did. However, I’m definitely interested in the next book.

    **Huge thanks to Sky Pony Press for providing the arc free of charge**

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