The Caelimane Operation

The Caelimane Operation In Southwatch it s important to keep the faith When the Temples to the Goddess north of Southwatch are burned and followers of Dione are murdered Hierocrat Catherine a bard of the Caelimane Temple

  • Title: The Caelimane Operation
  • Author: Chris Pavesic
  • ISBN: 9781680090529
  • Page: 273
  • Format: ebook
  • In Southwatch it s important to keep the faith.When the Temples to the Goddess north of Southwatch are burned and followers of Dione are murdered, Hierocrat Catherine, a bard of the Caelimane Temple, sets out to find those responsible and to bring them to justice With only the help of a traveling group of minstrels and a retired fae investigator, Catherine must solve theIn Southwatch it s important to keep the faith.When the Temples to the Goddess north of Southwatch are burned and followers of Dione are murdered, Hierocrat Catherine, a bard of the Caelimane Temple, sets out to find those responsible and to bring them to justice With only the help of a traveling group of minstrels and a retired fae investigator, Catherine must solve the mystery before people are killed, but will she succeed when she finds herself pitted against members of her own Temple, rogue members of the Seelie Court, and a seemingly unstoppable army of undead

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    1. Great story! This was my first “steampunk” read so I wasn’t sure what to expect. The characters were really engaging. The chapters rotated between the perceptions of the characters, which was a little disorienting at first. I will definitely look for more in this series!Thanks to NetGalley and publishers for a copy of this book!

    2. Chris Pavesic writes a hell of a in depth story. The Caelimane Operation is layered with history, connections and details you can miss if you blink too quick. I did read over pages again to make sure I understood correctly but, that's not thing that is an issue with me. I prefer that as a reader, I love knowing everything the author wants to reveal. I've never read steampunk before. I wasn't sure what I was going to get into but Chris combines a few genres together and it all flows great. I have [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this novel. I have read other books in the Darkside Codex series and I find this shared world series very interesting.This novel--and the whole series--is a unique blend of genres. Part steampunk, part fantasy, part urban fantasy, part horror (you get the idea.) The authors do a great job of balancing these elements. You feel like this world is layered.**Possible Spoilers**The Caelimane Operation is a murder mystery on a large scale. People are being killed in the Caelimane Temp [...]

    4. *Author provided a copy for an honest review.*I was contacted by the author, Chris Pavesic, about potentially reading and reviewing The Caelimane Operation. billed it as fantasy with faeries and a steampunk flavor. Fantasy. Faeries. Steampunk. Naturally I said yes.The Caelimane Operation was part of the Darkside Codex. Going in, I was not quite sure what exactly that meant. A quick trip to the Musa Publishing website told me that several authors wrote stories within what appeared to be the same [...]

    5. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.The Review:This novel is part of The Darkside Codex, which is owned by Musa Publishing. It seems to be a collaboration of steampunk authors who’ve created a collection of stories about the city of Southwatch, a city with a dangerous, deadly pollution issue. However, while this pollution is in part manmade, it has been “enhanced” by the supernatural fae community as a punishment to the humans living there. So, reader beware; t [...]

    6. This was both good and not good. I liked the direction the book was going in, but that it all happend in one day is not realistic. It was sometimes confussing because of the changing of pov.Thanks to the publisher and author for granting me this arc

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