REVIEW: The Aunt Paradox by Chris Dolley

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5 stars!!

What ho!! This quick read was so good I read almost the entire thing aloud to everyone in the room! Witty, charming, urbane and clever, the more-than-slightly clueless Reginald Worcester and his automaton Reeves are the best thing to happen to steam punk. Borrowing heavily and quite well from P.G. Wodehouse, this little gem offers Aunts galore in the first part as a missing time machine mystery is solved. The second half of the book deals with mysterious murders, more time travel, changed timelines and more H.G. Wells as Worcester & Reeves do their thing and solve the whole convoluted mess with panache and quite a bit of gin. An excellent addition to the series.  I received a copy of the book-the review is my own.

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