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The Empty Hourglass By Cornelia Grey, The Empty Hourglass by Cornelia Grey The Empty Hourglass is a steampunk leaning story about a toymaker named Thomas Escott who lost his hand during a fire in his workshop A mysterious note recommends that he visit Jethro Hastings, a reclusive inventor that is known for making unusual prosthetics. Architects The Empty Hourglass Lyric Video YouTube Oct , videos Play all Mix Architects The Empty Hourglass Lyric Video YouTube The Sadness Will Never End Bring Me The Horizon Lyrics Duration cowcow , views Architects The Empty Hourglass Lyrics Genius Lyrics May , Nihilist Deathwish Phantom Fear Downfall Gone with the Wind The Empty Hourglass A Match Made in Heaven Gravity All Love Is Lost. The Empty Hourglass Deal with a Devil Book Kindle Nov , The Empty Hourglass is a steampunk leaning story about a toymaker named Thomas Escott who lost his hand during a fire in his workshop A mysterious note recommends that he visit Jethro Hastings, a reclusive inventor that is known for making unusual prosthetics. The Empty Hourglass Art , The Empty Hourglass Art Powered by Shopify Use left right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left right if using a mobile device choosing a selection results in a full page refresh

  • Title: The Empty Hourglass
  • Author: Cornelia Grey
  • ISBN: 9781626493933
  • Page: 415
  • Format: ebook
  • Thomas Escott has always wanted to be a toymaker, yet just as he achieves his dream, an accident claims his right hand He s certain his life is over until he hears about groundbreaking prosthetics being made by a reclusive inventor.Jethro Hastings is perfectly content to live alone up in the mountains working on a secret masterpiece a humanoid automaton that will changeThomas Escott has always wanted to be a toymaker, yet just as he achieves his dream, an accident claims his right hand He s certain his life is over until he hears about groundbreaking prosthetics being made by a reclusive inventor.Jethro Hastings is perfectly content to live alone up in the mountains working on a secret masterpiece a humanoid automaton that will change the scientific community forever He s behind schedule, and the date of the unveiling is fast approaching, so when Thomas shows up on his doorstep offering help in exchange for a mechanical hand, Jethro agrees Time, after all, is running out on another deal he s made one with the devil.The devil gives Jethro s inventions life, but he can just as quickly take life away Jethro s, to be exact As the sand in the devil s hourglass falls, marking the time until the end of the deal, inventions go haywire, people get hurt, and Thomas realizes he needs Jethro just as much as his prosthetic Now he must find a way to save Jethro s soul, but negotiating with a devil is just as difficult as it sounds.
    The Empty Hourglass Thomas Escott has always wanted to be a toymaker yet just as he achieves his dream an accident claims his right hand He s certain his life is over until he hears about groundbreaking prosthetics bei

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    1. The Empty Hourglass is less emotional than you d expect from its summary It couldn t decide what to be on the one hand, it could have been an emotional journey of these two characters, but it never goes further than the surface On the other hand, though, with all the above it couldn t have been light enough A couple of times it even got really close if not beyond to being cheesy Every now and then you d get this glimpse of what this story could have been However, there is this interesting, altho [...]

    2. 2.5 starsI have been a fan of Cornelia Grey s works for few years now, ever since I read her short story for the first time back in 2011 Over the years, I have loved all of her books and was overjoyed when she finally released her first novel back in 2014 This would be her second, clocks in around 69k, another entry in her Deal with a Devil series It can be read as a stand alone, though, because the only similarity coming from these series is the devil, Farfarello In The Empty Hourglass, Thomas [...]

    3. Things I Find While ShelvingI received a free ARC via NetGalleyThis one wound up being a DNF for me for a number of reasons But I figure I ll start with the good.The world building is gorgeous Steampunky, intriguing I love it.The other thing I love is Dragana Dragana is glorious and wonderful and I want her story.Now on to the restSo Thomas goes to this small village looking for a guy named Jethro who makes impossibly complex artificial limbs and eyes and lungs for people, because after a worksh [...]

    4. The things I ve read from this author I ve enjoyed but this wasn t my favorite There were things I enjoyed about it like the steampunk and her usage of words as visual aids, but overall I feel like it was pantsy I have so many questions and so many things just didn t add up for me to believe this was a constructed narrative.So, this could be a little spoilerish Thomas is a toymaker by trade in this AU setting He s come from Lunaris to Montrale in search of Jethro Hastings who s been making a nam [...]

    5. 3.5 stars First of all, while this is part of a series, The Empty Hourglass is a stand alone Every book set in the Deal with a Devil universe can be read independently They only have one minor character in common.I was really looking forward to this book I absolutely loved the first short story of this universe, Devil at the Crossroads , and The Circus of the Damned was pretty good too And when there was a promise of a freaky, steampunky prosthetic, I was ecstatic Apparently I have a real thing [...]

    6. My problem with The Empty Hourglass is that I kept waiting for things to start happening Around 80% of the way through I realized, this was it This was what I was getting And it just wasn t enough.The Empty Hourglass is a steampunk leaning story about a toymaker named Thomas Escott who lost his hand during a fire in his workshop A mysterious note recommends that he visit Jethro Hastings, a reclusive inventor that is known for making unusual prosthetics Thomas soon finds that Jethro s prosthetics [...]

    7. Rating 4.5 starsMy View I enjoyed the uniqueness of this story It reminded me a bit of watching Tales From the Crypt or The Twilight Zone when I was younger It was a little cheesy, quite interesting, and different from my everyday read Now that Steampunk is creating a niche in MM Romance, The Empty Hourglass fits well.This story is listed as part of the Dance with the Devil series, but it can be read as a stand alone What they had in common is the bargain one of the characters do with the devil [...]

    8. Rating 4.0 starsBLURBThomas Escott has always wanted to be a toymaker, yet just as he achieves his dream, an accident claims his right hand He s certain his life is over until he hears about groundbreaking prosthetics being made by a reclusive inventor.Jethro Hastings is perfectly content to live alone up in the mountains working on a secret masterpiece a humanoid automaton that will change the scientific community forever He s behind schedule, and the date of the unveiling is fast approaching, [...]

    9. A copy of this novel was provided by Riptide Publishing for review via Net Galley.I was keen to read The Empty Hourglass for mainly two reasons The first being that it is steampunk I have an incredibly love for all things steampunk, and am unable to refuse a book once I know it has steampunk elements or themes The second is that it is LGBTQIA That combination is like perfection for me.There were three main things I liked in The Empty Hourglass 1 The steampunk elements.Steampunk can be a tricky g [...]

    10. Review can be read at It s About The BookI have not read any of the previous books based in this world I got the feeling I was probably missing some of the nuances of that world from other books but I never felt lost While I thought this story started off pretty interesting the end just kind of petered off leaving me somewhat underwhelmed There was a happy ending.Thomas loses his hand and his shop in a fire He had worked his entire life to get that shop so he essentially lost everything that nig [...]

    11. Hovering somewhere between a 3.5 and 4 It s been a while since I ve read a Steampunk book and even though it takes me a little longer to get into them than normal at least for me I forgot how much I liked this genre.There s a couple of things that should probably be pointed out about The Empty Hourglass First, even though I numbered it as the third book in the Deal with a Devil series, you can read any of the books in any order This just happens to be the third book written in the series I ve en [...]

    12. A Joyfully Jay review 2.5 starshis dark mystery set in the steampunk genre comes from one of my favorite series, Deal with a Devil, created by author Cornelia Grey Each of the stories can be read as a standalone and this one is no different While the other two had a sense of urgency and malevolent darkness to them, this one began much the same However, I kept waiting for this story to evolve for Jethro to be revealed to me and his personality to grow and change as Thomas lived and worked beside [...]

    13. This is a steampunk story with gorgeous world building The story is told by Thomas who has lost his hand to a fire He goes to a village to meet Jethro who makes very complicated body parts including eyes and internal organs As Jethro works with Thomas the two men start to fall for each other Unfortunately Jethro has made a deal with the devil and his time is running out.This part brings up to the common factor of all of the A Deal with the Devil series books The deal was made with Farfello and a [...]

    14. This both is and isn t a reimagining of an old tale of a devil bargaining for a man s soul and providing him an hourglass to watch as his life drains away with the sands, but with a steampunk romance twist You do not have to have read the earlier stories in the Dance with the Devil series, as each story can be read standalone.I quite enjoyed the read The steampunk aspects made for interesting tension between the leads and secondary characters Thomas is a toymaker who lost his hand in a fire and [...]

    15. I had a hard time getting into this book As a result, it took me twice as long to read it For me, it didn t get interesting until chapter 5 I think it would have held my attention better if the MC s had alternating POV s I was expecting suspense or action or mystery, and there was nothing It just fell very short for me I was happy with ending though I received an ARC from Inked Rainbow Reviews in exchange for an honest review

    16. I liked it Much less dark than I had feared, but still wonderfully atmospheric and tense The romance wasn t explicit but definitely still there and I liked Thomas and Jethro together It was fun trying to figure out all the characters motives and what everyone was thinking and planning.

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