Quick Book Review | Nyssa Glass and the House of Mirrors

Nyssa Glass and the House of Mirrors is a fun, steampunk read from H. L. Burke.


Let me state right off the bat that I loved this book! It was an energetic, fun read from start to finish. H. L. Burke grabs the reader by the hand from the get go. I enjoyed reading about Nyssa, and I wanted to know more about the mysterious house. The interactions between Hart and Nyssa were highly enjoyable. This was a fast read and well worth my time.

Nyssa Glass is a reformed cat burglar turned electrician’s apprentice, settled into a life repairing videophones and radio-sets. However, when her past comes calling, she finds herself forced into one last job. No one has entered Professor Dalhart’s secluded mansion in almost a decade, at least not and returned to tell the tale. If Nyssa wants to ensure her freedom, she’ll brave the booby trapped halls and mechanized maids. Nyssa has skills, but this house has more than its share of secrets. As she steps into the cobwebbed halls lined with dusty mirrors, she has to wonder. Is the House of Mirrors really abandoned?

Pick up your copy of Nyssa Glass and the House of Mirrors over at Amazon. It is available in both print and digital formats.


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Jennifer is a geek at heart. She works as a cook at a high end casino while trying to get her writing career off the ground. Jennifer has been writing off and on since the 5th grade. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys playing video games, reading, playing D&D, and listening to music.

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