Book Review: Daisy’s Gambit (The Clockwork Chimera #3) by Scott Baron

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Publisher: Curiouser Publishing

ISBN: B07HFLP581

Genre: SciFi

Rating: 3.3

Publisher’s Description: With a rag-tag team of scrappy survivors, Daisy reluctantly set out on what was her most difficult and audacious effort yet. But if she somehow succeeded, she might just save not only her own world, but others’ worlds as well.

Review: This picks up where Daisy left off, being an asshat. Maybe we just accept that Daisy will never change from being a self-centered arse and enjoy the story.

So that’s what I did. And, amazingly, the Sun broke over the mountains and I was splashed with color and warmth. The supporting caste in this rendition really pushes this novel to greater heights. Joshua, Freya, Craaxiit and even the deranged AI’s round out some pretty well developed characters. Daisy/Sarah/Biggusdickus….not so much.

Thankfully, Biggus, is in a coma for most of the novel so cheers all around and I am buying. Yay! Sarah you just can never get away from as she is adjunct to Daisy’s consciousness and plies the dialogue with patterned responses. So just when you think this stoopid romance is done for, Biggusdickus suddenly wakes up with his twinkle and smirky wink still intact and Daisy loves him more because his AI unit is burnt out, so that means he’s a real human she can hump without having sybian thoughts.

The ending promises some interesting adventures with Freya but then we find ourselves suddenly back where we started. Fug. Still a good time was had reading this as the movement is non-stop.

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