Reviews

Cold Ink

“A gaslight adventure story that combines horror and thrills with an introspective plot…” – Locus

“This is one incredibly intense story… In an already horrific dystopian world, the rebels manage to create something even more horrific.” – Goodreads

“Wells has a talent for the macabre and the worldbuilding is deep and intricate…” – The Rack

“This is a violent, fast-moving story with non-stop action. The author’s style is vivid, creating a complex background that is never confusing.” – Tangent

“The pacing is tight and the action gutting… It builds up a solid cast, a memorable setting, and a tense plot… A fast-paced, bloody story with a great steampunk feel.” – Quick Sips Reviews

And the Blessing of the Angels Came Upon Them

“The story does a good job of showing how scarcity can impact people, how survival can come to be the only thing people care about… An uncomfortable story, yes, but one that’s worth sitting down with.” – Quick Sip Reviews

“It’s a grim tale, but cleverly done…The very end will probably leave you thinking, wait, did I just read that?” – Tangent

The Goddess Deception

“The story is fast-paced and action filled, and the ante is upped a couple of times, with rebels, sinister aliens, gunrunning, and the like involved–good fun, and makes good use of the steampunk aesthetic.” – Locus

“This world has everything: brassy retro-future cybertech, parallel worlds and aetheric storms, drakes and Tesla bombs, glamour and airships. This stylistic quilt would make Luther Arkwright go weak in the knees.” – Apex

When Averly Fell from the Sky

“This mixture of steampunk and horror goes in surprising directions and is not content with solving a mystery, but of showing its ramifications.” – Tangent

To the Gods of Time and Engines, a Gift

“This is real horror in the tone of the grotesque (like the work of a darker Tim Burton) and the trappings of steampunk, but concealed behind it all is damnation” – Locus

“I’d recommend this one. Wells writes extremely well” – Tangent

The Shades of Morgana

“[Wells’] power of description is visceral and exciting.” – Tangent

Evensong, Having Been Answered

“The language is lyrical, and the descriptions are poetic and lovely” – Tangent

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