The Havoc Machine

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In a world riddled with the destruction of men and machines alike, Thaddeus Sharpe takes to the streets of St. Petersburg, geared toward the hunt of his life…

Thaddeus Sharpe’s life is dedicated to the hunting and killing of clockworkers. When a mysterious young woman named Sofiya Ekk approaches him with a proposition from a powerful employer, he cannot refuse. A man who calls himself Mr. Griffin seeks Thad’s help with mad clockwork scientist Lord Havoc, who has molded a dangerous machine. Mr. Griffin cares little if the evil Lord lives or dies; all he desires is Havoc’s invention.

Upon Thad’s arrival at Havoc’s laboratory, he is met with a chilling discovery. Havoc is not only concealing his precious machine; he has been using a young child by the name of Nikolai for cruel experiments. Locked into a clockwork web of intrigue, Thad must decipher the dangerous truth surrounding Nikolai and the chaos contraption before havoc reigns…

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Title:The Havoc Machine
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  • All Things Urban Fantasy

    Review Courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyOne of the great things about THE HAVOC MACHINE is the fantastic introduction at the beginning to catch new readers like me up on the previous events of the ...

  • Jack Webb

    Surprise!I was surprised to find a fourth book in this series, as book three was quite conclusive. This book gives new protagonists, with events occurring at the same time as those in the third book. ...

  • Heather

    Steven Harper’s "The Havoc Machine" is the fourth in the “Clockwork Empire” series. However, it sits somewhat apart from the events of the other books, and the opening notes recommend it for new...

  • Ian Hu

    This is the best steampunk book I have read in a while and I will definitely get started on the series as soon as I can. True to the author's promise, the Havoc Machine has nothing to do with the preq...

  • LadyCroft86

    This book was not nearly as good as the other books in the Clockwork Empire series. This book is supposed to take place before the third book in the series. It was a clever way to incorporate more clo...

  • Michelle Leah Olson

    Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION’s Alluring Angel – Kathy:--Actual rating 4.5 SkullsThe Havoc Machine by Steven Harper is a steampunk gem. It is the 4th book in his The Clockwork Empire series, bu...

  • Charlie

    I enjoy good steampunk stories, and this is a good adventure. I read this in 2 days with 2 sittings, and it is a fun and quick romp. I do not have anything bad to say outside of the cover of the book....

  • K.A. Fox

    I liked the earlier books in this series, which focused on a different set of main characters. With that group's story wrapped up, the author moved on to the stories of some fringe characters, whom I ...

  • Michelle

    this seemed more like a parallel story to the impossible cube more than anything. based in the circus again, which we already have seen. the main idea was not that imaginative as robots taking over ha...

  • Sarah

    Good news: I hadn't read the rest of the series but with a recap in the beginning, a new protagonist, a great group of characters, an interesting plot, plus some questions about the nature of humanity...