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This review is from: Burton and Swinburne In The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack (Burton & Swinburne Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
At the end of the day we have a time travel story that doesn't make sense when you attempt to rationalise it. Maybe there's a kind of timely wimey alternate universe explanation but you're going to have to make that up for yourself because the author can't be bothered.
Every daft steam punk invention Mr Hodder can think of, whether remotely practical or not has been thrown into this story and there is a jarring question as to whether these things are meant to be jokes and if so how they fit with a fairly serious story.
It's overlong , light on plot but still overpopulated, and not terribly sure whether it's a spoof or not.