Straightlaced Saturday — The Jewel of Seven Stars

Sounds like an interesting read. I am reading mysteries now so this will be an excellent addition to my reading material.

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Saturday, April 13, 2019 

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It’s Straightlaced Saturday, my chuckaboos!  It’s been awhile since I shared a Victorian Novels post.  Since my steampunk serial, Copper, the Alchemist, and the Woman in Trousers. will conclude with the next chapter, I wanted to do one more of these features.

A few years ago I read a Project Gutenberg copy of The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker, and I enjoyed it tremendously.  I only knew Stoker for horror, so I was delighted to find the novel was (at least to me) more of a suspense/detective story.  I was in equal parts fascinated by the innocence and chivalry of the barrister hero and uncertain about the lead female character.

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It was exciting to realize that Stoker brought touches of the rise of feminism to the story.  I’m sure his portrayal…

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2 responses to “Straightlaced Saturday — The Jewel of Seven Stars

  1. Thanks for reblogging, Dyanna.
    I really did enjoy the story a lot. I was reading it during my lunch breaks at work, a little at a time. It was often hard to put down. I particularly enjoyed his descriptions of the location.
    Huge hugs!

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