The Girl in the Steel Corset (The Steampunk Chronicles)

The Girl in the Steel Corset - Kady Cross "The Girl in the Steel Corset" is the second steampunk book I've read and truly enjoyed. I've tried a few others but the world building is always too complicated or hard to get into. While I didn't absolutely love "The Girl in the Steel Corset" it was very entertaining and even unpredictable at times, and those are two things I adore about a book. Cross has given us what I like to think of as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde meets Fantastic Four. I know that sounds like a very odd match up but that's exactly how I see this book, an even mix of the two. Don't believe me? Let me introduce the characters.Finley Jayne (a.k.a Dr. Jekyll/ Mr. Hyde)Living with two personalities inside herself, Finley becomes the "dark thing" when threatened or under extreme emotion. She literally becomes the ultimate defense. Knocking grown men unconscious, throwing footmen out of rooms, knocking teeth out of awful women. Her "dark" side is officially my favorite super hero. But when she isn't under some sort of stress (and trust me she has a lot to be stressed about) she is a sweet and well-mannered young woman from humble beginnings.Griffin (a.k.a Mr. Fantastic)Griffin is literally