5 Stars, Dreamspinner Press, K.Z. Snow, Reviewed by Lisa

K.Z. Snow Brings The Mongrel Trilogy To A Brilliant Close In “Machine”


“Wind’s in the East, mist comin’ in, like somethin’ is brewin’, about to begin. Can’t put me finger on what lies in store, but I feel what’s to ’appen all ’appened before.” – Mary Poppins


Title: Machine (Mongrel Trilogy: Book Three)

Author: K.Z. Snow

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Pages/Word Count: 224 Pages

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: Mongrel Trilogy: Book Three

The closing-day flea market at the Marvelous Mechanical Circus always draws a colorful crowd, but salesman Will Marchman doesn’t expect to see a large, elaborate gold wagon on the plaza—especially one called the Spiritorium. The wagon’s exotic looking owner claims he can perform “cleansings and siphonings” via a miracle-working machine housed within. He can supposedly flush the wickedness out of people and places.
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