Abounding Might by Melissa McShane

Abounding Might

Calcutta, 1813. Lady Daphne St. Clair, who as an Extraordinary Bounder is capable of transporting herself anywhere in the world with a thought, has longed to serve in the Army for years. But an unexpected weakness at the sight of blood makes her responsible for a good man’s death in battle. Unable to serve on the battlefield, Daphne is sent to India to be transportation fo...

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Abounding Might Reviews

  • Shash
    I loved this book!! I really enjoy the fantasy twist on the Regency Era. Now add characters that are interesting and easy to love, an intriguing story line and great romance, and I’m hooked! It’s the third book in the series. It does standalone, but the whole series is fantastic! So read a...
  • Shelley
    *Source* NetGalley/Publisher*Genre* Fantasy, Historical*Rating* 3.5*My Thoughts*Melissa McShane's Abounding Might is the Third installment in the authors’ The Extraordinaires series. The Extraordinaires is an alternate history Regency-era fantasy series that will apparently fe...
  • Mike
    Melissa McShane crashes the superhero genre into Regency romance, by way of Napoleonic military adventure. The effect is... pleasing. In part, it's pleasing because she has a sure hand on the wheel when it comes both to basic storytelling and the mechanics of grammar, punctuation, and word choice. T...
  • Melissa McShane
    There were two different versions of Wondering Sight, and Daphne St. Clair was in both of them. She was irrepressible, adventurous, and desperate to serve in the Army's War Office, the organization that oversees Extraordinaries in their military service during the Napoleonic War. She was also five f...
  • A
    ARC received from the author in exchange for an honest review :)GAH!!! :) I loved this book :) it was a phenomenal addition to this very original series and I am already super curious who will be the heroine of the next one... :) I will have my full review for you guys in a couple of days, because I...
  • Jacob Proffitt
    As with my reviews of any of Melissa's books, please feel free to disregard this one. We don't have the kind of marriage where she'd get upset if I didn't love her book. That said, we do have the kind of marriage where we talk about things we're working on and pass ideas back and forth so I have bot...
  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:In Abounding Might (published Oct. 2017), the third book in Melissa McShane’s EXTRAORDINARIES fantasy series about Regency-era women with diverse magical skills, the setting shifts to British-controlled India in 1813, and to a new main character,...
  • Sophia
    Lady Daphne was an enthusiastic and effervescent character in the previous story of The Extraordinaries series and I was boundless with excitement to get her story. Her raw youthfulness and joy was the heart of this third installment of an engaging historical fantasy romance series.As I just noted, ...
  • Annie Deo
    I absolutely adored the first book in this series ('Burning Bright' reviewed here) and skipped the second as the plot didn't appeal to my personal tastes, but I was intrigued by 'Abounding Might'. While it didn't match the high standards of book 1, which was practically perfect in my eyes, it was st...

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