No crusade can daunt, just as no shock can alarm the ever-tenacious and gallant Bellavista Gray, preferred to be acknowledged by her alias-- Briar Steam. Her family is driven by her grandfather's pivotal legacy, in which Briar endeavours to differ from.
Its all as she wants it to be in her ideal world of freedom in 5041 (the future of the Steam Age), however her bravery and rebellion is put to the test when the enemy brings a war to town, kidnapping half of her family. After fleeing the city for safety, does Briar become consumed by the sense of panic that hits her hard? Or does she take hold of her strength and fight for her city, all the while being conflicted with the foreign feeling of love?
[Book cover edit is mine, painting is not.] x