Breeze is an outcast, a half-breed orphan born into a world torn apart by a thousand years of war. Breeze never knew her elven mother, and when her human father is recalled to the war, he leaves her in the safest place he knows: in the care of a reclusive tinker.
The Tinkerman’s inventions are frightening at first -noisy, smelly, dangerous machines with no practical use- but when the war comes home, Breeze sees an opportunity. If she can pull it off, she’ll change the world forever. If she fails, she’ll be considered a traitor by both lands and will be hunted to her death.
More reviews for The Tinkerer’s Daughter:
Four Stars – “This story was very captivating. The main character Breeze is well developed, going from a shy girl that is an outcast to a determined young woman with a dream she will not stop trying to fulfill, no matter the dangers that lie ahead. Sedgwick beautifully creates this other world that as a reader you totally get into.” -Goodreads reviewer
Five Stars – “I won this book on First Reads, and I was very excited to read it. Luckily, I was in no way disappointed… This is a beautifully written book with an intriguing plot and a loveable main character. This is certainly one that I will reread!” -Goodreads reviewer