Mission to Mightadore (ebook)

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Embark on a journey to the unknown in ‘Mission to Mightadore’, a thrilling blend of fantasy, science fiction, and steampunk.

Follow Seline Templar as she sets out to uncover the truth behind her father’s death and mother’s disappearance, and discover the secrets of the legendary city of Mightadore. With the help of the steamman scientist Coppertracks, Seline and her companions must brave the dangers of an uncharted world filled with mystery and adventure.

This standalone novel is the 7th in the Jackelian fantasy series, each one an immersing experience filled with captivating characters and fantastical worlds.


Seline Templar hasn’t experienced an easy life. First, her father died for reasons that have been shockingly concealed from her. Then Seline’s mother, Molly, went missing in suspicious circumstances. So she’s been raised as a ward of King Steam in the Steamman Free State, far away from the potential perils of her home in the Jackelian Kingdom.

Raised in relative solitude among the machine race . . . until an old friend of the family, the steamman scientist Coppertracks, turns up in the capital with news of the most amazing discovery. It will set Seline and her companions off on a dangerous adventure to the mysterious and distant Mightadore.

There’s only one problem with Seline’s destination. Many are those brave souls who have set out to reach the legendary city.

But, nobody has ever come back alive from the trip to describe what they found!

2 reviews for Mission to Mightadore (ebook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Candle T

    I was gobsmacked by Stephen’s Mission to Mightadore – I am not one to be easily impressed but this book had me hooked from start to finish.

    The story follows Seline Templar, a young woman who embarks on a dangerous journey in time. She’s a fierce and determined heroine who isn’t afraid to take risks and fight for what she believes in. what really sets this book apart is its unique blend of fantasy and steampunk elements. From the steamman scientist Coppertracks to the wondrous machines of the Steamman Free State, the world that Hunt has created is both imaginative and immersive. And the action-packed plot keeps you on the edge of your seat, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ben Wells

    It’s like going on a real adventure.Seline Templar has had a difficult upbringing, what with the suspicious death of her father and the disappearance of her mother. But at least she’s protected from harm because she’s King Steam’s ward, right? Wrong. Seline and her friends go on a perilous voyage to another world and another time when an old family friend, Coppertracks returns with word of an astounding find. Seline and her team arent cowards, though. Their path is littered with dangers from dangerous monsters to hazardous ground. Yes there are some unexpected turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. This fantasy adventure novel is a must-read for any reader who enjoys the genre.

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