The Iron Ship, 2015, K.M. McKinley
This is a well-written book with a nicely realized world, where magic is starting to be overtaken by scientific development. At just over 600 pages long, about 400 of those pages are people discussing economics.
This isn’t a complaint, exactly, but the book doesn’t have a lot of dynamic scenes and is very obviously the first part of a series. I mean, the ship of the title doesn’t even set sail until nearly the last chapter.

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