The cover is simple but I like it. I think there's a program that allows you to write without thinking about pesky things like commas etc but sadly I don't have access to that. I'm not sure if it works in instances where you accidentally use the wrong word. I'm pretty sure it was checked for misspelled words although there's one word I'm not sure about because it might be right even though it isn't spelled that way where I am.
Since I have that weird comma phobia I don't really feel like I should be pointing the finger at someone. I did notice words missing or the wrong word being used. The word the was repeated a few times. Seriously someone needs to invent something that will tell you about that because that's pretty easy to miss if you're just looking for words that are spelled wrong. So if you're one of those people that can't get past stuff like that you should wait to read this. This would need some proofreading before publishing.
I did really enjoy this book. I'm trying to branch out into other genres since there are so many great books out there that are just waiting for me to discover them. This is a story about a girl named Isla. She ends up getting kidnapped along with a bunch of other girls. Whenever there's a story that is based in reality it ups the creepy factor since this kind of thing does happen. Maybe I'm missing something but I'm a bit confused about this being categorized in adventure and steampunk. I get the adventure part but not the steampunk part. Of course I'm the girl that read steampunk without realizing it. I know I'd be a total basket case if I was in Isla's situation. I also confess to kinda wanting to punch Lillian in the face.