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   Princess Smith and the Clockwork Knight, by Rob St. Martin  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2009
 
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      Britt Smith always thought of herself as a normal girl. Well, as normal as the motherless daughter of the town blacksmith could be. She didn't wear dresses, grow her hair long, or giggle about boys like the other girls of Alice's Vineyard. The other girls didn't get into fist fights, help out in the smithy, or play with mechanical toy dogs and dragons. But still, Britt thought she was pretty normal, all things considered. Until she discovered that her Da was no normal blacksmith, either. Until she discovered the giant suit of steam-driven armor he kept hidden in the back room. And there was that mysterious marking on her back, the marking that got the attention of a stranger who came to town one day. The stranger who returned with soldiers, and turned Britt's life into anything but normal. Now Britt is on the run. Alone in the giant suit of armor, she must escape her pursuers, fight off her enemies, and make her way through the wider world beyond the peaceful valley that's been all she has ever known.

     
     
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