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by Gail Carriger
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Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 1 year ago
Real quick: I enjoyed this more than the first in the series on all levels. I was using this as brain bleach and I ended up with a good solid, fun read.
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 2 years ago
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreI think this one may be one of my favorite in the series. We get to visit Scotland, and see a family face from the Finishing School series. We also see how Alexia interacts with her sister. And let’s just say for the record that I don’t li...
A Bit Bookish
A Bit Bookish rated it 2 years ago
The combination of Victorian manners and the more "radical" attitudes of characters like Alexia and Lord Akeldama make for a perfect mix of humor and adventure in The Parasol Protectorate series. This second installment is just as entertaining as the first and has wit for days. A plague of humanizat...
Just Another Belle
Just Another Belle rated it 2 years ago
It's the first book I've finished in 2016 and I'm quite happy this was it (that is, as long as the second book I finish is Blameless). Look what you've done, Gail Carriger, I am in quite a state. "Ivy waved the wet handkerchief, as much as to say, words cannot possibly articulate my profound di...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
2nd book in the Parasol Protectorate series and it was even more fun than the first one! We meet a bunch of new friends and learn more about Conall's background and indeed more about the workings of a werewolf pack. Rollicking. :) That's how I would describe this tale. I find myself laughing...
Audio Book Junkie
Audio Book Junkie rated it 2 years ago
Alexia Tarabotti has moved from the social wilderness her spinsterhood, unfortunately dark complexion (courtesy of her Italian father), her overly-endowed figure and her status as a preternatural (also know as curse-breaker or soul-sucker) had condemned her, to the centre of society by her transform...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 2 years ago
I had two options to start this post with: Ivy waved the wet handkerchief, as much as to say, words cannot possibly articulate my profound distress. Then, because Ivy never settled for meaningful gestures when verbal embellishments could compound the effect, she said, "Words cannot possibly articula...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it 3 years ago
This is a re-read, but on audio. My original review is here, although it's very, very short. The only thing I'll add to it is to say that Emily Gray turns a very good book into an outstanding story with her narration. Truly, the books are better in audio than they are in print.
R-r-read
R-r-read rated it 3 years ago
This was a wonderful second installment in the “Parasol Protectorate” series. Carriger continues to impress with her wonderfully well-developed cast of characters and fantastic world building.Since I read Carriger’s companion series, “Finishing School” previously, I was so excited to see cameos of s...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 3 years ago
ReviewChangeless is a great follow up to Soulless. The characters are so much fun!Alexia cannot stay out of trouble. She's like a flashing neon sign that says "Here's trouble!" She's so funny, and doesn't let little things ruffle her feathers. Although I can't stand her sister. She is VILE! The conf...
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