Etiquette & Espionage
Publish date: February 5th 2013
Publisher: Hachette Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Finishing School (#1)
I picked this book up at my local Dollar Tree store. I had heard of this series before so when I saw it I just had to get it. I have never read the Parasol Protectorate series so I was a bit unfamiliar with the world. Regardless, this book was still lot of fun. My only issue was that the ending fe...
In which an unloved youngest child, unrecognized for her shrewdness, unappreciated for her eccentricity, finds a new and improved family while learning to ignore considerations of convention, tradition, class, race and sexual orientation, in favour of one abiding principle - do unto others as they h...
My first Gail Carringer book was Soulless, which was the first book in the Parasol Protectorant series. I was immediately hooked and read all five books in the series within less than a month. I guess you could say I devoured them. When Etiquette and Espionage came out, I was reluctant to pick it...
Rereading this first in series book, in advance of receiving the final book, Manners & Mutiny, reminds me of how much I adore the Finishing School Series. It is, by far, the best Steampunk/Historical/espionage/comedy of manners/YA series I have read. The humor, the characters, the world-building, ...
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