Without a morsel of exaggeration, its publisher describes this debut novel as "a comedy of manners set in Victorian London full of werewolves, vampires, dirigibles, and tea-drinking." At the center of Soulless's "parasol protectorate" is Miss Alexia Tarabotti, a young woman who lacks not only a... show more
Without a morsel of exaggeration, its publisher describes this debut novel as "a comedy of manners set in Victorian London full of werewolves, vampires, dirigibles, and tea-drinking." At the center of Soulless's "parasol protectorate" is Miss Alexia Tarabotti, a young woman who lacks not only a suitor but also a soul. And those are not her only problems: When she accidentally kills a vampire, it begins a series of events that she must set out to resolve without the help of any proper authorities. A charming mass market original.
Publish date: October 1st 2009
Pages no: 258
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Parasol Protectorate (#1)
Lord Conall Maccon,Earl of Woolsey, was Alpha of the local werewolves, and as a result, he had access to a wide array of truly vicious methods of dealing with Miss Alexia Tarabotti. Alexia is a preternatual, she has no soul and is therefore, something between the living and the supernatural. Wheneve...
When I picked this book up, on my online library, I expected nothing really. I had this idea that this book was for the really young teenagers. Perhaps around 13-14 years old. It certainly is not... Just a warning. Now that that is out of the way let me try to express what I feel about this book. Ho...
I really had to try this out. It was okay. Oh and I think I read this years ago. Not bad but not great either. I felt like this would make a really cool BBC series, now that I’d watch.
I just finished reading Soulless and I absolutely need to get the rest of the series. I've been saying that all day but now I really mean it since I have no more of it to read. *makes grabby hands* I had first come across this book when I was in high school. I thought it sounded interesting but d...
"Soulless" did not live down to its title. It is, in fact, a book that demonstrates remarkable spirit and significant amounts of pluck under pressure. Set in an alternative Victorian London, in which vampires and werewolves have been Establishment figures for centuries, dirigibles fill the sky and...