Soulless (Parasol Protectorate, #1)
Pages no: 388
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
Warning. Review might contain minor spoilers. Read at your own risk. I am very sad pissed because I had so many high expectations for this book. The blurb sounded awesome, most of my friends’ reviews are five and four stars. The cover is good, the author seems obsessed with English tea, which seemed...
It's hard not to fall in love with any book that begins with the heroine expressing some disappointment that her opening fight with a vampire has destroyed the treacle tart that she'd had her eye on. Our heroine, Alexia Tarabotti, is a spinster (at the ripe old age of 26) of mixed parentage – her fa...
What a positive surprise! I enjoyed this book immensely and it was funny too.
4.5 starsSoulless is the first book of the five-book series - The Parasol Protectorate. Gail Carriger’s world is set in an alternative Victorian England and is filled with vampires, werewolves, ghosts, and preternaturals, but it is so much more than a now common-place paranormal-romance. This book t...
Soulless was not what I expected. Not in a bad way, not in a good way, just in an "oh" way. I expected something like Young Miss Marple vs. The Vampires, for whatever reason. I haven't even read much Miss Marple -- those were my least favorite Christies -- but I guess spinster + England, past tense ...