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Boozy Books: The Parasol Protectorate series

Salutations, mesdames et messieurs! Yeah, I’ve committed the faux pas of mixing languages… or is that metaphors you’re not supposed to mix? I’m still in the midst of a Thanksgiving food coma. 1,701 more words

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Oh my goodness! I loved reading this book. Sophronia (the main character) has such a modern-day personality in an especially old-world setting that you just can’t believe what she does (and gets away with!). 84 more words

Gail Carriger

Galactic Suburbia 133

In which Alisa has feelings about Lovecraft’s image being associated with (and from next year, removed from) the World Fantasy Award.

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Parasol Protectorate Series Read-Along

I will be hosting a read-along at the beginning of next year for the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger. It’s a five book 1,921 page steampunk urban fantasy. 185 more words


Soulless - Gail Carriger [re-direct to Mind the Gap]

A couple of weeks ago, I finally picked up my first Gail Carriger novel, and I don’t know why I haven’t done it before because I loved it. 16 more words


A real lady always carries a bladed fan

The Finishing School series by Gail Carriger

I’m not usually into steampunk – I don’t really even understand what it is – but I read Gail Carriger’s… 1,737 more words

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Manners and Mutiny

This book was provided to me by the publisher at no cost.

Firstly? I do not love this cover. It’s far too old to be Sophronia, which I don’t remember being a problem with the other covers. 619 more words