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Review: Changeless


Changeless by Gail Carriger

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

AAAARRGGH!! The second book of Gail Carriger’s delightful Parasol Protectorate series had all the qualities that made the first book, … 55 more words

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Steampunk VS Gaslamp Fantasy

(Also posted on my website http://www.sbjamestheauthor.com)

Recently I had come across the question of what the difference between Steampunk and Gaslamp Fantasy was. It started because I was telling people that I actually had written some Gaslamp Fantasy novels. 957 more words

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Friday Review: Prudence (The Custard Protocol #1) by Gail Carriger

Prudence by Gail Carriger

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Prudence is the first book in Gail Carriger’s “Custard Protocol” series, focusing on Prudence Alessandra Maccon Akeldama, daughter of Alexia Tarbotti, Lady Maccon of the “Parasol Protectorate” series. 430 more words

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Manners and Mutiny by Gail Carriger

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Loved this whole series!

Find reviews for the first, second, and third book at the links. This book gives the harrowing tale of Sophoronia’s last year at Finishing School. 136 more words

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Mid-Week Mini Review: Prudence by Gail Carriger

Gail Carriger is one of my favorite authors due to the immense pleasure I felt reading about Alexia Tarabotti and Conall Maccon in her Parasol Protectorate series. 154 more words

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Looking for books for this topic has confirmed that comedy is not my bag. I do not gravitate towards the typically funny. Not that I don’t get joy out of my books or that they don’t make me laugh, but I don’t read a lot of ‘funny’ books.

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Book Review: Changeless (Parasol Protectorate #2) by Gail Carriger

Title: Changeless
Author: Gail Carriger
Published: 2010
Genre: Adult Paranormal

Synopsis: Alexia Maccon, the Lady Woolsey, awakens in the wee hours of the mid-afternoon to find her husband, who should be decently asleep like any normal werewolf, yelling at the top of his lungs. 450 more words

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