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The Custard Protocol Series by Gail Carriger

Rue and her marauding crew of miscreants charge about in their high-tech dirigible trying to fix the British Empire, loudly and mainly with tea. This series explores the ramifications of Gail’s steampunk universe, both its technology and how the supernatural evolved differently around the world. 1,143 more words

Book Review


by Gail Carriger

ISBN 9780316056632

“Miss Tarabotti was not one of life’s milk-water misses–in fact, quite the opposite. Many a gentleman had likened his first meeting with her to downing a very strong cognac when one was expecting to imbibe fruit juice–that is to say, startling and apt to leave one with a distinct burning sensation.”  428 more words


Book Review: Imprudence

I’ve been waiting so long on this book! I had so many expectations. As I’ve stated before – I love the world Carriger has created. I’ve read every single book (not all the short stories yet, I’m working on those!) and enjoyed them all. 868 more words


Curio - A Review

Curio by Evangeline Denmark is a new steampunk-esque, alternate universe, young adult novel set in a time period of late 1800s in Colorado in the wonderfully named Mercury City.  474 more words


Review Tuesday: Prudence by Gail Carriger

Prudence by Gail Carriger

This book, and it’s sequel, owe a lot to the predecessor that spawned it. It is not entirely necessary to read the Parasol Protectorate series before reading this book, but it will certainly clue you in on a lot of what’s going on. 278 more words


Kick-ass Sci-Fi and Fantasy Heroines

I’ve been enjoying myself a great deal lately with the latest book in Gail Carriger’s the Custard Protocol series, Imprudence. Observant readers of this blog may recall a time when I read and reviewed the first book of the series, … 607 more words


My Intimidating TBR Pile

I’ve mentioned my TBR pile more than once. I have mentioned its size. The stacks that are all around my room! It’s a problem! So here’s a look at some of the things on my TBR pile. 735 more words