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Carriger, G. (2009). Soulless. New York, NY: Orbit.

ISBN: 9780316056632

Plot Summary: The book begins with Alexia Tarabotti not really fitting into her role as a high society woman until she kills a vampire and discovers she is a preternatural more commonly referred to as soulless this gives her the ability to turn vampires and werewolves mortal if she touches them as well as exorcize ghosts. 637 more words

Teen Reader Advisory

Review: THE CURIOUS CASE by Gail Carriger

This is a short story, rather than a novel, so you’ll forgive me if my review of it is short and sweet as well. This story serves as a lovely taste of the shared world of Gail Carriger’s three series, the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Finishing School, in terms of both world-building and writing style. 45 more words

Me and Gail Carriger: 100% compatible.

I’ve never been more excited about anything.  (I think this is just on one category, but…semantics).  If Goodreads says it, it must be so.

Gail Carriger - Prudence

27. Prudence by Gail Carriger (2015)
The Custard Protocol, Book 1

Length: 368 pages
Genre: Historical Steampunk Fantasy

Started: 02 June 2015
Finished: 07 June 2015… 812 more words

Book Review

Characters Who Are Booknerds | Top 10 Tuesday [4]

Hey guys!

Welcome back to another Top 10 Tuesday weekly fun on my blog! Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish… 770 more words

Young Adult

Book Review – Soulless

The title ended up being unfortunately apt.

Soulless is the first in the Parasol Protectorate series, and I was promised humour, excitement and drama. Gail Carriger came up with one of the best ideas I’ve encountered in a while – an urban fantasy about a woman without a soul. 517 more words

Writing Related

Review - Heartless

Heartless, Gail Carriger

Heartless is still pretty fun, but the humour of these books is getting a little tired. For one thing, it relies on apocryphal stuff about the period (no, table legs were not considered indecent) and silly humour. 228 more words