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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

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Changeless by Gail Carriger

It took me a lot longer to finish this second book in the Parasol Protectorate series than it did the first, and I’m not entirely sure why it didn’t hold my attention as well (vacation, friend visits, work, summer?), but I enjoyed it nonetheless. 92 more words

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Book Review: Discount Armageddon (InCryptid, Book 1) by Seanan McGuire

Favourite quotes:

“You are an insolent, irresponsible, immature little bitch!

And you’re an arrogant asshole, and there may be a dragon under this city. Now can we stop the dick waving and start figuring out how we’re going to deal with this? 1,084 more words

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Of Parasols and Octopodes

Given the heavier manner of the last few posts, I find it’s time again for another installment of my Influence and Inspiration series. And for this I must ask, do you know where your parasol is? 415 more words

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Retro Review: The Parasol Protectorate

Gail Carriger

Books 1, 2 and 3, The Parasol Protectorate

Soulless

Orbit (2009)

Changeless

Orbit (2010)

Blameless

Orbit (2010)

ISBN: 978-0-316-07415-5

Reviewed by Tehani Wessely… 1,653 more words

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Custard Protocol Giveaway!

As you may be aware, Gail Carriger’s new novella, Poison or Protect, is coming out in ebook format on Tuesday (June 21). If you subscribe to her lovely monthly newsletter there was a little bit in there about being entered to win a giveaway if you pre-order. 84 more words

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Vampires, Werewolves & Steampunk, Oh My!

HALLOWEEN 2013: BY RACHEL SEXTON

Recently, a unique trend in books has slowly grown in popularity and entered popular culture. It’s not a new genre, though it has enough distinguishing characteristics to define it in a reader’s mind. 738 more words

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