Tags: Parasol Protectorate
Review of Blameless by Gail Carriger

Blameless is the third novel in the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger, a nominee for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer this year. The first two books in the series are Soulless and Changeless in that order, and the next book, Heartless, will be released in July 2011. Timeless, the final book, is scheduled for publication in 2012. It has been a great year for this series – not only was Carriger nominated for a major […]

Review of Changeless

Changelessby Gail Carriger400pp (Paperback)My Rating: 8/10Amazon Rating: 4.5/5LibraryThing Rating: 4.18/5Goodreads Rating: 4.32/5 Changeless is the second book in the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger. Soulless is the first novel in the series, and the next novel Blameless will be released in September of this year (which is something to be thankful for because the ending to Changeless could drive one crazy). It’s difficult to categorize these books with a genre – Changeless is part mystery, part comedy and set […]

The Leaning Pile of Books

I had been thinking about picking up the next Kate Daniels book this week but didn’t since I’m not letting myself read it until after reviewing the first one (almost there – just need to write a review of The Thief and revise a draft of A Local Habitation first). Two more review copies showed up this week, though. Changeless by Gail Carriger Changeless is the second book in the Parasol Protectorate series and is coming out in April (although […]

Review of Soulless

Soullessby Gail Carriger384pp (Paperback)My Rating: 7.5/10Amazon Rating: 4.5/5LibraryThing Rating: 4.17/5Goodreads Rating: 3.85/5 Soulless is the first book in the Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger. Its official release date in the US is today, although I first saw it in the new books section in my local bookstore over a week ago. The second book Changeless is scheduled to come out in April 2010, and there will be at least one more book following that one, Blameless. Even though this […]