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Timeless (Parasol Protectorate Series) (The Parasol Protectorate) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD
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"The world of Timeless is a unique recipe of steampunk and fantasy spiced with light sprinkling of romance. Its setting is rich for characters to romp about in, but the unbridled playfulness of the language and dialogue shines brightest." - Miami Herald
"Readers will undoubtedly be content with how this charming series wraps up" - SciFi Now
"Spectacular debut novel...a real page-turner." --- Romantic Times
"Soulless is a character-driven romp with great worldbuilding and delicious rapier wit that recalls Austen and P.G. Wodehouse." --- io9.com
"A delightfully fun supernatural comedy of manners, with a refreshing romance thrown in - and a highly promising first novel." --- Locus
"Carriger debuts brilliantly with a blend of Victorian romance, screwball comedy of manners and alternate history. . . . This intoxicatingly witty parody will appeal to a wide cross-section of romance, fantasy and steampunk fans." --- Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
"Soulless has all the delicate charm of a Victorian parasol, and all the wicked force of a Victorian parasol secretly weighted with brass shot and expertly wielded. Ravishing." --- Lev Grossman, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Magicians
"A tapestry that is simultaneously witty, charming, exhilarating and downright fun." --- fantasyliterature.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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'Timeless' jumps two years forward from 'Heartless', two years that have been peaceful -- well, as peaceful as anything is likely to get in the Maccon household. Then Alexia gets, by way of the local vampire queen, a summons to appear with her daughter in Alexandria (yes, the one in Egypt) before Matakara, the oldest vampire living. At the same time, Sidhaeg -- Conall's multi-great-granddaughter and Alpha of his old Scottish pack -- shows up, looking for her missing Beta, who had been in Egypt on a mission for her. The Beta reappears, but gets murdered before he can get more than a few words out to Alexia. So Alexia packs up her family -- and the Tunstells and their acting troupe -- and heads out via steamer (werewolves being notoriously poor floaters). From there, the story whirls through a sequence of mishaps, supernatural political entanglements, and strange occurrences. The action clips along at a great pace, both in Alexandria and back at home, as the Maccons abroad and the wolf pack back at home both try to sort out the mystery of the God-Breaker Plague.
The really great thing here is Carriger's ability to not forget character development admist all the action. For a lot of the book, that really shines in Biffy and Lyall, though we do get a fair bit out of Alexia and Conall as well.Read more ›
I enjoyed this book in the way that I enjoy watching an old movie on a rainy day. It was comfortable and nice to catch up with an old friend. However, reading a new book, even one late in a series, shouldn't feel so rote. It should be exciting, and I should be looking forward to seeing what happens. The problem was that I felt like I already knew what was going to happen and none of it was all that remarkable or interesting.
Let's start with the good. I found Prudence and her unique abilities to be entertaining. The irreverent attitude that Alexia has for the "infant inconvenience" was still funny for me; it's loving with a complete lack of romanticism, something utterly alien to most modern readers. Alexia seemed a bit softer in this book and more relatable, although it almost veered a little too much from the Alexia we've grown to love. Seeing Akeldama bested by a toddler during bath time was also quite fun. There were also lots of wonderful Ivy moments, and her storyline was one of the few things I truly enjoyed about the book. I loved it, actually.
Now for the bad. Quite a bit of this book is told in Biffy's POV, and I absolutely hated it. Don't get me wrong, I adore Biffy as a supporting character, but I just didn't enjoy him in a more central role. He's too much of a stereotype to be a sympathetic lead for me. I also did not like the Biffy/Professor Lyall romance. I know a lot of others liked it, but it just didn't work for me for several reasons. 1: A good part of PL's appeal was his mystery, and placing him into a first-hand love scene stripped him of any of that. 2: There was pretty much no build-up to the romance.Read more ›
Carriger's take on supernaturals (vamps, weres, ghosts, etc.) is lively and original. Alexia Tarabotti's husband, Lord Conall Maccon, is the powerful (but very old) Alpha of a large wolfpack in London. Her dear friend Lord Akeldama, an ancient vampire who speaks in italics, is head of a style-setting group of young, fashionable, and quietly intelligent male vampires. He is also, for safety's sake, adoptive co-parent of Alexia and Conall's toddler daughter. Friends Ivy and Tunstell have somehow become the toast of London's theatre. Who knew?
I followed Alexia Tarabotti, et al, through Changeless (The Parasol Protectorate), Blameless (The Parasol Protectorate), and Heartless (The Parasol Protectorate), with their cliffhanger endings but the final book: ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
well written steampunk with a strong female heroine. fun smart and delightful!Published 1 month ago by kim
Almost gave me a heart attack towards the end...but I am happy and looking forward to the spinoff series👏🏽👌🏽Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Love this series- finishing this one now, can't wait to check out more of this author's work!Published 1 month ago by Lisa K.
The last book in the series that I did not want to end. I highly recommend this series and will look for more to read from this author.Published 3 months ago by ILuvBooks
Cassandra Giovanni's review Apr 28, 16 · edit
really liked it
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