Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger | Book Review

I feel as though I have read Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series in a whirlwind and am a bit bereft that I do not have the last book in the series - Manners & Mutiny to read upon finishing Waistcoats & Weaponry. I’ll be honest and tell you all that I feel each book gets successively better, so […]

Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger | Book Review

Binge reading a series is pretty much my favorite. Within the span of about a week or so, I consumed Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series. The second book, Curtsies & Conspiracies is just as delightful as the first book - Etiquette & Espionage. This is a series about a capable young woman named Sophronia who has been covertly recruited […]

Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger | Book Review

I often join readathons and then do not do anything to really promote that I am taking part except maybe declaring my intent on twitter. I took part in the Slay That Series Readathon which took place during the end of September and the beginning of October. The point of this readathon was to finish […]

The Watchmaker Of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley | Book Review

The Watchmaker Of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley is quite a unique book. It is actually kind of cool, to be honest. This book is different from anything I’ve read before and I LOVE that. Pulley melds steampunk, espionage, mystery and more into this book set in industrial era England. If you’re looking for a […]

The Inventor’s Secret by Andrea Cremer | Audiobook Review

Cremer’s latest series reimagines the world so that the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. In The Inventor’s Secret, the British have this mega-empire which is not really much different from the age of Imperialism.

Allison: Gilded Lily | Delphine Dryden | Book Review

Originally when I requested to read Gilded Lily by Delphine Dryden on Netgalley, I was admittedly unaware that it was part of a series called Steam and Seduction. Luckily for me, it is more of a companion novel, and I didn’t necessarily need to know all of the details in order to understand what was […]