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Lady Alexia Maccon, soulless, is at it again, only this time the trouble is not her fault. When a mad ghost threatens the queen, Alexia is on the case, following a trail that leads her deep into her husband's past. Top that off with a sister who has joined the suffragette movement (shocking!), Madame Lefoux's latest mechanical invention, and a plague of zombie porcupines and Alexia barely has time to remember she happens to be eight months pregnant.
Will Alexia manage to determine who is trying to kill Queen Victoria before it is too late? Is it the vampires again or is there a traitor lurking about in wolf's clothing? And what, exactly, has taken up residence in Lord Akeldama's second best closet?
©2011 Hachette Audio (P)2011 Gail Carriger
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By Holly C. Salley on 10-30-11

Do You Love to Laugh?

This book is hilarious. Do not take it serious. It is Steampunk meets PG Wodehouse and Urban Fantasy crossed with Jane Austen. I love her and even my 60 year old mom who hates Vampires loves all the books start with Soulless and then continue to Changeless then Blameless and now Heartless. Emily Gray is one of the best narrators out there. The only downside to this novel is that I have to wait until March to find out what happens next.

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By Yuriko on 07-31-11

The fun is BACK!

The fun is BACK. I think it is the best book in this series. It was a very quick ride all the way through. The last chase scene in London and to Lord Maccon's castle was exciting and reminded me of Testujin 28go a Japanese classic animation.

I also loved the part where Lord Maccon tried help and shield poor Biffy to adjust to werewolf life. One of the funniest scene is when he tries to explain to Alexia why Prof.Lyall cannot be Biffy's lover, "he's too beta." Fortunately for me this made sense, but for Alexia it did not. I don't think she ever understood. LOL

I was also happy to see a lot of Lord Akeldama and enjoyed his overly dramatic words and acts. I was also impressed with Lord Akeldama's intricate and complex scheme from the beginning to the end. What political savvy! Well done.

As for the baby wow what a XXX!

Now I can look forward for more with anticipation!

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By R. McGinlay on 10-24-11

More stars for Heartless

One of the things I love about the Parasol Protectorate series is how Gail Carriger parodies different types of Victorian literature with each volume. Heartless is the Sherlock-Holmes-style mystery of the group and boy is it a good mystery! I certainly didn’t figure any of it out.

Due to certain circumstances that occur throughout the third book, which I will not spoil for those who have not yet read/listened to it (though what are you waiting for?!), Alexia takes up residence in a town house next door to Lord Akeldama (delightfully foppish rove vampire), or so it will appear to the everyone. She’s actually residing in Lord Akeldama’s second best closet. However, not long after moving in they are alerted to a plot to kill the Queen and thus, as muhjah, Alexia embarks on a hunt to solve the mystery.

As I said, the mystery is a good one, particularly as it reveals some very interesting facts about Alexia’s father and about an assassination attempt that fans may remember being previously mentioned. It’s also lovely to be back in London again with both the werewolves and vampires of the town. Whilst I loved Changeless and Blameless, I did miss the Westminster Hive and the interactions between Conall (when he’s sober) and his pack. Speaking of pack interactions, we really get a closer look at the relationships of the Woolsey pack, which is something I really enjoyed, especially with how Conall is trying to handle the unexpected new member they gained at the end of Blameless.

The story’s climax is brilliant. It is full of drama with so many things happening that you just can’t put it down because you want to know how it is all resolved. There were some things I found a little sad (don’t worry; it’s not what you might think!) but at the same time I am desperate to see how the new situation that arises from it will play out in the final instalment.

As for Emily Grey's narration, her voice is the perfect for this story. She does a wonderful Alexia.

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By Lolah on 05-04-17

A brilliantly written book with great characters that come to life

The fourth instalment in the PP series, and it's just as good as the others. I won't go into detail about the story - I hate spoilers and you can get what you need from the book description - but as part of it you find out more about the Woolsey pack, its newest member and its history, Lord Akaldama, as well as the Westminster Hive. A brilliantly written book with great characters that come to life, especially aided by the excellent narrator with her many 'voices'. I'd definitely recommend this book (and series) to anyone - just be aware of the adult content. Can't wait for the next book!

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By anita on 11-18-16


I just love the way this series is written. It's fun, propper and hilarious. The narrator is fabulous and was very well chosen. can't wait to start the next book in the series. hope you enjoy it as much as me.

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