Set in the world first introduced in Soulless, is a wonderful story of a teenage girl who doesn't quite fit into the role expected of her. The writing is as wonderful as the Alexia Taraboti books and so is the narration.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that enjoyed the Soulless series.
Great narration - I thoroughly Carriger's last series of steam-punk inspired fantasy novels and thought Emily Gray's narration couldn't be equaled, but Moira Quirk does a terrific job.
Just good fun all around.
Good voice acting is hard to find, she's very polished and quite versatile.
No, I prefer to dole out my pleasures for walks and while working around the house.
Having enjoyed the Parasol Protectorate I was eager to check out this new series by Gail Carriger. What a wonderful surprise to find an equally entertaining series! I look eagerly forward to the next book in this series and hope Audible will pick it up as well. Moira Quirk did a perfect rendition of Sophronia's tale. I loved Bumbersnoot and all of Sophronia's friends!
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Etiquette & Espionage. It was easy to listen to and held my attention for the entirety of it. I liked the humor in the story, giving it a light-hearted feel. If I'd had the time, I would have finished this book in a day! I did not want to stop listening! Cannot wait for the next book!
Great detective adventure with super writing and love that voice.
Of course the main girl character was the best, love how inventive she was
Her accent is great and she does a good job. She could back down on the professor a bit but she was great.
Was just fun.
Love this author. Can't wait for more
Would definitely recommend this audiobook. The reader was awesome and the story was great. Gail Carriger created a wonderful adventure and always creates the best characters for her stories. I loved the finishing school and can't wait for the next adventure to unfold.
Reader. Painter. Newspaper columnist. Nurse. Humane Society. Lake life. Walker. Happily remarried - was a widow.
I found myself totally enjoying this new series. I will most definitely buy the next one. Interesting characters, plot and well written. It's a winner.
As a huge fan of Carriger's Parasol Protectorate novels, I got this book the day it was released. It is a prequel to those stories, with the origins of some characters from those books as part of it.
But really it isn't about the same thing the other books were, even if they share some characters. It s a new story about Sophronia, the Cinderella of a steampunk age. She is the troublesome child of proper Victorian parents who simply don't know what to do with her blueblood tendencies. Until the day a family friend suggest they send her off to a special finishing school.
The book is fun with Carriger's quirky and lovable outsider characterization. We get another look at her steampunk world and it is even more fun this time.
It does seem this book was a little rush, especially towards the end. The story is going along showing you various things and suddenly does some climatic stuff and boom is over. It leaves you wanting to know more and feeling you've missed something. It's obviously a first book in a series as a result.
Even though it is a "young adult" novel, it's a fun read for fans of any age.
The sense of humor and the world of Steampunk Victorian England.
The imagination and care to detail.
Not had the opportunity yet.
The characters in this book are fun, engaging. Momies is very overworked, and Soap is a scamp. Can't wait for more.
the people in the book, are real for the time and age. but the science is the best.
I did giggle, and it kept me up late last night.
Could see this on TV. I know I would watch it.