First off: this is the third of 5 stories and they really won't make sense unless you attack them in order.
Second: Carriger's story is finally taking shape...I guess she started to do that in Changeless, but Blameless is where it became obvious that there was a bigger mystery unfolding. Also, some of the more repetitive jokes from the first two books---such as Alexia's libido---got downplayed in this one.
Third: It is also the first book in which characters other than Alexia and Connel take center stage...in particular, Professor Lyall.
Lastly: The non-English accents presented in this book didn't tax Emily Gray's diction as much as the previous book.
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