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BriannaT
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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In this Victorian England, the supernatural coexist with morals, including some individuals who have no soul at all. Enter our feminist protagonist, Alexia, who was born soulless yet seems to keep getting wrapped up in supernatural hijinks. This book reminded me of the social etiquette I learned in Pride and Prejudice, but made me laugh and reminded me of Oscar Wilde. Romance, humor, sci-fi, and historical fiction - a lot to like!

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Laura317
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Started this Audible book. I‘m hoping it‘s a good diversion.

Eyelit Such a fun and interesting series 😄 hope you enjoy! 1w
gossamerchild I love this series! It's so gloriously fun :-) 1w
Laura317 @Eyelit @gossamerchild I‘m loving it so far! I loved her series with Sopronia. Good fun! 1w
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EadieB
Timeless | Gail Carriger
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TheSpineView 💓💓💓 1w
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BacklistReader
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Mehso-so

Good while I was in the story but not something I would come back to.

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DarcysMom
Reticence | Gail Carriger
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BacklistReader
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Trying to finish this today....

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Soscha
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A bit of silly fun. I‘ve never read Gail Carriger before but I enjoyed this for light reading. It reminded me of Sax Rohmer, but with less racism.

#SummersEndReadathon

SW-T I enjoyed 2w
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Well this is described as Buffy meets Jane Austen, which is like everything I've ever wanted. Hope it lives up to my expectations!

SW-T I loved it! Hadn‘t heard that description before. 3w
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @SW-T Good to hear! 3w
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BacklistReader
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Progress on my #NEWTs has stalled a bit.....but I am enjoying this one and when I do sit down to read it goes pretty quick.

At 120 pages in the only issue I have right now is that we switch between formal and informal names at an alarming rate (feels like it‘s about every other paragraph or more). Anyone else notice that?

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Charlotte4
Soulless | Gail Carriger
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Oh, the travesty!

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