The Parasol Protectorate #3: Blameless Review

Tony McMahon:

I do like a good yarn with vampires and Templars and here’s one! Mixed in with Victorian London and, well, it’s a winning combination!

Originally posted on Lovely Books Blog:

Title: The Parasol Protectorate #3: Blameless

Author: Gail Carriger

Date of Publication: September 1, 2010

Formats Available: Mass Market Paperback, E-Book

Note: This review may contain mild spoilers from the previous books, Soulless and Changeless

Synopsis: After moving back in with her repulsive family and being removed from Queen Victoria’s Shadow Council Lady Alexia Maccon is the subject of the majority of London’s society gossip. In addition the vampires are trying to kill her, Lord Akeldama has left town, and her husband continues to become more and more intoxicated. Deciding that its best to leave town herself Alexia gathers her traveling companions, Madame Lefoux and her father’s butler Floote, and embarks to Italy to find the Templars. Only the Templars have the resources to tell Alexia what she really is, explain her inconvenient condition, and most of all prove her husband wrong.

My Review:

Full of action and wit Blameless does not disappoint. While…

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