Manners and Mutiny

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Manners and Mutiny

Manners and Mutiny If one must flirt flirt with danger Lessons in the art of espionage aboard Mademoiselle Geraldine s floating dirigible have become tedious without Sophronia s sweet sootie Soap nearby She would much r

  • Title: Manners and Mutiny
  • Author: Gail Carriger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If one must flirt flirt with danger.Lessons in the art of espionage aboard Mademoiselle Geraldine s floating dirigible have become tedious without Sophronia s sweet sootie Soap nearby She would much rather be using her skills to thwart the dastardly Picklemen, yet her concerns about their wicked intentions are ignored, and now she s not sure whom to trust What does the bIf one must flirt flirt with danger.Lessons in the art of espionage aboard Mademoiselle Geraldine s floating dirigible have become tedious without Sophronia s sweet sootie Soap nearby She would much rather be using her skills to thwart the dastardly Picklemen, yet her concerns about their wicked intentions are ignored, and now she s not sure whom to trust What does the brusque werewolf dewan know On whose side is the ever stylish vampire Lord Akeldama Only one thing is certain a large scale plot is under way, and when it comes to fruition, Sophronia must be ready to save her friends, her school, and all of London from disaster in decidedly dramatic fashion, of course.What will become of our proper young heroine when she puts her years of training to the test Find out in this highly anticipated and thrilling conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Finishing School series

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    1. Lindsey Rey on said:

      [4.5 Stars]THE PARASOL PROTECTORATE FEELS ARE STRONG Y'ALL!

    2. Maria V. Snyder on said:

      I can't believe this is the last book! SOB! I loved this series. I've listened to all four on audio - the narrator, Moira Quirk is fantastic and she has read all of Gail Carriger's audio books - well, all the ones I've listened to - Finishing School and the Parasol protectorate series (and the Prudence series, of which I listened to the first book).The books are just plain fun and they're set in the generation before Alexia and her Parasol. I had a long drive to upstate New York and home, and th [...]

    3. Sanaa on said:

      [5 Stars] Loved it. Can't say it was entirely perfect, but I love everything Gail Carriger writes. Can't wait to read what she has in store for us next!

    4. Ferdy on said:

      SpoilersThe prequel series has mostly been a let down, it has none of the charm and humour and adventure as the The Parasol Protectorate books. The best thing about the series has been the great friendships and some of the secondary characters. The overarching plot on the other hand has had very few points of interest, the whole picklemen thing was too silly and boring for words. Worst of all Sophronia was an unlikeable dry bore, she had no spark whatsoever. It didn't help that she was paired wi [...]

    5. Megan Andrews on said:

      Can there please be more Felix Mercey action! I do not fancy Soap all that much!!!

    6. Maja (The Nocturnal Library) on said:

      It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series, albeit knowing without a doubt that this wonderful author will give us so much more to enjoy. It was very easy to fall in love with these characters and their quirks yet again. Each of them is a small work of art, an unforgettable combination of oddities and personality traits. Sophoronia in particular is very easy to love, and so very competent to boot! I loved her in this book more than I ever loved her b [...]

    7. Horsegirl275 on said:

      An absolutely topping ending to a fantastic series. Plus, this installment gives us insights to many characters introduced in her Parasol Protectorate series, which is delightful. All in all, one of the best books I've read this year. *****************************************WE HAVE A COVER! ALERT, ALERT, WE HAVE A COVER! THIS IS NOT A DRILL! *Cries with happiness*

    8. Ashley *Hufflepuff Kitten* on said:

      Now I'm REALLY looking forward to the Parasol Protectorate books. And since the second Custard Protocol book comes out this year, well that goes without saying ;)For some reason, I am SO turned on by the Soaphronia pairing. I don't know if it's the class differences or just the way Moira narrates Soap's voice, but GAWWWD. I mean, they're up there with Anna & Charles from Alpha & Omega, if that tells you anything. I would read ALL the Soaphronia smut. And I'm not a smut reader by any mean [...]

    9. Alexa on said:

      Around 3.5 stars. This was a good conclusion to the series. Contrary to the previous installments, the plot actually made sense, and Sophronia isn't super special and doesn't save the day on her own. It was almost sensible! However it also means that I found it less fun, we still have tons of gadgets and gizmos, and whozits and whatzits galore. But the silliness that characterized this series in the beginning seems to ebb. The romance plot also comes to a conclusion, with our leading lady finall [...]

    10. Allison on said:

      This was just so much fun. I laughed. I wished for more at the end. What more can you say?

    11. Shima on said:

      I was somewhat disappointed by the first half of this book, but in the end it all turned out ok. I don't have much to say, the plot, I believe wasn't completely up to par compared to the last ones, and Felix and Soap both came off as somewhat unlikable in this book. I also believe Felix, Dimity and Agatha didn't get the endings they deserved. In the end the author went on to explain what the teachers and some other minor characters ended up after the series, along with tidbits about Sophronia an [...]

    12. Sara (Freadom Library) on said:

      THIS WAS SO GOOD! This review was originally posted at freadomlibrary.wordpress/CriticallyPlot – 4.5 out of 5 starsI don’t know what else I can say about these book without starting to sound repetitive, so I’m just not going to try, okay? The plot is action packed and totally entertaining. I was a bit taken back with how it flowed and what ended up happening but it was a good surprise! This story is intense, powerful but definitely a lot of fun. The romance is finally a bigger part of the [...]

    13. Kopratic on said:

      This was such a delightful read! The characters, the setting, the humorl of it just worked so well. It didn't quite engage me enough to warrant 5 stars, though. But still one I'd definitely recommend to those looking for a nice, light-hearted Fantasy of Manners book.

    14. RavenclawReadingRoom on said:

      12/9/2016This wraps up the series so wonderfully. The shippiness is totally adorable. I still love all the references to the Parasol Protectorate series. I have a lot of feelings about (view spoiler)[Sophronia ultimately being separated from Bumbersnoot, but the idea of him still pootling about Buckingham Palace is delightful. (hide spoiler)]Basically? This world is delightful. The characters are wonderful. I ship it like whoa. The end. 6/11/20154.5 stars. Excuse me while I flail forever. I love [...]

    15. Bee (Heart Full of Books) on said:

      You can definitely see the progression of the characters as they get older, and although I miss the more school-orientated feel of the first two books, and the plots got a bit formulaic, I'm really happy with how it ended!

    16. Maarja on said:

      So, this was the final part of the Finishing School series. While the first book was more suitable for the middle school age group (the characters were still rather childish), as the series has progressed, the characters have grown into young women, and this book is definitely of the YA variety, with a strong romance storyline (which started in the previous book already). (view spoiler)[While one could argue that Soap was perhaps too forceful in his manhandling and didn't account for Sophronia's [...]

    17. All Things Urban Fantasy on said:

      Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyNNERS & MUTINY is a wonderfully action packed and fun end to a very unique series. One thing I loved about this book was how it so neatly melds into the Parasol Protectorate series as a precursor to that series' story. I knew there would be a connection obviously with some of the same characters appearing in both series but the way it makes it so you could start with Finishing School and then pick up Parasol Protectorate right away was very cool. Fi [...]

    18. Yasmin ✨ on said:

      Normally I love or at least really like Gail Carriger's books, but I just couldn't like this one. I guess I was a bit bored with the story of this series; it was dragging a bit and I didn't think it was all that interesting anymore. The characters are really what make me love Gail's books so much but in Manners and Mutiny they weren't as funny or well written as usual. I did like some of the side characters, but I honestly couldn't stand Sophronia anymore and I hated reading about her. Soap also [...]

    19. Book Riot Community on said:

      This is the fourth and final book of Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series, and there was much squeeing. After the first three holding my attention but not being as much to write home about as the other two series in the same universe, I was overjoyed to have a compelling, enticing ending to the set. And now maybe I need to go read Soulless again… — Jessica Pryde from The Best Books We Read In January: bookriot/2016/02/01/riot-r

    20. Ailish on said:

      Me:*oohh cover*Me:*ahh!! Yellow!*I don't like yellow :( but I love this series so much it doesn't really matter!

    21. Medini on said:

      **Exhales deeply**Well… finally that’s done. Whew. I wasn’t expecting that whirlwind at all!SPOILERS AHEADWhile the first three books in this series were a tad childish and silly at times, this one is a lot more serious and fast paced. In Waistcoats & Weaponry, we saw Sophronia, Dimity, Soap and Felix take on a train, fighting their arch nemesis, Monique, ultimately realizing that the real enemies were the Picklemen.Manners & Mutiny reveals the Picklemen’s twisted plot: They want [...]

    22. Jessica (a GREAT read) on said:

      Gail Carriger brings the Finishing School series to a finish with Manners & Mutiny and I must say, things do go out with a bang! Sophronia has had a time of it all while attending Mademoiselle Geraldine's, but a proper lady knows not to complain as such! While I could never really fully get into this series as a whole, I have enjoyed it on some level! I guess, it's just been too long since I read the first book and even binging the remaining books continued to leave me befuddled as to a few [...]

    23. Lexxi Kitty on said:

      And so this specific story comes to an end. A story that I had originally avoided because I'm not really into reading young adult books set back in the 19th century England set in a finishing school. And, yes this part is particularly important, mixed up somehow with 'Steampunk' (a genre I've rarely liked (the exception to that 'rarely liked' is, oddly enough, that prior series I'd read by Gail Carriger (which this series here, Finishing School, is a prequel).My reasons for avoiding the series w [...]

    24. colleen the convivial curmudgeon on said:

      3.5The beginning of the story is a bit slow, though I never felt bored. It focuses more on the girls and the fallout from their 'adventures' in the last book, particularly in dealing with Sophronia's love life and the issues therein. My main complaint about this section of the book is just that it was too repetitive, especially with the "I like Soap, but we can never be together" stuff. Also, I didn't feel there was a lot of actual intelligencing going on, and whatever Sophronia discovered was m [...]

    25. C.P. Cabaniss on said:

      I enjoyed listening to this and had fun with it, but the series was just lacking something for me overall. There didn't seem to be much depth to the plot or characters, and although I found them fun, it just wasn't brilliant.One thing that was off for me in this one was the perception of time. I don't feel like the explanations for when things happened really matched up with previous installments. And while the story had an overall satisfacory ending, I would have liked to know more about some o [...]

    26. Green.T. on said:

      3.5I love the overall spirit of this series and this was a satisfying ending.What I liked:• The humor!• The friendships between the girls.• The quirky variety of the teachers.What I didn’t like:• The missions got a bit repetitive. I‘m glad I spread this series out over time.• It felt like the author rushed the romance at the end. To me it felt forced to have the romance wrap up so neat and tidy.

    27. SmilingDork on said:

      It was a fulfilling ending to a good series! I really LOVED the last hundred pages! Totally did not see half that coming!!!

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