Book Reviews

By: DesaraeV

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Curtsies and Conspiracies by Gail Carriger

Audible version Chapter sixteen where they are in the hive had me laughing out loud. My stomach hurts from the 'kerfuffle'. While hearing this nutty predicament I just had to start my review. The verbiage used in Gails books may only be described as smart. In an old school manner of intelligence, every book stands out with an amusing vocabulary and even more amusing antidotes.

This is the second book in a series about a finishing school with ulterior motives. The first book was hard to get into, but by the time you get to the second book the characters become a bit more addictive and our heroine, Sephonia, is ever livelier. I love the little mechanimal dog (Bumbersnoot) and the names of all the characters.

I even discovered a Bumbersnoot pendandt (seen pictured).

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