Imprudence

Imprudence

Gail Carriger / Jan 25, 2020

Imprudence From New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger comes the stunning sequel to Prudence Rue and the crew of the Spotted Custard return from India with revelations that shake the foundations of Engl

  • Title: Imprudence
  • Author: Gail Carriger
  • ISBN: 9780316212212
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger comes the stunning sequel to Prudence Rue and the crew of the Spotted Custard return from India with revelations that shake the foundations of England s scientific community Queen Victoria is not amused, the vampires are tetchy, and something is wrong with the local werewolf pack To top it all off, Rue s best friend PFrom New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger comes the stunning sequel to Prudence Rue and the crew of the Spotted Custard return from India with revelations that shake the foundations of England s scientific community Queen Victoria is not amused, the vampires are tetchy, and something is wrong with the local werewolf pack To top it all off, Rue s best friend Primrose keeps getting engaged to the most unacceptable military types.Rue has family problems as well Her vampire father is angry, her werewolf father is crazy, and her obstreperous mother is both Worst of all, Rue s beginning to suspect that what they really are is frightened.

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      • Gail Carriger

        Gail Carriger writes comedies of manners mixed with paranormal romance and the sexy San Andreas Shifter series as G L Carriger Her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Supernatural Society series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults She is published in many languages and has over a dozen NYT bestsellers She was once an archaeologist and is fond of shoes, octopuses, and tea Join the Chirrup gailcarriger chirrup


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    1. * I was sent this book for free from the publisher, and from audible in exchange for an honest review *This is book #2 in this series and although it's not the final one, it's the final one for the time being whilst Carriger works on other things. This meant that I wanted to see a fairly conclusive end to where we are with the story right now in this book, and whilst I don't think it's perfect and clearly there is more to come, I am happy with the end overall. Once again in this book we are foll [...]


    2. Unforgettable adventures, an excellent fashion sense and ridiculous endearments helped Carriger’s books become the huge success they are today. Although she never strays away from her well established world, she always finds some way to keep it fresh and endlessly entertaining. Imprudence is perhaps the richest, most enjoyable example of her work after her debut, a book strong enough to pull in new fans, as well as satisfy the old ones. We’re already familiar with Lady Prudence Alessandra Ma [...]


    3. I love that the Parasol Protectorate characters have such a strong presence in these books. It's definitely centered around Rue, Quesnel, Primrose, and Percy, but seeing old familiar faces always makes me happy. The romance aspect didn't bother me because I was used to it in the PP series, but I will admit the whole experienced-man-with-inexperienced-woman trope REALLY grated on my nerves in this book. With the precedent Gail's other books have set (interracial relationships, LGBT main character [...]


    4. 3.5 starsGreat improvement over Prudence in plot, characterization, and vivacity! Many thoroughly enjoyable moments and revelations. Only negative factor is how much I disliked the romance.Prudence and her paramour have zero chemistry. And love? Nope. Didn't feel it AT ALL.But the plot is so much better!


    5. I put off reading this for, like, FOREVER because I was hesitant about it. I enjoyed Prudence when I read it last year, but I didn't LOVE it. And I was scared I'd feel the same way about this one. Thankfully, I didn't. I feel like the story in this one was more coherent, like the characters had settled into their various roles more. I loved that it dealt with stuff that came up in the final book of the Parasol Protectorate series as far as Rue's parents go. I love that there were some sneaky lit [...]


    6. I don’t know how I can wait a whole year for the next book to release. RIP me. Pros – I love the characters so much: All of the characters are so fun-loving and crazy - I love it! I also simultaneously love and hate when you adore characters so much that you literally hurt when their lives are sucking at the moment. – Adventures: The adventures they go on and the discoveries they make are both fun and thoughtful. I love that the author includes a political perspective in their amusing, cra [...]


    7. This is my favourite instalment in the Parasol Protectorate/Custard Protocol universe so far. As much as I enjoyed Alexia's adventures in PP, and I think they will still be my comfort reads, I much prefer following Rue and her friends. The writing continues to be hilarious and fun and whisks me away on the Spotted Custard. I'll admit that I could have done with a little less of certain characters being obliviously in love (just TELL each other for goodness sake) but I am rooting for all of them [...]


    8. I am a huge Gail Carriger fan. The Parasol Protectorate is one of the few series I wanted to own in paper copy because I love them and the covers are great. I also really enjoyed the finishing school series. The Custard Protocolt so much. I thought the first book was decent, maybe promising, but this second book just went wrong for me from nearly the beginning. The book seemed to be pretty much all about Rue's intimate "education" with Quesnel, and while that was okay as something they started t [...]



    9. I loved both of Carriger's previous series in this universe immensely, so when I didn't love the first book in The Custard Protocol nearly as much, I was worried. I liked it, but it didn't really feel the same to me. The humor was different and I didn't connect with the characters as much. But I gave the second book in this series a chance and I'm glad I did. Imprudence succeeds for me where Prudence failed. It gave me the same feeling I got from both the Parasol Protectorate and Finishing Schoo [...]


    10. And this is where Rue and I shall depart.I liked Prudence well enough, so I'm surprised that upon reading this one I couldn't get into it. I couldn't connect with the characters, nor did I find them interesting. Carriger was always slow when moving the plot, but it seemed like this one didn't move at all. Seventy pages in and NOTHING had happened.My second gripe is the romance. Alexia and Conall's relationship was fantastic. They had their ups and downs, but in the end their love was believable. [...]


    11. 2.5 This rating truly hurts my heart. I love the parasolverse. But I can't believe political intrigues and werewolf/vampire drama in London society got replaced with one of my least favorite tropes of all time: Inexperienced virgin gets a proper "education" from the highly experienced love interest. Ugh. I hate it.


    12. ~Full review appears on The Bent Bookworm~I’ve been waiting so long on this book! I had so many expectations. As I’ve stated before – I love the world Carriger has created. I’ve read every single book (not all the short stories yet, I’m working on those!) and enjoyed them all. I love the characters. I love hunting for references to the various storylines in the different series. When I sit down with a Gail Carriger book, it’s like sitting down with an old friend and hearing what they [...]


    13. I opened the book and immediately wanted strong, hot tea, even though it was 2:30 a.m. That's the sense memory of these series by Carriger. I liked this book much more than I liked Prudence. It gave me that feeling of comfort of visiting with familiar friends that both Prudence and Etiquette & Espionage didn't. Though it was often quite harsh toward my dear Alexia. But daughters and mamas…sometimes they don't always see each other as outsiders might. What I think is charming and amusing mi [...]


    14. Lady Prudence Akeldama Maccon and her crew fly the Spotted Custard to Egypt to convey Lord & Lady Maccon to the only place they can safely retire. After leaving both of her parents under the influence of the Godbreaker Plague, Prudence continues further inland in search of a secretive pride of werelionesses. Her voyage is complicated by the carnal relationship she shares with her chief engineer, and the tensions it is causing amidst the crew. The latest novel in Gail Carriger's steampunky, V [...]


    15. Gail Carriger is such a fun author. There is nothing resembling literature to be found on her pages, but there is so much fun! And not a little risky business presented in such clean terms that they are even more titillating than they would be if presented as R-rated dialogue!I classify these as Steampunk-lite. You don't get chemistry or engineering lessons, but Carriger throws in enough that smacks of reality that you can almost imagine Rue's Spotted Custard soaring the world in the same way it [...]


    16. Why does it seem like every time Rue turns around, someone is attacking her airship the Spotted Custard, [although likely Spotted Ladybird (since this is England after all) would be a better name]? The Spotted Custard and Rue are needed to help her father and set sail for Egypt. There, mysteries start to unravel as well as multiply until Rue realizes that family history is more than boring speeches by her disliked mother but highly relevant to her own life. And the unbirth of a former butler/val [...]


    17. I think it could have used a bit more editing, but like all Carriger's books, it managed to make me feel happy and entertained. :)


    18. Actual rating 4.5 starsThis review was originally posted at freadomlibrary.wordpress/CriticallyPlot – 4 out of 5 starsThe plot of this book picks up right where the first one left off. My biggest issue with this series in particular is that the pacing is really slow, when I’m used to Carriger’s books being constantly fast paced and entertaining. This one has specific scenes that are action packed and some that are full of crazy and unexpected situations but its definitely not the entire ti [...]



    19. I wasn’t as crazy about Prudence as I had hoped to be, but the way things developed towards the end of the book left me excited to see what Imprudence would bring us. I can honestly say I enjoyed Imprudence so much more than I enjoyed Prudence. If I’m completely honest, it’s mostly because of the events at the beginning of the book.With Prudence, I was disappointed by the lack of appearances made by the cast of the Parasol Protectorate series. I know the two are separate stories, but the t [...]


    20. I like Imprudence better than Prudence the first book in the Custard Protocols. Once again Prudence and her crew are off in the Spotted Custard, her airship. Part of the book finishes out the Parasol Protectorate; something I had wondered about. As it turns out everything happens as planned in the last book Timeless. From there Pru and friends are off in another interesting adventure. This could be the last book in the series as things ended on a high note for Rue and Quesnel. We will see if the [...]


    21. Pfűűű, mindenki csapjon a kezemre, ha valaha még Carrigert akarok a kezembe venni. Ez egyre silányabb. Egyre több a feleslegesen eseménydúsnak vélt akciójelenet, történet szinte semmi, tehát paradox módon mégis eseménytelen marad a regény, és továbbra sem sikerül személyiséggel felruházni a korábbi, jobb főhősök halovány másait, a fiatal generációs karaktereket. Az meg a slusszpoén, hogy némelyiket összekevertem a Finishing School sorozat alakjaival, annyira jel [...]


    22. This was a wonderful continuation of the Custard Protocol. There are at least two more books scheduled for this series; although Carriger said on her blog that the next Custard Protocol book will not be released until 2018dness :-( All the books in this series have been incredibly entertaining and just a ton of fun.I listened to this on audiobook and the audiobook was excellent. The narrator does an absolutely wonderful job narrating and it was a joy to listen to. I kept finding myself creating [...]


    23. I really enjoyed this sequel, though not quite as much as the first. Same everything I love from book one, but the plot didn't feel as interesting. A lot about the world is revealed and things are set up for the next book to be awesome! Warning: the word 'gypped' is used once and it pissed me off greatly.



    24. I really love the universe created by Gail Carriger. "Imprudence" the second novel in the Custard Protocol series. It is as usual really fun. It follows the "Prudence" almost immediately after the finish of that novel. Now Rue messed stuff up in India, and the Queen is not really happy with her. So straight out she declares all of Rue's protection from the Empire to be forfeited. Immediately after that Rue learns about her father. Lord Maccon is in the final stages of the Alpha Curse and needs t [...]



    25. I enjoy this whimsical series, although I like it better with spaces in between reading the different books. I'm not sure if I like these as much as The Parasol Protectorate (which really SHOULD be read first), but the characters are growing on me.In this installment, we get to return to Egypt aboard the Spotted Custard. Prudence takes French Lessons :). And other things happen too!


    26. It took me a chapter or two for my memory to be jogged back into place. I also found that I just wasn't enamored with this book compared to previous books of the other series. The writing was still just as witty and charming, but the plot seemed a bit worn. Though I will still look forward to more of the author's work in the future.


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