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Soulless The Manga Vol 3 Woooow Such a gripping volumen uite an enjoyable read It's been awesome to see these wonderful illustrations They've brought a lot of memories from the fist time I read the booksSadly there won't be volumesHere I leave a couple of my favourite funny moments 5 Words Steampunk Italy Templars werewolves vampiresFull review to come 5 Stars I loved all of these manga volumes so much They just reminded me of how much I adore this world the characters and really just make me want to reread all of the books So wonderful I recommend all of these to people who have already read the Parasol Protectorate series For whatever reason this volume of the manga felt like it skipped of the novel than the previous two It felt uick and rushed and less satisfying than the other manga volumes It was still totally enjoyable and I really love the manga adaptations They just make me want to reread the novels though Lots and lots of male nudity in this one This is not a complaint The art was of course beautiful and as with the rest of the books I love having a visual for this story It's to bad they didn't make the last two books as well This book was my least favorite of the series and still is Alexia was treated very badly in my opinion and she had done nothing to deserve it I do like that this story does help explain some of the uestions that have formed over the series so that is always good This marks the end of the parasol protectant series for me I will be continuing on with some of the spin off books though The third and final volume in this excellent manga adaptation of Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate series Too bad there are no fourth and fifth volumes but at least this one didn't end in a cliffhanger If you haven't yet read the five original novels they are well worth reading Very rarely does the dog die and it's played for laughs I am so depressed that it is over I just marathoned the manga in one day and wish there was But now I can go grab the books and relive these three before carrying on to crazy adventure And if the books are even better than the manga well damn I can't wait Ahhhh what a spiffing conclusion to a truly sumptuous steampunk tale This volume was tense and hilarious in eual measure Although we don't get half as much as Lord Maccon as I would have liked we do have Lady Maccon Madame Lefoux Floote love that name and plenty of Professor Lyall he is very dreamy Having been turned out by a very headstrong Lord Maccon for apparently cavorting with others a pregnant Lady Maccon makes an action packed journey to Italy where she comes to reside with the Templars who are not very nice people at all The central storyline in this volume concerns what Lady Maccon will have a soul stealer aka preternatual or a supernatural baby or perhaps it might even be normal My only gripe is that we never do find out what she does have because it ends with her and Lord Maccon fornicating in a barn of some sortnot that I'm complaining on that score Soulless The Manga has turned out to be an unexpectedly delightful and witty read full of vampires werewolves preternaturals and naughtiness Lots of naughtiness I have loved the dialogue the illustrations and most of all the characters I would definitely recommend the manga series to others especially those like myself who tried to read the novels and for some reason just couldn't get into them You don't have to miss out on the fun just grab your parasol and your skirts and embrace the chaos Condemned by society and her werewolf husband due to a pregnancy she cannot explain Alexia Maccon preternatural tea aficionado seeks an explanation for this infant inconvenience so as to cleanse her sullied reputation and prove her fool of a husband wrong Preternaturals are a rare breed and the only history of their kind lies in Italy with the Templars a group that once partnered with preternaturals to hunt down werewolves and vampires Will Alexia find an explanation for her impossible offspring Or do the Templars have other plans for the curious Soulless One

About the Author: 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 and the Finishing School series 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 for sneak peaks of upcoming gigg

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