Custard Protocol
Books in series2
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(4.4 based on 127 ratings)
  • 1
    Prudence: Book One of The Custard Protocol | Gail Carriger

    Prudence: Book One of The Custard Protocol

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Gail Carriger
    • Narrated By Moira Quirk
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (70)
    Performance
    (64)
    Story
    (65)

    On behalf of queen, country...and the perfect pot of tea. When Prudence Alessandra Maccon Akeldama (Rue to her friends) is given an unexpected dirigible, she does what any sensible female would under similar circumstances - names it the Spotted Crumpet and floats to India in pursuit of the perfect cup of tea. But India has more than just tea on offer. Rue stumbles upon a plot involving local dissidents, a kidnapped brigadier's wife, and some awfully familiar Scottish werewolves.

    Good, but a little disappointing

    I really wanted to love this book as I adored The Parasol Protectorate series, however I was left disappointed. The story was a little dull and was fi..Show More »

    Reviewed on 07 April 2015 by L ()
  • 2
    Imprudence: Book Two of The Custard Protocol | Gail Carriger

    Imprudence: Book Two of The Custard Protocol

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By Gail Carriger
    • Narrated By Moira Quirk
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (57)
    Performance
    (52)
    Story
    (52)

    From New York Times best-selling 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.

    good continuation

    if you enjoy the other Gail Carriger bond, then you will enjoy this. those not familiar with the parasol protectorate series may struggle to understan..Show More »

    Reviewed on 27 August 2016 by Mathias (United Kingdom)