Waistcoats & Weaponry

Waistcoats & Weaponry

Book - 2014
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In her alternate England of 1851, while taking her friend Sidheag by train to her werewolf pack in Scotland, sixteen-year-old Sophronia uncovers a plot that threatens to dissolve all of London into chaos and must decide where her loyalties lie once and for all.
Publisher: New York ;, Boston :, Little, Brown and Company,, 2014.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780316190251
9780316190275
Branch Call Number: YA CARR
Characteristics: 298 pages ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Waistcoats and weaponry

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kirstd31 Feb 01, 2016

The narrator was great! The story is good. Is your basic supernatural adventure book with a group of female spies added in.

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mvkramer Sep 24, 2015

Sadly, not much happens in this volume. In fact, I almost quit reading more than once. Glad I stuck with it, because a lot of important and interesting development happens in about the last quarter of the book. Now I'm really interested in where the last volume will take Sophronia and Soap.


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kathleen_DCL Sep 27, 2017

A fun Steam Punk book that is funny and thoroughly enjoyable.

sarahbru17 Aug 11, 2017

Characters: 9/10
Plot: 8/10
Writing: 9/10
Audio: 10/10
It felt strange, getting away from Mademoiselle Geraldine's for a while (in the same way that it felt strange to leave Hogwarts in HP7). It was good seeing how these characters interacted with a non-school environment. Characters continued to develop in realistic and surprising ways, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait for the finale!

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marthabwaters
May 21, 2017

I love when series continue to improve as they go on, and that is certainly proving to be the case with this one. If you like: Victorian fashion, werewolves, vampires, floating finishing schools, and/or romantic subplots, this is the series for you – and this might have been my favorite installment yet. It’s exceptionally readable and extremely funny, and I’m honestly sad there’s only one book left with Sophronia & co. So good!

PinesandPrejudice Nov 30, 2016

This is clearly my favorite of the series so far. I don't know if it's because they are older, or if because we figure out more of the mystery or if it's because it wasn't set in the school...I don't really care. I am actually looking forward to the next book now and can't wait to see how this series ends.

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SashaE
Feb 28, 2016

This was definitely my favorite of all the books of this series, I even cried at one part! It was funny, Scary, And Smart! I loved this book! Vampires and werewolves! Loved it!

kirstd31 Feb 01, 2016

The narrator was great! The story is good. Is your basic supernatural adventure book with a group of female spies added in.

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amalyndb
Jan 26, 2016

This, the third of four books, picks up from the previous two. Wherein vampires and their hives were a focus in the second book (Curtsies & Conspiracies), werewolves are the focus here. The books have some really interesting worldbuilding going on, with vampires, werewolves arrayed against one another, as well as against the Picklemen - technomancers who oppose the supernatural.

Borrowing a train, injuries, and a werewolf metamorphosis, this was very enjoyable to read.

mvkramer Sep 24, 2015

Sadly, not much happens in this volume. In fact, I almost quit reading more than once. Glad I stuck with it, because a lot of important and interesting development happens in about the last quarter of the book. Now I'm really interested in where the last volume will take Sophronia and Soap.

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lololibby
Jun 20, 2015

I loved this book. I wish that it had taken less time to come out though. Sorry for all of those out there who love Soap, but, I'm still forever and always on Team Felix.

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TinaBlack
May 06, 2015

Need a way to check ebooks back in on the summary page!

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