Hello my darling Gentle Reader!
By far one of my most frequently asked questions is:
In what order do the Parasolverse stories take place?
This is a really hard question answer because I am always adding new ones, and they often fit in around one another. So I can’t really do a perennial post here on the blog, which is, by it’s nature temporally, finite.
But Imma try!
The following list is current as of 2020.
If you want the MOST updated list of Gail’s Parasolverse books then you MUST VISIT THE WIKIA. Sorry but, frankly, that is what the wikia is for. Ya know?
|The Curious Case||1841 Spring|
|Etiquette & Espionage||1851 Fall- Winter|
|Curtsies & Conspiracies||1852 March|
|Waistcoats & Weaponry||1853 February|
|Manners & Mutiny||1853 December|
|Poison or Protect||1867 Spring|
|Defy or Defend||1869 Spring|
|Meat Cute||1872 Spring|
|Heartless||1874 July – August|
|Romancing the Inventor||1878 Summer|
|Romancing the Werewolf||1895 December|
|How to Marry a Werewolf||1896 April|
|San Andreas Shifters||Post Supersaturation|
|Tinkered Stars||MUCH Later|
What About Reading Order?
Now reading order is a different matter and is hotly contested by my fans. As a completest I myself would read them in chronological order. However, most of the members of the Parasolverse Facebook Group contend they ought to be read in order written.
Which, as of now is loosely…
- Parasol Protectorate
- Finishing School
- Delightfully Deadly
- Custard Protocol
- Supernatural Society
- Claw & Courtship
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Coop de Book: Gail’s monthly read along for November 2018 was Romancing the Werewolf.
Romancing the Werewolf ~ A Supernatural Society Novella by Gail Carriger is now available (audio will follow).
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