Gail Carriger currently has three book series, all set in her whimsical steampunk meets urbane fantasy vision of the Victorian past. She has several short stories, one set in the work of the Parasol Protectorate.
- The Parasol Protectorate Series
- The Custard Protocol Series
- The Finishing School Series
- Short Writings & Other Frivolities
Gail Carriger's Series
Gail Carriger currently has three book series, all set in her steampunk meets urbane fantasy vision of the Victorian past.
The Finishing School Series (1850s Young Adult)
In this whimsical young adult series, Sophronia is secretly recruited to a finishing academy located in a giant caterpillar-like dirigible in which young ladies are taught to . . . finish . . . everything . . . and everyone . . . as needed.
The Finishing School series is set in the same world as the Parasol Protectorate, only 22 years earlier, and features a finishing academy located in a giant caterpillar-like dirigible floating over Dartmoor in which young ladies are taught to . . . finish . . . everything . . . and everyone . . . as needed. There is steampunk etiquette! There is well-dressed espionage!
The Parasol Protectorate Series (1870s)
Beginning with Soulless, this popular five books series chronicles the exploits of Alexia Tarabotti, a lady of considerable assets including a large Scottish werewolf, a battle-parasol, gossip, and treacle tart tenancies. Oh yes, and she has no soul.
The Parasol Protectorate books have been translated into over a dozen different languages, turned into graphic novels, and been optioned for TV. They have made appearences on the Mass Market, Manga, Combined Print & eBook, and eBook New York Times best seller lists.
The Custard Protocol Series (1890s Ongoing)
The British Empire is deflating, only Rue and her marauding team of outrageous miscreants in their high-tech dirigible, the Spotted Custard, are left charging about trying to fix things, loudly and mainly with tea.
Beginning with Prudence, this series features a marauding team of miscreants in a high tech dirigible charging about fixing things, loudly and mainly with tea. This series explores the wider ramifications of a steampunk British Empire, not only how technology is different but how vampires and werewolves have evolved differently all over the world.