The Custard Protocol Series by Gail Carriger

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  • Prudence (The Custard Protocol #1)
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    Prudence (The Custard Protocol #1)

    Gail Carriger

    · 20 ratings · published 2015

    From New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger comes a new novel in the world of the Parasol Protectorate starring Prudence, the daughter of Alexia Tarabotti. 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 Custard and floats to India in pursuit of the perfect cup of tea. But India has more than just tea on offer... more

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  • Imprudence (The Custard Protocol #2)
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    Imprudence (The Custard Protocol #2)

    Gail Carriger

    · 14 ratings · published 201

    A place holder for a planned upcoming book, to be the second in a new series (the first is "Prudence). Publication date unknown.

  • Competence (The Custard Protocol #3)
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    Competence (The Custard Protocol #3)

    Gail Carriger

    · 14 ratings · published 2018

    From New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger comes the delightful sequel to Imprudence. Accidentally abandoned! All alone in Singapore, proper Miss Primrose Tunstell must steal helium to save her airship, the Spotted Custard , in a scheme involving a lovesick werecat and a fake fish tail. When she uncovers rumors of a new kind of vampire, Prim and the Custard crew embark on a mission to Peru... more

  • Reticence (The Custard Protocol #4)
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    Reticence (The Custard Protocol #4)

    Gail Carriger

    · 16 ratings · published 2019

    Bookish and proper Percival Tunstell finds himself out of his depth when floating cities, spirited plumbing, and soggy biscuits collide in this delightful conclusion to NYT bestselling author Gail Carriger's Custard Protocol series.Percival Tunstell loves that his sister and her best friend are building themselves a family of misfits aboard their airship, the Spotted Custard. Of course, he'd never admit that he belongs among them... more

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