Review- Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger

Manners & Mutiny (Finishing School, #4)Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Overall Rating 5 Stars

-Book Description: 5

-Cover: 5

-Plot: 5

-Creativity: 5

-Grammar: 5

-Simile Use: 5 (minimal usage)

-Description: 5 (used perfectly)

-Show And Tell Balance: 5

The final novel in the Finishing School series is a topping one for sure. Not only are we served with a beautiful cover and intriguing description, but the entire novel is as fun as the rest. Keeping with the movement and maturing of the characters, the novel holds a more serious tone, but still has humor to balance it out. We’re treated to a journey that starts with Ria seeing trouble and getting herself in trouble, per usual. This time the plot is thickened with Picklemen and we’re not quite sure where things are going. Ria and her friends are joined by newly established werewolf, Soap, and Vieve as the evil genius boy girl as a new level of accomplice. The plot thickens as things start to spiral out of control and we get to see all of Ria and her team at their best. The novel ends with a satisfying conclusion and let’s us know where all our favorite characters are. Plus, it ends with a kiss– every good series should end with one of those. Overall, this series was a treat of espionage, humor and most of all the inspiring growth of all characters involved.

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