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This is the last book in the Finishing School series.
There is no use denying it, I have been in love with this series since book one. Carriger was able to balance so many funny and charismatic characters. I loved seeing all the character growth. Soap and Agatha were probably my favorite characters (besides Sophronia) and I was so happy that they got so much attention in this last book.
Soap . . . oh my gosh . . . Soap. . .
He had me swooning and giggling all throughout this book. He finally stopped beating around the bush and let Sophronia know exactly how he felt. I can't express how much joy that brought me. Carriger wasn't afraid to talk about race and how their different class structures would effect their romance.
This is the first Victorian era book I have read that even acknowledges other races.
I am now a huge fan of Carrigers work. I can't wait to start on the next series.
I give this book an A-.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.