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DescriptionAlexia Tarabotti, now Lady Maccon, awakens in the wee hours of the mid-afternoon to find her husband, who should be decently asleep like any normal werewolf, yelling at the top of his lungs. Then he disappears - leaving her to deal with a regiment of supernatural soldiers encamped on her doorstep, a plethora of exorcised ghosts, and an angry Queen Victoria. But Alexia is armed with her trusty parasol, the latest fashions and an arsenal of biting civility. Even when her investigations take her into the backwaters of ugly waistcoats, Scotland, she is prepared: upending werewolf pack dynamics as only A soulless can. She might even find time to track down her wayward husband, if she feels like it.
- Published: 01 April 2010
- Format: Paperback 400 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780316074148 ISBN 10: 0316074144
- Sales rank: 4,547
Reviews for Changeless
Changeless (audio version)
Alexia is at it again, some how trouble finds her with out any trouble. Alexia sets out to find out why everyone is changeless (her werewolf husband can not shift), this adventure takes her searching for her husband in Scotland.
Someone is trying to kill Alexia, but who, and what does it have to do with everyone in the Scotland wolf pack not being able to change. Alexia meant to go chasing after her husband alone but finds herself with a motley crew, with Mr. Tunstle, Ivy Hisslepenny, Felicia, Angelique and Madame Lefoux. (if I spelt the names wrong I am sorry but I didn't have the book for names since this was a audio)
I did like Changeless but probably not as much as I liked Soulless, and I think the reason why was there just was not enough of some of my favorite characters. I do like the introduction of Madame Lefoux, she is pretty cool. Although I dislike cliffhanger endings, I didn't find the ending to be upsetting just that it seem to take to long in getting there. I figured out whodunnit a long time before Alexia did. Also I love Lord Maccon and the ending left me very agitated at him and I didn't like that. (although I have read a lot of reviews on this book and you would like people have never read books with cliffhanger endings. I am starting to get use to them since it seems that is how authors these days think they have to keep readers interested, oh well)
Emily Gray is the narrator of the audio version and I must say she did a wonderful job. She has a pleasant voice to listen to and it was great fun listening to all the voices she was giving everybody. When it comes to audiobooks it really is all about the narrators voice and hers was lovely.
Overall I enjoyed listening to Changeless and I am very much glad that I have the next book because of the cliffhanger. If you enjoyed Soulless, I think you will enjoy Changeless but it is really a lot different than the first book. If you have never read Soulless, you must at once! :) by Stormi Johnson
Not Everyone Can Change!
Alexia, no longer a spinster or a Tarabotti, is now a Maccon, the Lady Woolsey and muhjah to the queen. When Alexia wakes one night to discover her husband missing, her front lawn overrun with werewolves and one very infuriating Major Channing Channing of the Chesterfield Channings getting in her way, she is none too happy. But more worrying then even one of Ivy's new hats is the unexplained plague of humanization affecting the supernatural community.
With her husband on his way to Scotland, Alexia soon follows suit, only not so much to track down her husband but instead to track the cause of the humanization of the supernatural community. And luckily for Alexia the most expedient method of travel is the long sort after travel by dirigible. However more and more in her investigations Alexia is realising there is much her husband has neglected to inform her off.
Changeless will bring a new challenge to the ever capable and always hungry Alexia as she goes in search of a mystery that grows more intriguing with every pot of tea. However it seems that everyone is hiding a secret, even the unsuspecting Alexia herself, and if she's not too careful she may just loose her life, not to mention her appetite, although the haggis was not too bad. But the biggest shock will come at the end of this adventure so hold tight to your parasols. by Larissa McGrathunder review