My Sister's Song

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
The warrior Mithra must repel a Roman legion alone and armed only with a very peculiar weapon. To protect her lands and her tribe, Mithra comes up with a sticky solution to an impossible problem. Written in 1998, this short story was New York Times Bestselling author Gail Carriger’s first professional sale.

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About Gail Carriger

New York Times Bestselling author Gail Carriger writes to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon. She escaped small town life and inadvertently acquired several degrees in Higher Learning. Ms. Carriger then traveled the historic cities of Europe, subsisting entirely on biscuits secreted in her handbag. She resides in the Colonies, surrounded by fantastic shoes, where she insists on tea imported from London. She is fond of teeny tiny hats and tropical fruit.

The Parasol Protectorate books are: Soulless, Changeless, Blameless, Heartless, and Timeless. The Custard Protocol books are Prudence (coming March 2015) and Imprudence (2016). Her young adult Finishing School books are: Etiquette & Espionage, Curtsies & Conspiracies, Waistcoats & Weaponry, Manners & Mutiny (out Nov. 2015).

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Review by: everstone on Oct. 11, 2013 :
I liked the historical elements to this short story and the inventive solution which the protagonist came up with to protect her people and her lands. It was also interesting to read Gail Carriger's first professional sale and reflect on how her writing style has evolved and how her short form differs to her long form.
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Review by: Huien on March 23, 2012 :
As a parasol protectorate fan who devoured each of the books in an hour rather than days, I was looking forward to immersing myself in another historical fantasy. This didn't really do it for me, but it's a short feel-good story that is well-written and should appeal to those who only have minutes to spare.
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Review by: Sally Edwards on Nov. 02, 2011 : (no rating)
I loved this. Gail Carriger's writing is fabulous in any context and this historical fantasy was a great little tale that passed a bit of time I had to spare in a very entertaining way.
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Review by: Denise Cicuto on Sep. 26, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this. It's the first short story by Gail Carriger that I'd ever read. I was fascinated by the historical context so I had to look it up after reading the story. The way Carriger tells it is better.
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Review by: Tsana Dolichva on Sep. 24, 2011 :
I liked it. Interesting depiction of one of the civilisations that came up against the Romans. Centurions, slim odds for the underdogs, what's not to like?

Fair warning: this is nothing like the Parasol Protectorate books, so don't expect it to be.
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