Soulless - Gail Carriger, Gail Carriger This was a delightful read; I found the plot engaging and the worldbuilding intriguing. The only reason I gave the book four out of five stars was the head-hopping. The point of view didn't even read like true omniscient for me, and so at times I had a hard time relating to a character because I felt as if I didn't stay in any one viewpoint character's head long enough to form a real attachment. However, as head-hopping is usually a DNF for me, and I still gave the book four stars, obviously the book's other strengths were enough for me to overlook this technical weakness.