Siege and Storm (The Grisha, #2)
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Pages no: 448
After the ending of Shadow and Bone, I was hooked and anxious to go right into the sequel, so I was glad that it was out (and glad I had a Kindle, as I could download it immediately)! For the most part, I found that Siege and Storm was better than its predecessor, but not always.Siege and Storm begi...
Nose Graze — Young Adult book reviewsMy feelings for Siege and Storm are so conflicting. I certainly enjoyed parts of the book, but I think Siege and Storm suffers from Second Book Syndrome a little bit.The biggest problems in Siege and Storm are the relationship issues. I thought Mal was such a s...
Stupid GR ate my review.... Will rewrite later when I have time. Short version: great beginning and end. Middle dragged a bit. Can't wait for the next book (a year? really? arrgh). Love this series, though.
Excellent second book in the series. Additional phenomenal world-building, and introduction of new characters. Really happy to be surprised as things happen, instead of figuring them out ahead of time. One small quibble, and any Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans will probably know what I am talking abou...