The Winner's Crime
Publish date: March 3rd 2015
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Winner's Trilogy (#2)
Truly a worthy conclusion to an incredible tale that starts with a whisper and ends with savage and raw poetry. What I found unique and masterful about this tale is the seamless incorporation of two points of view, with the story alternating mid-moment from one treasured narrator to the other. The b...
I was very happy to find that The Winner's Crime does not suffer from that middle book slump that a lot of second books in trilogies suffer from. The best way to describe The Winner's Crime would be frustratingly good. Frustrating because I wanted to slap some sense into both Kestrel and Arin at tim...
Disclaimer! I was granted an ARC of this book through NetGalley in return for a fair and objective review. The book is available now. This review will contain some spoilers for The Winner's Curse. I will try to be vague, but it's pretty much impossible to review this without mentioning some of th...
I am completely in awe of this book and series at large so far. This book definitely cemented this as one of my favorite series, as long as the last book is not a complete catastro-fuck (I'm looking at you, Allegiant). I loved this book so much. It was so consistent with the first book in terms of...
Ah, The Winner’s Curse probably one of the most over hyped books in 2014 and I’ll admit it was good. In the world of cliche high fantasy, it stood out. The world building was fantastic and the ship was palatable and longing worthy. The world building was still fantastic in the sequel, but did n...
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