The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy)
Publish date: 2015-03-03
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, High Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Young Adult Romance
Right after completing this book I immediately read the final book in the trilogy. I am not entertained by watching players at chess, yet the hero and heroine hold pieces that contain their heart and soul. The Winner's Crime is a thrilling high peak in this trilogy!
Quick review for a quick read. So. Many. Tense. Misunderstandings. Even manipulations? Either way you look at it, "The Winner's Crime" was intriguingly done in places with the back and forth tension. As engaging as it was in places, however, it felt like the book sagged in places more than it should...
Well, shit just got real. Lots of games, twists, intrigue. Lots of scheming, of sneaking around. Not really a lot of fighting action, but I was very interested nonetheless. I find the writing to be gorgeous. I can't even explain, I just adore it. Kestrel is so fucking awesome. She's clever, ruthless...
Spoiler Rating: ALL THE SPOILERS, BEWARE Dearest Ashers, I’d told you a couple weeks ago that, although The Winner’s Curse wasn’t particularly good, I had hopes for the remainder of Marie Rutkoski’s The Winner’s Trilogy. And yes, The Winner’s Crime is in some ways an improvement on The Winner’...
Since this is a sequel this is going to have spoilers for book one. Also this has some things that border on spoiler territory so precede with caution. Book two of the Winner's follows Kestral around the Capital dealing with being engaged to Verex. This book is painful and heart wrenching but i...