The sequel to Shadow and Bone is a much more interesting piece. The actions are better, the characters are more likeable, and the villain is those type of guys that you would love to hate.
Siege and Storm starts a little stronger than the previous entry and it keeps snowballing till the end. The downside is a very enjoyable tale, but sadly quite forgettable. Sure there are a lot of exciting stuffs happening in this book, but at the end of it, you only get vague images of what is going on.
The story focuses more on the development of the war happening in the country, and it is written beautifully as a deeply disturbing thing. Even though the characters are all... See More