The first bit of news out of Geeked Week might have been the best news for a shitty Monday but Shadow and Bone is getting a second season! Jasper’s going to get his demo expert […]
If the unnamed HBO abomination taught me anything it’s that I am a character person at least with the stories I connect whole heartedly to so for me a great adaptation has to get the character right.
Not the look of the character either because everyone will see that differently but the spirit and oh my gosh Shadow and Bone did such a good job with that. It was beautiful.
The damned show even made me like Mal.
So at the end of King of Scars (the first book in this duology) Leigh Bardugo made a decision that left me very, very torn and I thought I’d have to read the second in order to see if she justifies it.
And well it’s read.
And I’m still torn.
SPOILERS FOR KING OF SCARS BELOW!!!
So I put off writing anything about this book because of the ending but now with the sequel (Rules of Wolves) coming out Tuesday I think I can talk about that ending and the fact that while I loved the whole book…
I think it might have killed it for me.
SPOILERS BELOW OBVIOUSLY!
King of Scars
By: Leigh Bardugo
King of Scars was in my top three most anticipated books of 2019 and it didn’t let me down! Though that ending…
Just a warning there are spoilers in here for the Shadow and Bone trilogy and for Six of Crows (especially in terms of fatalities in those books.) So if you were planning on reading them and don’t want to be spoiled don’t read this.
I also think you probably should read, at least the Shadow and Bone books, if you want to to get the full feeling of King of Scars.