“A heady blend of fantasy, romance, and adventure.”
I read Siege and Storm almost immediately after finishing the first book, Shadow and Bone and it turned out to be as exciting and unputdownable as the first of the Grisha Trilogy. Book 1 saw Alina and Mal disappear into the Fold, which has now grown thanks to the Darkling’s wickedness.
There’s some real relationship growing in this book and you find out some of the background of the characters. The same pace is continued from book one and there’s barely an action free moment, making it easy to read and hard to put down!
Mal and Alina can’t stay hidden forever and we see lots of new characters in Siege and Storm, plus many returning from Shadow and Bone.