This is another story set in the troll world, but with a different tribe (um–tribe is probably the wrong word for describing the different troll cultures, but I can’t remember the correct terminology, so just roll with it).
The main character in this series is a scrappy underdog, and I really enjoyed how she sticks to what she thinks and believes. She is also brutally honest, which sometimes results in some hurt feelings, but it makes her a fascinating character.
This story shares a lot more information about the wider world of the trolls, which I really loved.
Book 247 read in 2018
These book are so easy to consume, and I also enjoyed this one. It did feel a bit more all over the place than the first book, but not necessarily in a bad way. I think the plot is just a bit more random for this story, though I almost didn’t notice, as I enjoyed the characters so much.
When you read all 3 books back to back, it’s a bit difficult to think of them as separate books, rather than one really long story. If you asked me to tell you at what point book one ends and book two begins, I couldn’t.
Overall, I’m still enjoying this. I went straight on to book 3, and the audiobooks are excellent.
Book 248 Read in 2018
I’m going to miss this world.
Lots of death and chaos in this one. The end felt a bit abrupt to me, but it’s reasonably thorough, which means it was probably just me.
Book 249 read in 2018