An impressive sequel to an excellent debut, Blood of Assassins draws upon the compelling character development of Girton Club-Foot to underscore a storyline which is at once engaging and unpredictable.
Rating: 4/5 stars
I’m still digging this series, though I didn’t enjoy this volume quite as much as those preceding it.
All of the stars in the sky for my favorite book.
There are very few books that combine both plot and prose in a way that burrows into my soul and becomes part of me. This book is one of those few.
Rating: 3/5 stars (for the art, mainly)
The art is absolutely lovely. The premise, intriguing. The execution, however, leaves much to be desired.