Bittersweet. That’s what it was. I’m actually moping to see the journey that started in Six of Crows end in Crooked Kingdom. Leigh Bardugo’s meticulously crafted world and her characters have weaseled their way into my heart, and I feel it extremely hard to let go.
This was so good! Thoroughly enjoyable and deeply nostalgic, I savoured every moment of the script, although watching the play would have been a much more incredible experience that would've made up for some of the blandness of a script. But alas! You cannot have it all.
“Plots beyond plots, plans beyond plans. There was always another secret”
An epic read, Brandon Sanderson gives you an exhilarating piece of fantasy. It’s a high that you might not ever get over. I don’t think I will.