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Siege and Storm: The Grisha Trilogy, Book 2

By Julie A. Carlson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Shadow and Bone sequel steps up love triangle.

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age 10+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 10+

For kids at the age of 10 and Up.

It's pretty gud I'd say and U can read it I think it's okay for kids 10 or up is okay to read yea...
age 10+

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (7 ):

Author Leigh Bardugo brings readers into a magical and fantastical world filled with adventurous scenes, thrilling romance, courageous characters, dastardly villains, and vicious monsters. Bardugo's writing is solid and original, and from the first moment to the last, readers will be swept away. A new mysterious male character enters the picture, leaving Alina wondering who she really loves. Unfortunately, the enigmatic Darkling who tore down Alina's walls in Shadow and Bone is physically missing for the majority of the novel. However, there's much to swoon over in this novel ,and it will definitely leave readers anxiously awaiting Book 3 and forming alliances: Team Mal,Team Darkling, or Team New Guy?

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