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Siege and Storm (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy…
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Siege and Storm (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy Book 2) (2013. Auflage)

von Leigh Bardugo (Autor)

Reihen: Grishaverse Series (2), Grischa (2)

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Hunted across the True Sea and haunted by the lives she took on the Fold, Alina must try to make a life with Mal in an unfamiliar land, all while keeping her identity as the Sun Summoner a secret.
Titel:Siege and Storm (The Shadow and Bone Trilogy Book 2)
Autoren:Leigh Bardugo (Autor)
Info:Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) (2013), Edition: First, 448 pages
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When Netflix released the first season of Shadow and Bone from Leigh Bardugo, my daughter was the one who insisted I read the books first. When my daughter recommends I read a book, I take her advice, especially when this is a series she admittedly rereads as often as she can. So that is what I did.

What I discovered in Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, and Ruin and Rising was a fascinating story of magic and power, oppression and heroes. The Grisha world is amazing with all the various powers alongside the fear and anger others hold towards them. At the same time, I will admit that Alina is not my favorite character, Even Mal is more charming and has a bit more personality than Alina does. I found I wanted more of the Darkling and less of Alina’s inner angst. While he certainly is evil, I find his backstory intriguing and his desire to see the Grisha earn a better place in society perfectly acceptable. Granted, he goes about it the wrong way, but he is only trying to make the world a better place for his people. You have to admire that. ( )
  jmchshannon | Nov 28, 2021 |
Not as good as the first book, really drags at times. ( )
  fionaanne | Nov 11, 2021 |
**spoiler alert** I have two issues with this book one being that Nikolai and Alina did not end up together. I loved Nikolai more than I loved the Darkling. My second is that this book was incredibly slow. I really had to power through it. I just felt like I was reading the same situation on repeat until the last 100 or so pages of the book ( )
  Kasey.Allen | Oct 18, 2021 |
I definitely enjoyed this more than the first book so that was exciting! I'm going to admit that most of the characters I didn't love in the first book and I don't really like them any more now that I've read the second book but I do appreciate them more as interesting characters. I still don't love Mal as a love interest. I have a really hard time really liking love interest who are people that I would never date and I would never date Mal. He seems like he's very controlling of Alina and that he doesn't trust her to the point where she keeps important facts from him. He's a fine character and he clearly cares about her and I know she was in love with him for a long time but I honestly think they'd be better as friends. A lot of this book dealt with relationship drama which I really didn't like. I liked every plot point beside the relationship stuff but that stuff was so much of the book. I just really hate love triangles and you had Mal, Nikolai, and the Darkling all looking for Alina's attention. It was really frustrating since I hate all of them as love interests. Besides the relationship stuff though I did like the plot more. It is so interesting so see Alina deal with her increasing powers. I actually liked the ending a lot in this book which makes me very excited to read the third and final book. ( )
  AKBouterse | Oct 14, 2021 |
I like the idea that your beauty/health/etc. is tied to using your power - you can't keep something that essential to you repressed for so long without consequences (though the fact that it sent Alina into another self-doubt spiral about how she's not good enough for Mal was silly). And I liked the fact that the Darkling found Alina and Mal with basically no effort (he has had hundreds of years of experience on you, Alina! You think keeping low and in a cheap boarding house is good enough?) and that Alina knew she was outmatched but didn't whine about it too much.

What I hate, though, and have always hated and will always hate, is that in YA and middle grade novels, the boy is allowed experience and the pleasure of having "tumbled" other girls while the female (main characters) are so "plain" that they never catch anybody's eye other than the one guy who's had them all. Girls are allowed to be confident in their sexuality! There's nothing wrong if a girl has "tumbled" and enjoyed it just as much as her male friends! If you're going to put that specifically in your book in regards to male characters, there's nothing scandalous in regards to the same thing applying to your female ones. Aline has kissed two guys (Mal and the Darkling) and been the subject of unwanted advances, whereas Mal has been catching eyes and running around for as long as she can remember. It's almost a power difference - he knows what he wants and what he likes and how to get it, but here's Alina, waiting, pining purely for the wayword boy to settle down and she'll never know anything else.

Otherwise. I like Nikolai and the twins - complex characters with hidden and understandable motivations that determine their actions (though, again, Botkin bringing up the fact that Tamar will never marry and Marie dying - why are you so afraid to sexualize your female characters Leigh Bardugo??), and Alina's struggle with her hunger for power and her ultimate choice choice where she attempts to sacrifice herself to take down the Darkling (though I'll always be peeved when a character "in love" makes a stupid selfish decision that leaves everyone worse off). ( )
  Elna_McIntosh | Sep 29, 2021 |
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