Little Knife (The Grisha #2.6) (Review)

20818790Title: Little Knife (The Grisha #2.6)
Author:  Leigh Bardugo
Genre:  Fantasy & YA
Publisher:  Tor
Release Date:  June, 2014
Format:  E-book
Acquired:  Amazon Purchase
Pages:  32

Date Finished: November 17, 2014
3 Stars

Goodreads Description

In this third Ravkan folk tale from Leigh Bardugo, a beautiful girl finds that what her father wants for her and what she wants for herself are two different things.

My Review

This folk tale relates to The Grisha trilogy in that it is set in the same world.  It does not have any of the same characters, so if you’re looking for Alina or Mal, you will be disappointed.

I didn’t like Little Knife as good as Bardugo’s first two folk tales, but it was still pretty good.  It had a wham-o ending.

I think Bardugo should seriously dedicate the majority of her writing to folk/fairy tales.  She has quite a talent for it.

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