Princess of the Silver Woods by Jessica Day George ~ Review

My Review:

A satisfying conclusion to a thrilling fairy tale trilogy.

This book exceeded my expectations as the third and final book in this fantastic fairy tale series. It picks up the threads of the original tale and knits them into a brand new follow up, blending new characters, and familiar favorites, in this Red Ring Hood and Twelve Dancing Princesses mash-up that hits all the right notes.

Petunia is a brave young woman, who has already faced unimaginable danger from the time she was barely able to walk. I liked how she took initiative, and is constantly thinking ahead, though she does have her weaknesses as well.

Oliver and his family is a wonderful addition to this world, he is a courageous leader, and I love his strong sense of loyalty.

I loved how this book brought back all of the sisters and their husbands, especially Galen and Rose, as well bringing back the dangers from the very first book in a fresh, credible new way, adding more to the depth of the Westfalian lore and history. All in all it was a very quick, but satisfying read. And I loved how it kind of came full circle in a way, to the first story that started it all. Plus, as a fellow knitter and crocheter,  I couldn't help but love the bone thrown to needle-crafters! Definitely recommend!

I received a complimentary ecopy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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