Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Mini Review: The Too-Clever Fox by Leigh Bardugo
The Too-Clever Fox is told from the point of view of a fox named Koja. And oh. I really loved reading about him. It isn't such a long story, yet we do get to know enough. We get to know about Koja's life, from he was born and until now. It was pretty interesting to read about. Not saying more than that :)
We get to know a lot of things in this short story. Mostly just about the animals living in this forest in the world of Ravka. Which I loved. Because there are a lot of amazing creatures there. Like Ivan Gostov the bear. And Lula the nightingale. They were both awesome to read about. Sigh. Everything was amazing to read about. And while I loved every part of this story, I still wished it had been longer. Even though it is told from the point of view of a fox. But that just made me love it more and made me want even more. But I also felt like I got to know enough :)
Won't say much about the plot in this book. Just that there is a hunter. And that it's kind of creepy. And that I loved it and wished it had been even more creepy. We get to read a bit about this guy called Jurek and his sister Sofiya. They were a bit scary. But really interesting to read about, so I loved that a lot. Not much more to say about this short story. Just that I loved it so much. It's amazing. I loved the ending too. Although it was a bit shocking and a lot of heartbreaking. Sigh. It was just so good.
You should all know by now that I adore and love Leigh Bardugo. And everything she has written. And all the editions of her books. And all the jewelry based on her books. If you are curious about my collection, you should just search for Leigh Bardugo at the top my blog where there is a blogger search box, cause it searches all of my blog. Anyway. I'm dying to read the third book, Ruin and Rising :D And hoping for many more short stories by Leigh. <3 I just cannot wait to read it all. Sigh. Now, go read this :D