Aug 162022

The New York Times: It’s so rare to love every single book in a trilogy, to admire the aim, precision and storytelling stamina of an author this much. The fatal flaws of trilogies are plentiful: an explosive but overpromising beginning, a sagging middle, an insufficient end; characters whose arcs aren’t sustained; dropped threads, rushed acts. There’s none of that here — just the sense of a careful, experienced hand at the rudder, navigating the story home.