Finished this one up today.
I enjoyed it. I’ve had a growing fascination with Russian history lately & this one hit the spot.
As brash as Nina was, she was a full bodied character & her particular story was the most interesting for me.
It was Ana’s story that felt a little more watered down, IMO. And given the length of the novel, I felt like more meat could have been given to her motivations so 1) we could truly see The Huntress in her 2) we could feel the enormity of her being brought to justice. Sure, your imagination & moral compass could have filled in the gaps but it felt too superficial for me. We could have probably had less Garret & Jordan and more underhanded Ana.
But overall, enjoyable read! I’m enjoying Kate Quinn a lot lately.