While Greta works on her smithing skills and trying to care for the grieving tea dragon Ginseng, Minette struggles to find her place in her faith after leaving the monastery.
I’m almost mad at this book for being so light-hearted, sweet, and simple while the real world continues to be a dumpster fire of disappointment. As with the previous books, it’s beautiful soothing, and just a pleasure on the eyes to read. If you’ve been on this blog long enough, you know I love me some horror, gore, and dark fantasy; but books like this are a sweet treat after such bitter pills. If you like this series, this is a worthy addition. 4.8 out of 5.