Bound by Mark Lawrence | Book Review

June 20th – 21st

Bound is a short story which takes place in the Book of the Ancestor series by Mark Lawrence between the events of the second and third books. I read online that it’s best to go into the third book having read this, and now I can definitely see why.

Following the events of Grey Sister, this short story goes deeper into the relationship between Ara and Nona, as well as Nona and Regol. To be completely honest, this love triangle that’s being developed is my least favorite part of the series, so I was a little disappointed that the story has more to do with that than anything.

What was interesting to me is the setting of this. Like in the second book, Nona has a thread bond which is explored in this story, which I enjoyed. I liked the progression of the bond, and I’m interested in where that will go in Holy Sister. Kettle, as per usual, is fantastic and the voice of reason in every situation. I wished that this was a little bit longer, but what I’m really wishing for is to read Holy Sister, which I’ll be starting soon.


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