This was gorgeously written, in a way that I just fell in love with all that was in here.
The writing was in multiple points, and of any kinds and sorts. I really liked how perfect it seemed. I really understood Konstantin and his motives, no matter how much it churns me. And Anna, and I just so desperately wished she will eventually just disappear. If anything they were complex but really easy to hate. In a way that I just wished they will drop off a cliff. To me, that was the most perfect kind of book I know. If I hate the villains despite them being so well fleshed out and indeed flawed, well this book is perfect.
I liked how brave Vasya was here. She never seemed to falter. Although I will have preferred if the story just focused a lot more on her. But it is also mostly negligible to the kind of entertainment I got from this book. The way Vasya never failed to go to the route that she saw as hers. I enjoyed it as much as possible.
As for the ending, I really liked it so much. It suited Vasya given her entire character. That she will never consider marriage to be her option.
I just like how the story was told so lyrically, yet at the same time told a dark tale. It indeed, is worth my money for it.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5