When she finds a doorway to a world founded on logic and reason, riddles and lies, she thinks she's found her paradise. Alas, everything costs at the goblin market, and when her time there is drawing to a close, she makes the kind of bargain that never plays out well.
This story was haunting, atmospheric, and, like the previous books, a touch bittersweet. Lundy's “world”, the goblin market, was such an interesting place. A place where everything must be fair and the rules are the rules, no exceptions are made for breaking them.
I'm pretty sure this book works as a standalone, but I'd still recommend reading at least the first one before picking this one up.
What an enchanting adventure! I'm excited for more in this series.