What books do you need to read to understand Shadow and Bone?

To sum it up, the recommended order is: Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, Ruin and Rising, then Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom, then King of Scars and Rule of Wolves, and, lastly, The Language of Thorns and The Lives of Saints for anyone who wants to explore further.

Do I have to read anything before Shadow and Bone?

Not at all! It may help with understanding a few things mentioned in the duology but other than that, it doesn’t matter. I also read Six of Crows before I read Shadow and Bone.

Is Shadow and Bone based on books?

The TV show is actually based on two Bardugo book series. – The series title is taken from the first book in the author’s main Grishaverse trilogy, also titled Shadow and Bone, published in 2011 (the other two books are 2013’s Siege and Storm and 2014’s Ruin and Rising).

Can I watch Shadow and Bone without reading Siege and Storm?

Shadow and Bone is the highly-anticipated adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy and many might be wondering whether you need to read the Grishaverse before watching the Netflix series. The good news is, based on everything we’ve seen and heard, you don’t need to read the books at all before diving in!

What book should I read after watching Shadow and Bone?

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black – If you are looking for more Darkling (AKA General Kirigan) characters, this is a perfect book to read after finishing Shadow and Bone. Jude is only seven years old when the fae kill her parents and kidnap her and her sisters.

Is Shadow and Bone good for adults?

Is Shadow and Bone for adults? The Shadow and Bone book trilogy is young adult fantasy that is generally recommended for ages 12 and up.


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