I admit to being a sentimental puppy sometimes, so I loved this “tie up the ends” piece from Andrea Höst. It’s set after the end of Caszandra and does exactly what it says on the cover. it gives the readers a look at how everyone copes after the end of the trilogy and gives us a glimpse of what are mostly happy endings.
It’s fun and satisfying and I enjoyed it very much.
Of course, you need to read the actually trilogy first (I just gave a friend the first book, Stray in the hope of introducing a new convert), but if you like seeing the ends tied and all the bows looking pretty, this is a great little addition.
I think it would have been wrong at the end of the last book, but as something on its own that the reader gets to choose if they want to read or not, it’s brilliant.