The Winner’s Crime – Winner’s Trilogy Book 2

The Winner’s Crime is a children’s science fiction book in the Winner’s Trilogy series by author Marie Rutkoski. A royal wedding is what most girls dream of. This is celebration after celebration: balls, fireworks, and fun until dawn. But for Kestrel lives in a cage of her own making. As the wedding nears, she is heartbroken to tell Arin the truth about her engagement: she agrees to marry the crown prince in exchange for Arin’s freedom. But can Kestrel trust Arin? Can she trust herself? For Kestrel became very good at deception. She is a spy in the court. If caught, she is exposed as a traitor to her country. However, she can’t help but find a way to change her ruthless world… and she’s about to uncover a shocking secret.

The follow-up to the Curse of the Winner shows the high cost of dangerous lies and unreliable alliances. When it happens, Kestrel and Arin will learn what their crimes will cost.

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01- Kestrel is an attractive girl. She’s as sharp and greedy as ever. We’re with her as she learns more about her own morals and priorities, being a steadfast Gray character. She’s not perfect, but her strategic mind is the only thing that keeps the pieces on the board on track.

When she makes a mistake, of course she does it mostly out of desperation or to correct someone else’s mistake, usually Arin’s. She may always be on the side of aristocrats, but tends to make the worst decisions. Kestrel had to correct, and the boy didn’t understand any of her signals. Your typical hero with a complex hero, jumps without thinking things through.

02- The second book in the series spends most of the time reminiscing and recounting what happened in the first book. I like the different dynamics within the empire, and between Kestral and Arin. With miscommunication between Kestral and Arin! Pretty much the whole of this book wouldn’t have happened if they just talked about their problems. The compelling story and twists of the political agenda are gripping.

03- The Victor’s crimes begin right where we left off in the Curse of the Winners, Kestrel bargained with the emperor to marry his son in exchange for the freedom of Arin and his people me, Herrani. Kestrel continued to appear and push Arin away from her before the emperor, or anyone else, questioned her whereabouts.

Every moment between Kestrel and Arin is bittersweet and you want them to be together but too many people and circumstances keep them apart. The whole time I read the book, I didn’t know what was going to happen and how the book would end.

04- This is a transition book. Not as interesting and refreshing as the first part. The second book often has conflict thrown into the romance. This happened in The Winner’s Crime and made me completely lose interest in romance. Maybe there was a bit of a conflict there.

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