In this episode, Diane and her select company of nobles leave the City for the annual visit to the Tremontaine hunting lodge in the country. But despite the wild surroundings, some things about the nobility never change… Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
In this episode, Kaab finally discovers the identity of her elusive spy, while a gathering of friends turns into a troubling – and eye-opening? – experience for Micah. I am feeling all kinds of new feelings after this episode! Let’s discuss Tremontaine. (With spoilers!)
In this episode, we see tensions heightening, as our three ‘queens’ continue navigating their way through their latest troublesome situations. Let’s discuss Tremontaine. (With spoilers!)
In this episode, politics brings out interesting sides to everyone, but I almost don’t care about that because SOMEBODY FRIGHTENED MICAH. Let’s discuss Tremontaine, while I sharpen this knife.
Bit of an oops today, because I realised I completely forgot to do a recap post last month. But with this month’s completed reading having been a bit … minimal, I suppose that means I’ve got more to add in catch-up mode! Let’s take a look back…
In this episode, one deadly problem is solved, while another arises elsewhere. And in the midst of it all, a certain relationship blossoms in perhaps unexpected (but certainly not unwelcome) ways for Diane. Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
In this episode, we get to see the damage done (quite literally) as Reza finally discovers what happened to Vincent. This is the first of Tessa Gratton’s Season 3 episodes, and as I’ve come to expect, it punched me hard in the feels… Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
It’s back! Season 3 of my favouritest serial from Serial Box picks up more or less where the end of Season 2 left off, and it looks like chaos is set to take over… Let’s discuss Tremontaine. Note: All of these reviews will be spoilerific. You have been warned.
In the final episode of this season, everything is indeed coming apart. But who’ll pick up what from all the pieces? Let’s discuss Tremontaine.
Dragons, mad queens, political intrigue, and … lumberjacks? It’s time to recap what I read/wrote about in January!