Review – The Too-Clever Fox

The Too-Clever Fox

by Leigh Bardugo


In Ravka, just because you avoid one trap, it doesn’t mean you’ll escape the next. The cleverest fox in the forest is charged with stopping Ravka’s most perilous hunter to save the forest and its inhabitants.


An interesting little companion folktale to the Grishaverse with a moral at the centre of it as should be expected of any fable. Bit of an Aesop-esque vibe, I’d say.

This book caught my eye courtesy of its amazing cover. A nice little read. Would recommend to any fans of Bardugo’s – and even those who have never read one of her books before. You will love the clever little Koja.

I read this because of Six of Crows, initially. But I’m glad I did. It doesn’t necessarily enhance anything for you in the Grishaverse, just acts as a fun little side tale if you’re interested in the Grishaverse’s storiesΒ and such. And can I just say again… that cover though. Look at it.



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