If you just finished season 2 of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone, you might be thinking to yourself, Holy shitballs, that was a LOT.
And it was, indeed, a lot! Unlike the first season, which mainly covered events from the first book of Leigh Bardugo’s fantasy trilogy, the second season finishes up the trilogy and adds some extra plotlines for the other characters.
In order to cover all that ground, some plot points have been dropped, others skimmed over, and some reconfigured for screen.
Any adaptation of a book won’t be entirely faithful to the page. But when it comes to Shadow and Bone, that ending was a wild departure from what happened in the books. [Ed.Read more on polygon.com