The follow-up to Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City: which is a really good book. If you haven’t read that already then you really should before embarking upon this quest as this follows immediately on from that story.
And, seriously, once you’ve read and totally enjoyed Sixteen Ways to Defend a Walled City you’ll be very pleased to know that this is just as good as that was. K.J. is as brilliantly absurd in his story telling in this as the previous book.
Yes, the siege is still going on and nothing much has changed but, instead of our story being told by a disgruntled military engineer, we’re now treated to a story told by a disgruntled playwright who does some acting on the side — who is obviously much better at telling stories and also pretending to be people who he isn’t: now what could be better than that, eh?
So if you haven’t tried K.J.’s writing yet, these two books are a great place to begin. You’d have to be a proper grump not to enjoy them.