Unity and compromises are what keep Alex and Eliza's new marriage together. Away from the Schuyler family and setting up a new home in the bustling state of New York, Alex and Eliza must deal with the ramifications of war and pull together to start a new chapter. It is only through being willing to look at the world through different eyes that Alex and Eliza are able to succeed beyond their wildest dreams.
de La Cruz is open about historical deviations for the sake of the narrative and does a fine job of going beyond the history books to paint Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler Hamilton as a dynamic power couple with much to learn from each other.
So much better than the first one.
We get to see Alex & Eliza go from living separately during the war, to having their own home and starting a life in New York.
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