A Broken Queen (The Nine Realms)
Princella Cerúlia has many names and many faces, but it’s time for her to find out whom she’s supposed to be. Piecing herself back together in a recovery house after being saved by the spirits, she must help the other wards just as they help her, but she soon learns that not all scars are visible and some take longer to heal then others. With time she heals, but Cerúlia must once again determine if she has what it takes to be queen.
Unlike the first two books, A Broken Queen is much more character-driven, giving the Princella time to develop and become more than the person she was at the start of the series. Other familiar characters make a return alongside new ones; most of them are different from each other and bring their own voice to the story. The world is vast, with several countries and unique cultures. I like how Cerúlia has to travel through many of them to get home. There is heavy cussing throughout.
|Page Count||448 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|