The Queen of Sorrow: Book Three of The Queens of Renthia
The Queen of Sorrow left me feeling in awe—for being able to amaze me book after book. The political intrigue, the action, the little romance we do get, and what we’re left with is a world scary world. The gist of these books is that everything such as trees, rocks, air, all have spirits. Spirits that want to wipe out mankind as we know it. We then have Queens who have an affinity for handling and controlling these spirits when they get out of control. This whole trilogy provides powerful women and equally powerful female friendships, which is honestly what makes them all so amazing. Queen Daleina and Queen Naelin are two queens who are so completely different yet play off each other well. Everything changes the moment Queen Naelin’s children are kidnapped by the spirits. Now they must find a way to get them back safely. That’s one great thing about the trilogy; it isn’t like most. One of the heroines is a middle-aged mother who never wanted to be queen in the first place. Her children are her first and foremost priority. Now she has more than just her children to look after. If you’re looking for a high-fantasy series that has a very character-driven plot and will keep you interested and engaged, pick up these books! They’re full of magic, mayhem, and emotion. While the world seems scary, I know the Queens would be pretty amazing at keeping me safe.
|Sarah Beth Durst
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