Quintana of Charyn
The climactic conclusion of Printz Award winner Melina Marchetta’s epic fantasy trilogy!Separated from the girl he loves and has sworn to protect, Froi and his companions travel through Charyn searching for Quintana and building an army that will secure her unborn child’s right to rule. While in... show more
The climactic conclusion of Printz Award winner Melina Marchetta’s epic fantasy trilogy!Separated from the girl he loves and has sworn to protect, Froi and his companions travel through Charyn searching for Quintana and building an army that will secure her unborn child’s right to rule. While in the valley between two kingdoms, Quintana of Charyn and Isaboe of Lumatere come face-to-face in a showdown that will result in heartbreak for one and power for the other. The complex tangle of bloodlines, politics, and love introduced in Finnikin of the Rock and Froi of the Exiles coalesce into an engrossing climax in this final volume.
Publish date: April 23rd 2013
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 516
Edition language: English
Series: Lumatere Chronicles (#3)
⭐5 stars⭐Tell me what part of me is stranger to you and I'll destroy that part of me.
This was a fitting ending to the Lumatere series. I really enjoyed this series as a whole, the writing is incredible, the characters are rich and layered, and the world is both tragic and beautiful. Quintana of Charyn was a little bit different from the other books, it was most noticeably the e...
So I did like Finnikan of the Rock. I loved Froi of the Exiles. How did Quintana of Charyn measure up? Well I really liked it, but it was not on the same level as Froi. I feel like FotR (sorry, I'm getting lazy) is just the background and prequel to the rest of the series. I did really like it, b...
A sky full of stars for this book and for this series! I don't know how Marchetta does it. The first book that I read of hers, Jellicoe Road, was a contemp YA that unfolded slowly and mysteriously and left me devastated by the end. While this series is epic fantasy with the classic tale of kingdoms ...
That was just pure awesomeness. Yeah, there was no plot, but whatever. It's better than trying to figure out all the Charyn politics. And the characterization was still just awesome, so I'm happy.But sad. Because I have to leave Skuldenore. Wah.I mean, what do I do with my life? The Lumatere Chronic...