The Exiled Queen
Publish date: February 24th 2011
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 592
Edition language: English
Series: Seven Realms (#2)
I finally decided to pick up The Demon King and read, as it's been on my to read list for a while now, and maybe the mood was right, but I really, really enjoyed it. And when I finished it, in like 6 hours, I decided to read the rest of the series. So I finished all of them this week. I have not ha...
Great news! The Exiled Queen is much better than The Demon King! This series is so good because I’m finally starting to find elements of fantasy that I haven’t seen in a long time. This series is basically my life line. Of course, just like the last book, the pacing in this was slow. At certain p...
Overall this was a great book and an excellent continuation of the series. I love how Raisa's character is developing and I found Han's inner struggles especially interesting. It does well furthering both Han and Raisa's story lines, but I felt the wider story was somewhat at a halt. There was consi...
”It seems to rain a lot wherever you are,” he said.“I was thinking it was you,” she said loftily. I’m sensing a pattern in this series. Williams Chima likes to start slow doesn’t she?I can’t find it in me to give this a 4, unfortunately, but it isn't a bad 3 either.At the end of The Demon King all r...
Definite improvement over the first book; I found their training and school intrigue to be more interesting. The main thing I hated was the love triangle.
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