The Queen's Choice
Magic was seeping out of me, black and agonizing. I could see it drifting away. The magic that would let me pass the Road to reach home again. When sixteen-year-old Anya learns that her aunt, Queen of the Faerie Kingdom of Chrior, will soon die, her grief is equaled only by her despair for the... show more
Magic was seeping out of me, black and agonizing. I could see it drifting away. The magic that would let me pass the Road to reach home again. When sixteen-year-old Anya learns that her aunt, Queen of the Faerie Kingdom of Chrior, will soon die, her grief is equaled only by her despair for the future of the kingdom. Her young cousin, Illumina, is unfit to rule, and Anya is determined not to take up the queen's mantle herself. Convinced that the only solution is to find Prince Zabriel, who long ago disappeared into the human realm of Warckum, and persuade him to take up his rightful crown, Anya journeys into the Warckum Territory to bring him home. But her journey is doomed to be more harrowing than she ever could have imagined…. The Heirs of Chrior Trilogy
Publish date: January 28th 2014
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, High Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Category Romance
Series: Heirs of Chrior (#1)
This book was crippled from the start. You know why? Just look at the title: The Queen's Choice. Obviously, a queen in the book has to make a very important decision, right? So if that decision is to, say, appoint the only qualified member of the royal family as an heir, and the new heir decides she...
Thanks to Harlequin Australia for sending me this copy for review I expected more from this book. It was poorly executed in every way. THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.WARNING. LONG ASS REVIEW AHEAD. (mostly filled with quotes from the book. Quotes are taken from my copy of the book)DNF. I ju...
The Queen's Choice has all the makings of a good story. Two battling races, magic, friendship, love and betrayal. I found myself having a hard time being truly engaged with this book, until about page 400. I have a feeling this trilogy will end up being quite good. You just need to get through the ...