The Star-Touched Queen
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-04-26
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 353
Edition language: English
Series: The Star-Touched Queen (#1)
The premise sounded awesome. Book combining Indian mythology and the story of Hades and Persephone. Sounds really cool, right? Yeah....about that.... The book has received a lot of love and hype but it definitely does not live up to the praise. For instance, there really isn't any plot. The story ...
~*Full review notes on The Bent Bookworm!*~“I am a frightened girl, a roaring river and night incarnate….And I will not be tethered. My life belongs to me.”Feels:Reading The Star-Touched Queen was like falling headfirst into a swirling vortex of color, light, and strange beasts. It was beautiful, f...
I love stories about Otherworld. I enjoyed this, but I never really connected to the characters the way I usually do. Worlds crossing, the realm of Death, love and betrayal. All the good bones of a wonderful tale. A good beach read for the summer.
Not for me. Beautifully written with some of the most unique mythology and magic I've ever seen, but I'm finding the plot somewhere between way too slow and practically non existent. May try again at another time but DNFing at the moment.
Okay ya'll, it takes a lot to make me gush about a book. The last time I was this excited about a book was when I read "Cinder" for the first time. "The Star-Touched Queen" had some pacing problems here and there, but not enough for me to rate it below 5 stars. The book begins with 16 year old Princ...
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