Three Dark Crowns
Publish date: 2016-09-20
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Untitled (#1)
Something I love about YA Fantasy is how fast-paced and easy they are to read. It makes for the perfect go-to after something that's longer and long-winded due to the tighter character focus and faster pacing. I read Three Dark Crowns and the sequel One Dark Throne in a single day and loved them bot...
It was weird. I loved this book; it was really macabre and gloomy. I was not expecting that at all but it was a great surprise. Three Dark Crowns is the story of triplets Queens, one poisoner, one elemental and one naturalist. They live apart until they turn sixteen, when each Queen will have to k...
[I received a copy of this book through Edelweiss.]This is the story of an island on which, every generation, three potential queens are born: one with the power to poison and resist toxins, the other to command elements, the third to befriend animals and make plants grow. On the 16th birthday, then...
I read this a while ago, I thought I had reviewed it. I even remember writing the review. I had this as an arc, maybe it was when booklikes was not being user friendly. This is young adult fantasy. It has some pretty dark themes. You have three sisters, triplets, each a potential queen. In order t...
This book was not at all what I was expecting. The summary is very misleading. It promised three queens that were all spectacularly gifted, but it didn't deliver. I felt kind of lied to. Lately, I seem to be picking up books that are incredibly slow in the beginning and then pick up pace about halfw...
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