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Kill the ueen Gladiator meets Game of Thrones a royal woman becomes a skilled warrior to destroy her murderous cousin avenge her family and save her kingdom in this first entry in a dazzling fantasy epic from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Elemental Assassin series—an enthralling tale that combines magic murder intrigue adventure and a hint of romanceIn a realm where one’s magical power determines one’s worth Lady Everleigh’s lack of obvious ability relegates her to the shadows of the royal court of Bellona a kingdom steeped in gladiator tradition Seventeenth in line for the throne Evie is nothing than a ceremonial fixture overlooked and mostly forgottenBut dark forces are at work inside the palace When her cousin Vasilia the crown princess assassinates her mother the ueen and takes the throne by force Evie is also attacked along with the rest of the royal family Luckily for Evie her secret immunity to magic helps her escape the massacreForced into hiding to survive she falls in with a gladiator troupe Though they use their talents to entertain and amuse the masses the gladiators are actually highly trained warriors skilled in the art of war especially Lucas Sullivan a powerful magier with secrets of his own Uncertain of her future—or if she even has one—Evie begins training with the troupe until she can decide her next moveBut as the bloodthirsty Vasilia exerts her power pushing Bellona to the brink of war Evie’s fate becomes clear she must become a fearsome gladiator herself and kill the ueen

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10 thoughts on “Kill the ueen

  1. says:

    ❝ Summer ueens are fine and fair with pretty ribbons and flowers in their hair Winter ueens are cold and hard with frosted crowns made of icy shards❞ Hooking Engaging Gripping Encompassing I can cite the entire thesaurus and the conclusion will still be the same Jennifer Estep 's new high fantasy novel is wonderfulThere is a nation founded on gladiator tradition A ruthless hei

  2. says:

    Some parts were jarring The setting is unmistakably medieval yet the atmosphere is an anachronistic interplay of 18th century fixtures alongside present day vocabularyDespite that I found myself completely hooked by the characters the plot and everything that led up to that climactic very satisfying ending Waiting impatiently for the next book

  3. says:

    Effing Everleigh Saffira Winter Blair I'll get straight to the point the protagonist is as stupid as her name sounds Alright I added in that first wordFor starters her actual character arc ended much too soon three hundred pages too soon to be specific leaving no room for further growth What was worse however was the author's obsessive need to force feed said character development over and over a

  4. says:

    A beach book type of fantasy pretty standard YA type fantasy with a romance interest except the language and violence are adult level Review first posted on Fantasy LiteratureLady Everleigh Saffira Winter Blair is a member of the royal family seventeenth in line for the throne of Bellona to be precise and has lived in the royal palace for fifteen years since her parents were murdered when she was twelve

  5. says:

    Thanks to Edelweiss and Harper VoyagerHarper Collins for giving me an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewSadly this book didn’t work for me despite the amazing premise for multiple reasonsI thought the world building was poorly flashed out with bits of infos sprinkled in without a logic the blurb describes it as “Game of Thrones meets Gladiator” but in reality the gladiators are used as plot device whil

  6. says:

    35 starsBefore I talk about why I liked this book and I did like it I first need to get off my chest the one thing I really didn't like the trope of 'main character is told to saydo something specific and then spends the majority of the book NOT doing that thing because of stupid reasons just to drag the plot out ' Why do authors do this? The reader spends a lot of the time frustrated thinking 'are they going to sayd

  7. says:

    Breath taking White Knuckle Reading Epic Fantasy at its finest Estep rocks the epic fantasy genre with Kill the ueen and I can't wait for PROTECT THE PRINCE I'm sure I'll want to re read it at least once before thenIt is that AMAZING This is going to the top of my list of favorite fantasy reads 2018I received this ARC copy of Kill the ueen from HarperCollins Harper Voyager This is my honest and voluntary review Kill the ue

  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book very much The characters and world were very engaging and I want to read the next book My only complaint was the fact that the back cover copy pretty much gives away what happens in the first third of the book Even Part 1 is titled The Royal Massacre so this isn't a spoiler And knowing what was going to happen made the first third anticlimactic with no surprises so all the clues that something isn't uite right

  9. says:

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestI have a lot of favorite genres to read but one I find myself coming back to again and again is fantasy You could argue that any fictional book is escapist but fantasy and science fiction to a lesser extent is the genre that involves literally escaping to another world and I find it so amazing that we as humans can actually dream up entire alternate universes populate them with living thin

  10. says:

    READ MY REVIEW ON THE BLOG A first in a new Fantasy series always has that unwelcome potential to be an information dump When that happens the story seems to drag on and you don't seem to make much progress Now Kill the ueen is a completely different caliber It's addictive fast paced and captivating There is another thing that can slow a fantasy story down and that's archaic language Jennifer Estep's first in this epic fantasy reads like a mod

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