The Hundredth Queen – Review

the 100th queen

“Sometimes it takes more strength to step back than forward.”
Emily R. King, The Hundredth Queen

The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King

Release Date | June 1st 2017

Amazon Publishing | SkyScape

My Rating | 4 Stars

Review | Spoil Free

I received a copy because I was apart of a blog tour for this book on bookstgram. I’ll leave my post of this tour here and the tour hosts as well. Before I get into the review I want to give a little shout out to Story Gram Tours. They are a company who step up and host blog tours on bookstagram! Check them out and sign up to be a host and you might be picked to be apart of a tour!

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“The Hundredth Queen is a bewitching story of women staying strong in a world ruled by men.”

I love this book! It is a good introduction into this fantasy world and I am betting each book in the series will become richer in it’s world building and characters.

Summary | Goodreads

What I love most about this story isn’t the romance which is so cute but friendship and struggles of these women. Kalinda is passionate and scared but she is still brave! She tries and fight for the future of herself and others.

I don’t want to give too much away since this is spoil free but the reasons I couldn’t give it a full five stars was because of the insta-love between the her and Deven, the Captain of the Guard. Lastly, I thought it was a wonderful story but the world could have been more developed when it comes to the magic system.

With all of that being said I have high hopes for the second book! I am expecting more world building, a better explanation of the magic system, and more character development. Overall, this is a strong first book into this fantasy series. I highly recommend it.

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