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Summary

The perfect addition to the number one New York Times best-selling Red Queen series, Broken Throne features three brand-new novellas, alongside two previously published novellas, Steel Scars and Queen Song.

Fans will be delighted to catch up with beloved characters after the drama of War Storm and be excited to hear from brand-new voices as well. This stunning collection is not to be missed.

©2019 Victoria Aveyard (P)2019 HarperCollins US Ltd

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Not as great an ending

I was excited to hear this last part of the story as part 4 War Storm ended so abruptly. The first half of this book is really slow moving, telling the story from different character perspectives was not necessary as we had this in the other books, it just seemed a bit like filler, introducing you to characters you didn’t know nor cared about as they did not appear in previous books. The latter half of the book was better, catching up with familiar characters and finishing their various story arks. I have to say, by this book I got really tired of the constant torturous melancholy of Mare and Cal and their inner monologues began to irritate me. I loved this series but this last book was a disappointment. But others my feel differently.

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.. ok got better towards the end

I enjoyed it in parts.. the end was better than the middle for definite.
I'm glad I heard what happened to the characters and finished this series but I did feel like I was just trying to finish this book rather than enjoying it

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great story

I really enjoyed all four books however I wished the ending was a bit different. It felt a bit rushed.

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Skip to chapter 20

The first part of the book is quite boring and it leaves you eager to find out all of the loose ends from the last. Not as satisfied as I would like at the ending but a good one nevertheless.

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thrilling

i loved every single short story in this book
especially near the end when Mare and Cal have 2 children named Shade and Coriane 😍 and that Kilorn is now the Premier ♥️♥️ I loved ittt

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