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Kelsea Glynn is the Queen of the Tearling who is a fair and powerful ruler. She has crossed the Red Queen in trying to do the right thing after which the latter’s armies are determined to tear Kelsea’s kingdom down, along with her.
What makes this book stand out?
The story is well-paced, and Johansen’s world-building is something to admire.
Read it for
Queen Kelsea figures out her dark side in the book and fights her inner demons.
Don't read it for
The writing style is not as interesting as it should have been for the story penned by Johansen. There also aren’t any trigger warnings for violence and rape.