The Rogue Queen by Emily R. King

The Rogue Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #3)

3 stars

I have FINALLY finished this book. It took me most of July. I have one more to go, which is the one that I have an e-ARC for. Wish me luck! haha.

This book really dragged for me. What I disliked most about this book were two things. The first, the LOVE TRIANGLE. It was driving me absolutely insane. I was so frustrated and so tired of reading about it. It was dumb. Then she kind of wraps it up and the explanation is just annoying. How about just not do it in the first place? Second, was the POV of Deven. I don’t know why, I just don’t like him. Guys, I don’t know what it is. I’ve had so much trouble getting through this book because I had to hear about the relationship triangle from Kalinda and THEN again from Deven. I was so annoyed. There is a war going on here, how about you get some perspective! “Oh no, she has to go with Ashwin to meet our enemy, she’s going to fall more in love with him.” WHAT? He’s a general and acting like a love sick idiot. There was so much of this and it was so boring.

I did like that there was so much mythology in this book and the world building was expanded even more. There was a lot of action when they weren’t worried about who loved who more. I liked more of the supporting characters in this book. Natesa is funny and I wish she was the main character. LOL.

I am really not looking forward to the next book but I’m going to do it! Wish me luck! Yup, that’s all I got. This book was the most disappointing of the series. I think the plot of the next one could be interesting.


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