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*Read Pdf Ä Queen of ruin Ø A Fierce Sequel Full Of Sisterhood, Heart Pounding Action, Betrayal, And Intrigue In The Royal Court In A Series That Breathes New Life Into The Feminist Story Of Oppression And Resistance Publisher S WeeklyBanished By Asa At The End Of Grace And Fury, Nomi And Malachi Find Themselves Powerless And Headed Towards Their All But Certain Deaths Now That Asa Sits On The Throne, He Will Stop At Nothing To Make Sure Malachi Never Sets Foot In The Palace Again Their Only Hope Is To Find Nomi S Sister, Serina, On The Prison Island Of Mount Ruin But When Nomi And Malachi Arrive, It Is Not The Island Of Conquered, Broken Women That They Expected It Is An Island In The Grip Of Revolution, And Serina Polite, Submissive Serina Is Its LeaderBetrayal, Grief, And Violence Have Changed Both Sisters, And The Women Of Mount Ruin Have Their Sights Set On Revenge Beyond The Confines Of Their Island Prison They Plan To Sweep Across The Entire Kingdom, Issuing In A New Age Of Freedom For All But First They Ll Have To Get Rid Of Asa, And Only Nomi Knows HowSeparated Once Again, This Time By Choice, Nomi And Serina Must Forge Their Own Paths As They Aim To Tear Down The World They Know, And Build Something Better In Its PlaceThe Stakes Are Higher And The Battles Bolder In Tracy Banghart S Unputdownable Sequel To Grace And Fury 3.5 StarsI d gone into this with high hopes, maybe slightly too high I absolutely ADROED Grace and Fury and was so excited to read this, but I wasn t as drawn to it as what I had been I loved the complete girl power throughout this book and really seeing Nomi and Serina come into their own but for me it didn t pick up or things seemed to happen at the 56% mark.After that it was action packed and the whole sense of the uprising and certain characters doing certain things, your girl isn t here for spoilersI really wish we d of got an epilogue a few months down the line because I was left feeling a little bit dis satisfied which is a shame, other than that I did quite enjoy my read 17.06.2019YA GURL GOT AN ARC woooo woooo Time to re read Grace and Fury first to refresh my memory and just read a re cap Think I m going for the re cap because I m far too excited right now When you re not even half way through and already know that you re needing the next one ASAP 12.09.18GURLLLLL we have a cover 3.5 stars I loved Grace and Fury, but this one fell a bit flat Pacing was off, the book felt too fast and too slow all the at same time The ending seemed particularly rushed I liked Nomi s story the most and it s what kept me reading, but I cannot help but wonder what happened with this book It just wasn t up to the standard of the first one.Follow me on Facebook Blog Instagram Twitter Queen of Ruin was the conclusion to the Grace and Fury duology and while it was better than the first book, I still found it a bit lacking.Plot 3 5Characters 4 5Writing 4 5 At the start of the novel, the two sisters, Serina and Nomi, were reeling from the disastrous events that unfolded in the previous book Serina, while battling her grief and guilt, was trying to lead the women of the Mount Ruin prison to freedom Whereas, Nomi was struggling with Asa s betrayal of her trust and wanted to keep her family safe However, they ended up joining together to fight for the rights of all of the women of their country and wanted to change the ingrained sexist ideologies surrounding women.I liked the way Serina s character went from strength to strength In this book, she truly became a fierce leader and warrior Nomi s character development was subtler but she definitely became confident and sure of herself I admired them both for their courage to fight against a system that had suppressed women for years and years.I also liked the other female side characters because they were nuanced and complex but sadly, just like the first book, the male characters were as flat as cheese crackers Malachi was broody Val was nice, nice, nice Renzo was really nice too and Asa was the classic unhinged emotionless villain.The reason I found it a bit lacking was because barely anything happened considering it s a few hundred page book I thought there was too much repetitive filler and not as much interesting content.Queen of Ruin was a quick read with fairly deep themes but all in all not very impressive or original I d recommend it to people who enjoyed the first book.Thank you to Hachette Children s Group for providing me with a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All opinions expressed are my own Twitter