I‘m definitely Team Mirabella!! Which Queen do you love?? I am becoming obsessed with this series!
Late night read. Alarm goes off at 5am but that isn‘t stopping me!
Satisfying novella that gave more insight into this series and answered a few questions. I have a feeling that I‘m not going to love the entire series but it is definitely the most fun I‘ve had read YA in a long time. I am so picky now with YA; this is a rare exception to my tendency to steer away from it.
When Haku was a baby he was a dark brown color but with each shed he's gotten more and more orange 😍
Still currently reading Emergency Contact but I think I'll finish The Young Queens first since I'm almost done with it ^^ #petsoflitsy
This short ‘Three Dark Crowns‘ novella was a fun read! ☺️ It gave lots of backstory on the characters and tied things together nicely. This book also answered some questions about Queen Katharine that were previously left up in the air. I felt it did a good job explaining how things came to be, prior to the first book. Can‘t wait for ‘The Oracle Queen‘ and ‘Two Dark Reigns‘!!😄📚❤️ #ThreeDarkCrowns #QueenKatharine #KendareBlake
I like novellas in a series that I‘m working through: enter the world for a while, learn some backstory, and have mysteries solved. This one does all three well. It‘s listed as book “0.5” in the Three Dark Crowns series, but I wouldn‘t recommend reading it until after One Dark Thrown because there are references to basically all of the series‘ twists/spoilers.
Great little read and I‘m anxiously awaiting the Oracle Queen novella and third book.
Another square down.
I love this series so much. I don‘t like a lot of YA or Fantasy, but I am obsessed this series. Team Arsinoe!!!
I love this series so much! I'm so invested in these characters that I can hardly stand it. 😅 Kendare Blake just keeps winning me over. This novella answered a lot of my questions and whetted my appetite for the next installment of the series.
Finished this short prequel around the Three Dark Crown series. I loved how it cleared up a lingering question regarding Katharine‘s gifts in the opening pages! Overall the story was insightful tho it left me wanting much more!
I enjoyed this prequel novella to the Three Dark Crowns series. It answered a couple of questions but gave me some more. It also increased my dislike of Madrigal. I need more of her backstory though. Looking forward to the next one in April. What did you think @Coco ?
I read the whole thing in one sitting and absolutely loved reading about the queens before they were taken! It really brought out their personalities and how they developed and showed how the allegiances wound up as they did. It also gave some more info about one of the series‘ biggest twists and confirmed one of my theories as well! I‘m even more excited for book 3 now!!
This was also my chance to use my little Kobo mini again!
I‘m glad for this little filler book. It made me have some compassion for Mira, whom I hated all throughout Three Dark Crowns. I felt sorry for Katherine, who I can‘t bring myself to hate no matter what she does. And it only strengthens my love for Arsinoe ❤️
Also it helped me to surpass my reading challenge by one book 😊
Happy new year littens! My little family brought in 2018 at Disney world and I got to spend reading time while waiting in line woohoo! Here‘s to a new year of books and family time! Stay safe everyone!
What! How did I not know this was out? I know what I'm doing tonight.
Did you see this @Coco ? Thought you might be interested 😊
GREAT prequel. The story fits seamlessly with the existing books, filling in the blanks in many spots where I craved more details and more background.
None of it is of vital importance to understand the plots of the existing duology, and these details would have very little significance to anyone not familiar with the books and might even bore them, so I wouldn‘t recommend anyone read it before.
But fans of the series should absolutely grab this!