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Monday, February 12, 2018

The Queen of Sorrows: Book Three of The Queens of Renthia by Sarah Beth Durst

Kudos!  Again! This would be my third Kudos to Ms. Durst.   She drops back into Renthia and very nicely wraps up the trilogy.   This volume shows human ambition and spirit strife in conflict.   Daleina comes into her own while striving to hold together her fragile kingdom.  

Ven the champion and Naelin, the new more mature queen have much greater roles in this book.   There is plenty of intrigue and treachery to satisfy the most blood thirsty reader.   There is also nobility and whimsy in Ven’s sister and Daleina’s sister let alone Harmon’s mother.   A group of great characters make Durst’s books such a satisfying read.

The spirits motivation is explained along with their capriciousness.

I highly recommend.

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