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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Crush the King by Jenifer Estep


This is the next book in the Crown of Shards series.   I enjoyed Kill the Queen and Protect the Prince which preceded it.   Evie who has dodged assassination in every book decides to go on the offensive against her enemy King Maximus.

The book is characterized by loyalty and love by Queen Everleigh and fear, hate and loathing by King Maximus and his minions.  Evie will do anything to protect her people and her nation.   


Maximus will do anything to maintain his power and terrify his people including his blood relatives.
Esteps portrayal of Queen Everleigh is not just rose petals and vanilla.  She shows that even good people can be driven to do things they abhor to save things they love.

I enjoyed the book and the series. 

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