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    Unite the Queens, Destroy the Crown

    In this final book in the Three Dark Crowns series, the question of the sister's fate and the island's future are answered. The Elemental Queen Mirabella has never been my favorite character and the decision she made in the last book made me dislike her even more. But the love that she has for Katherine and Arsinoe shines so brightly in this book I couldn't help but like her. While she will never be my favorite character. I grow to really respect and like her in this final book. The Poisoner Queen I will always love Katherine. She is ruthless and power-hungry and even more so in this book. I will always remember her how she was before she was possessed with the dead queens. Katherine's struggle with the dead queens was one of my favorite parts of the book. The Naturalist Queen Arsinoe will always be my favorite of the sisters. I have always loved her spunk, loyalty, bravery plus who doesn't love a character who has a pet bear. I love Arsinoe and Billy's relationship. They are so adorable together. The friendship between Arsinoe and Jules has always been one of my favorite parts of the story and still is. The Legion Queen Jules has always been one of my favorite characters. I don't want to say much about her character because of spoilers but she continues to be one of my favorites in this book. And one to be Queen I loved seeing old characters return in this book. This book has tons of twists and turns and that final battle was amazing and heartbreaking. The Queen Crowned was who I was rooting for and I am sad to say goodbye to these characters and this world. Rating: 5 stars
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    The Right Ending

    Given that the entire THREE DARK CROWNS series has been comprised of heartache, suffering, and shock from the very beginning, I assumed I would be prepared for this finale. Shows what I know. This is not an easy book to read, especially if you've been with the characters since the beginning. It pulls at your heartstrings, makes you scream and cry and re-read pages because you can't believe what just happened. It forces you to read carefully because you never know what might happen next. And yet, giving it some thought, it feels like the right ending. Nothing is contrived and it all makes sense within the world, even if it isn't what might have been hoped for. The story is as dark as it's ever been. Plot holes are closed and the ending is fiercely intense. Each character has their moment in the spotlight and while some endings struck me like an arrow, I do think that everything came full circle. All of the characters grew and progressed and changed. The most evident of these were Katherine and Arsinoe. Tears pricked my eyes more than a few times. This is one of the darkest series I've ever read, and I've loved every second. I can't say it made me happy, but it enthralled me and kept me glued to the page and makes me wish there would be more. It is a grim, gorgeous series and I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a change from the traditional fantasy fare. A must read!
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    The story has surprising moments and doesn't fall into boring tropes. It has a good balance of story and character development. The world building is assured and feels real, despite its fantastical elements of ghosts and supernatural elements.
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