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  • Wow, just wow

    This book tore my heart out of my chest, stomped on it, and put it back, all while tearing my sould into shreds. Jude and Cardan's somewhat rocky relationship was addictive and somewhat hilarious at times! The end of the series left me in tears, I was that sad it was over. I reread the series at least six times in the past four days. Yes. It is that good. The ending basically left a gaping hole inside me, which inspired me to start writing again, for I will be writing a fanfiction. So I can also thank the series for giving me my inspiration back!

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  • The Queen of Nothing- Holly Black

    Cant argrue at all. Much more relevent than the others because since its that last book of the series, its more featured in a away. Romance, Magic, fair bit of hate for the main character, Spy-ish mini journeys, Betrayel, Jealoussy, And more subjects ought to be in the story i have not mentioned. This book series has came to an end, Making this the final well-due respect reveiw. Holly, you put good effort into this series, so i am requesting this: It continues with Cardan and jude son, *Junahise. In the story he is called *Junah. His real name shall be used now and then, From foes and his parents. His Best friend *tinker, helps him on his journey. They are both injected by someone who shall later be revealed. There injection is a powerful magic that is both pulled from the Ocean and Land. They also run away with a girl named *Aly, who is forced to run away from so believed evil parents. I will share the rest witb you from google drive, so snd this to me through google drive if you have it; No one else send to me, unless it is Holly. Thanks! Joe-Nize* Joe-nah* Tine-core* Al-ley* Peace out everyone! best of luck! luck from Creon, (he/him) or (guys/boys)

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  • Couldn’t have wanted more, amazing.

    The final was everything I wanted and more. The twists were unbelievable. This series is going into my favourites that I read again and again. Great writing. Fun to read and kept my shocked and surprised.

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  • The queen Of Nothing

    This was truly a masterpiece. A third book finishing the series. I am extremly amazed with Holly Black's technique and her style in writing. She truly has created something quite beautiful. I read The Cruel Prince because my sister recommended it to me, and I loved it. So, I bought The Wicked King and I needed to know what happens next, so i bought this book. It ended perfectly. I was so touched by this searies. I totally recommend it to you. So magical and makes me happy when I read it. Brava, Holly Black!

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  • Great but predictable

    Do not read my review unless you've read The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. Holly Black takes us through this wild ride effortlessly with vindication, enigmas and twists and turns at every page... with a happy ending! The end quote essentially sums up the entire book: "To family and Faerieland and pizza and stories and new beginnings and scheming great schemes". This was a great book although I feel like something was missing from the final book in the Folk of the Air trilogy. An extra oomph maybe as I found this book mostly predictable. Great but predictable! I will surely reread this trilogy in the future... again!

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