Red Queen Collection: Red Queen, Glass Sword, Queen Song, Steel Scars

Red Queen Collection Red Queen Glass Sword Queen Song Steel Scars Graceling meets The Selection in Victoria Aveyard s New York Times bestselling fantasy series about seventeen year old Mare a common girl whose latent magical powers draw her into the dangerous wor

  • Title: Red Queen Collection: Red Queen, Glass Sword, Queen Song, Steel Scars
  • Author: Victoria Aveyard
  • ISBN: 9780062457448
  • Page: 409
  • Format: ebook
  • Red Queen Collection: Red Queen, Glass Sword, Queen Song, Steel Scars

    Graceling meets The Selection in Victoria Aveyard s 1 New York Times bestselling fantasy series about seventeen year old Mare, a common girl whose latent magical powers draw her into the dangerous world of the elite ruling class.Will her power save her or condemn her The first two novels in the series, plus two prequel novellas, are collected here, perfect for fans of thGraceling meets The Selection in Victoria Aveyard s 1 New York Times bestselling fantasy series about seventeen year old Mare, a common girl whose latent magical powers draw her into the dangerous world of the elite ruling class.Will her power save her or condemn her The first two novels in the series, plus two prequel novellas, are collected here, perfect for fans of the series, and those who want to find out what all the hype is about Red Queen USA Today calls Victoria Aveyard s debut novel a sizzling, imaginative thriller, where romance and revolution collide, where power and justice duel Mare Barrow s world is divided by blood those with common, Red blood serve the Silver blooded elite, who are gifted with superhuman abilities Mare is a Red, scraping by as a thief, until, by a twist of fate, she discovers an ability all her own One wrong move can lead to her death, but in the dangerous game she plays, the only certainty is betrayal.Glass Sword The hotly anticipated sequel escalates the struggle between the growing rebel army and the blood segregated world they ve always known and pits Mare against the darkness that has grown in her soul.Queen Song In this prequel novella, Queen Coriane, first wife of King Tiberias, keeps a secret diary how else can she ensure that no one at the palace will use her thoughts against her Coriane recounts her heady courtship with the crown prince, the birth of a new prince, Cal, and the potentially deadly challenges that lay ahead for her in royal life.Steel Scars In this second prequel novella, Captain Farley exchanges coded transmissions with the resistance as she travels the land, recruiting for her first attempt at an attack on the capital She was raised to be strong, but planting the seeds of rebellion in Norta is a tougher job than expected until she stumbles upon a connection that may prove to be the key to the entire operation Mare Barrow.

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    1. Amanda

      Red Queen: I was so very pleased to pick this book up after deciding to leave off on The Scorch Trials right in the middle of itself. I very much ended up liking this book, even though I did figure out the hard, surprise twist by about 50-75% of book, because in my head there was only one big betrayal that could happen to the character that would derail where the novel had been leading. I do like the stratification displayed in both the Reds, and then the slow revealing of it in the Silvers. I'm [...]

    2. Harriet Showman

      Aveyard is a gifted story teller, captivating, great at creating dystopia. I had a little trouble getting beyond the princess selection thing but that's my own bias. I have issues with the contemporary American obsession with turning girls into princesses. We are enough. And. Don't need a patriarchal system telling us we are special only because we attract the romantic attention of a prince. Having stated my own belief in self empowered girls, let me declare how delighted I was when Aveyard flip [...]

    3. Kesha

      The pacing of the sequel was awkward. Some of the sequences were drawn out and others were rushed like the acquiring of the New Bloods started slow and went too fast in many instances. The conclusion was very aggravating; seemed forced to cause a third book.

    4. Alicia

      Another dystopian novel staring a seemingly normal girl who turns out to be a princess with super powers? Yes please! Just kidding. That format is wearing thin on me. That being said I really did like this series though the first book was the most enjoyable by far. Once these series switch over from the hero/heroine solving their own problems to solving the problems of the world it becomes a little too silly for this realist. But I mean, let's face it - who better than to solve complex world pro [...]

    5. Isabelle Joshua

      I started reading the two novellas: Queen Song and Steel Scars at first. Queen Song drug me in this world of Red and Silver blood. I couldn't stop reading and finished the whole five books in less than a week. The characters are enthralling, and the story is so good. I know there are other books out there that give the characters powers, but that takes nothing away from this book. It is wholly alone in its gripping story and development. My only irritation is that there is another book that has [...]

    6. Jennifer

      Person: What's so great about Red Queen anyway?Me: *eyes widen*Me: *smiles maniacally*Me: *pulls up a podium*Me: *cues up a powerpoint*Me: *shuffles notecards*Me: *clears throat*Me: I'm glad you asked

    7. Meg

      Only reason this is four stars is because I loved the short about the Queen. The rest? First book was pretty solid. Didn't like the second short. Not a fan of the second book.

    8. Chloe Icsis

      At first I really didn't care to read this series. As in and many other book sites, this series has always been picked a favorite. I am so glad I did! Wow! I'm mad that I've finished but eager to get to the next book! Unfortunately that will be next year sometime and I'm not so patient! I do not want to leave any tidbits of the book except one: IT'S A MUST READ!

    9. Catherine ♡

      Out of all four of these, I definitely liked Red Queen the most.It was exciting and well-paced and twisted, while its sequel felt a little awkward and underwhelming.The novellas are kind of "eh" as well, but I do really love the characters and Aveyard's writing style.

    10. Amanda Nelson

      The first novel is definitely the best, but the novellas definitely brought the rating down below three stars.

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