The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black Book Review

This last installment in the Folk of the Air trilogy was a very enjoyable read! Jude is cast out of Faerie by her husband, Cardan but has to return when her sister, Taryn gets into some trouble and needs Jude’s help.

I was a little surprise at the shortness and the sparseness of the last installment of the trilogy. I also was a little surprised that the ending wasn’t more epic than it was. That being said, I enjoyed watching her arch resolve meaningfully and that the ending was a happy ending (although, maybe too happy for this style of book?).

But I loved Cardan’s and Judes development and the descriptions as always were spot on and I enjoyed this world that Holly Black created. There is an intimate scene in this book. I’ve had a little bit of a problem with her writing style, especially in the first book, but I feel like the second and third books really smoothed out and became more intriguing. Either that or I just got used to it! Haha!

Overall this whole trilogy was a fun read! I totally recommend it if you are into uncompromising protagonists, enemy to lovers romance, and dark fae fantasy!

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JA Curtis has always loved writing stories. One of her greatest dreams as a child was to have a book published. She never knew if that dream would become a reality. There were times when she stopped writing and thought she had given it up for good, but she always found herself coming back to it. So she has decided to share those stories in the hope that others might enjoy them as much as she does! When she’s not writing or re-watching ATLA for the 100th time, she is spending time with her husband and two daughters, or trying to live her life with half as much determination as Mina.

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