Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

Phantom of the Library

Rating: 5/5 stars

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Pages: 300

Series: The Folk of the Air, Book 3

Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Fae

“Only out of his spilled blood can a great ruler rise. But not before what I have told you comes to pass,” (Baphen, Preface).

My love of the fae and stories about them made this series a wild ride for me. I loved seeing these wicked creatures acting in their own interests, using others to get what they wanted and not apologizing for it. I loved seeing the way the different courts dealt with each other and how their biases played into their interactions.

Black does an amazing job at creating characters that feel real. In this series I have found characters I love and characters I hate, though my favourite might just be the characters I love to hate. I can feel their motivations, their wants and desires. I…

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