Ember Queen



The Thrilling Conclusion To The Series That Began With The Instant New York Times Bestseller Made For Fans Of Victoria Aveyard And Sabaa Tahir Bustle , Ember Queen Is An Epic Fantasy About A Throne Cruelly Stolen And A Girl Who Must Fight To Take It Back For Her PeoplePrincess Theodosia Was A Prisoner In Her Own Country For A Decade Renamed The Ash Princess, She Endured Relentless Abuse And Ridicule From The Kaiser And His Court But Though She Wore A Crown Of Ashes, There Is Fire In Theo S Blood As The Rightful Heir To The Astrean Crown, It Runs In Her Veins And If She Learned Nothing Else From Her Mother, She Learned That A Queen Never Cowers Now Free, With A Misfit Army Of Rebels To Back Her, Theo Must Liberate Her Enslaved People And Face A Terrifying New Enemy The New Kaiserin Imbued With A Magic No One Understands, The Kaiserin Is Determined To Burn Down Anyone And Everything In Her Way The Kaiserin S Strange Power Is Growing Stronger, And With Prinz S Ren As Her Hostage, There Is At Stake Than Ever Theo Must Learn To Embrace Her Own Power If She Has Any Hope Of Standing Against The Girl She Once Called Her Heart S SisterEmber Queen

I write YA books and I m also entrusted with taking care of other people s children I write books about girls who are strong in all different ways, usually with a healthy dollop of magic and a few dragons.I live in NYC with my extraordinarily fluffy dog, Neville.

[PDF / Epub] ☃ Ember Queen By Laura  Sebastian – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 512 pages
  • Ember Queen
  • Laura Sebastian
  • English
  • 08 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Ember Queen

  1. says:

    10 says this is gonna be called Fire Queen or something similar .Okay so EMBER IS CLOSE TO FIRE SO WOW WAS I RIGHT OR WAS I RIGHT

  2. says:

    DOES ANYONE HAVE AN EXACT RELEASE DATE OR ARE WE JUST GUESSING SOMETIME AROUND NEXT FEBRUARY

  3. says:

    How did I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS COVER REVEAL.I need this book nooooooooooooow

  4. says:

    I NEED a cover and title for this so bad

  5. says:

    I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review from NetGalleyWell, it s the final book in the series and it was definitely an interesting ride When I first read Ash Princess , I was taken in by the concept and the character of Theodosia, who was held captive and tortured by the conqueror of her country, Astrea The series was obviously influenced by the Roman Empire and its expansion, which stretched far and effectively acculturated diverse cultures Theodosia s story is told through the eyes of the conquered, who is fighting for control of her homeland and in this final book she rises above her oppressors Ember Queen starts after the negotiations with Cress, and Theodosia s eventual descent into the mines She emerges and does not remember what transpired during her venture into the dark depths However, her power has increased and as a result, she is forced to hone her capabilities for the upcoming battle with Cress The first half of the book details her political campaign against Kalovaxians, who outnumber her forces It also deals with the connection between Theodosia and Cress, who are able to communicate in their dreams This, of course, becomes extremely problematic later, but it also shows us what Cress plans and the emotional conflict of both characters For the most part, the book deals with strategic war planning and Theodosia taking action against Cress attempts to outmaneuver her politically There is a lot of dialogue about the final battle, planning for different outcomes and interacting with different people and places to gauge their support that takes up the majority of the book Eventually, Theodosia is also able to acquire Soren through some careful negotiation and use of illusions All in all, the book is leading up to the battle between Theodosia and Cress for the throne of Astrea.As I said in the introduction, I was very taken with the concept of this series There are a lot of young adult novels set in a Roman Empire esque world, but either they do not consider the indigenous voice or it fails to really delve into the subsequent effects of cultural imperialism The first book did this by exploring the power of names Theodosia was renamed Thora and her power was stripped from her she was no longer the daughter of a queen, but a mere captive raised from birth She had a complicated relationship with Cress, who was kind to her but also the daughter of someone, who oppressed her The story was always about Theodosia and Cress, but I felt like the author missed a beat This book dealt with some heavy themes, but important ones that were over time became overshadowed by typical YA storylines as well as the focus on strategy Overall, I wish this book had really considered those themes as it ended, maybe given Cress a perspective and avoid the whole dream thing and it would have made the ending of this book feel really powerful because it was character driven and not a whole mess of details.

  6. says:

    Heron breathes Me preCiOuS sMoL cHiLd I MuST pRoTeCC

  7. says:

    okay but like Theo better choose Blaise over S ren, i swear if she doesn t i will cry.

  8. says:

    I need to read it so bad It s literally torture to wait till 2020

  9. says:

    This book was received as an ARC from Random House Children s Delacorte Press in exchange for an honest review Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.A sister taken hostage with an evil power and the power of strength and good must stop her from overtaking the prince and destroying everything that comes in her way This book reminded me a lot of the Red Queen series due to the powerful conflict that was chosen for a young girl and the predicament her family has to endeavor to not only save her but the kingdom from the forces of evil Each page and each chapter was exciting than the next and just when you think you figured it all out, another twist comes and the story takes a whole new turn I could not put this book down and had to find out if Theo saves her sister, the prince and the kingdom You will not be disappointed from this book and I know this will be a great candidate for our next teen book club.We will consider adding this title to our YFiction collection at the library That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  10. says:

    Look at that gorgeous cover, I m salivating jk Also, this is kinda heartbreaking Cress against TheoI mean Cress was evil but she also wasn t I hate how it s come to this but we ll see how the author concludes it all D

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