Malin’s #CBR5 Review #6: Crown of Embers by Rae Carson

This book is the second book in the Fire and Thorns trilogy. While this review is unlikely to contain big spoilers for the previous book in the series, this book really doesn’t work well on its own, and it would be better if you started at the beginning with The Girl of Fire and Thorns.

Now the widowed queen of a constantly besieged country, Elisa is doing her best to be a better ruler than her weak and cowardly former husband, but as she’s still only seventeen, and not exactly experienced as a ruler, she’s not having an easy job of it. The only people she can trust implicitly are her closest servants and Hector, the head of her Royal guard.

Read the rest of this review on my blog.


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