Book Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard || Jirah Merizz
So hello everyone! This is one of the books that I’ve been loving this month! I just borrowed this book, and I’m definitely in love with it.
I like Mare’s personality. I usually enjoy if the main character is chatty, but Mare isn’t, and I love that she’s like that. The way how she fought for her friends and for her brother and family, it’s just so lovely.
Oh, and I actually love the two princes as well. (And hate the queen.)
I suggest you to read this book if you still haven’t. You’ll surely enjoy everything in it. Too bad, I want to add this on my collection of books, but yeah, maybe I’ll buy one soon (when I’ve got enough money haha.)
I’m not yet finished with it but I’m like 50 pages away from the ending. I can’t wait to see what happens!
Below are the infamous quotes of the said book:
(I don’t own anything. Saw it on Pinterest.)
I really really suggest you to read this. This is worth a shot! So here’s the book description:
Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood—those with red and those with silver. Mare and her family are lowly Reds, destined to serve the Silver elite whose supernatural abilities make them nearly gods. Mare steals what she can to help her family survive, but when her best friend is conscripted into the army she gambles everything to win his freedom. A twist of fate leads her to the royal palace itself, where, in front of the king and all his nobles, she discovers a power of her own—an ability she didn’t know she had. Except . . . her blood is Red.
To hide this impossibility, the king forces her into the role of a lost Silver princess and betroths her to one of his own sons. As Mare is drawn further into the Silver world, she risks her new position to aid the Scarlet Guard—the leaders of a Red rebellion. Her actions put into motion a deadly and violent dance, pitting prince against prince—and Mare against her own heart.
From debut author Victoria Aveyard comes a lush, vivid fantasy series where loyalty and desire can tear you apart and the only certainty is betrayal.
My rating: 4 out of 5 stars.
There, thank you for reading. I hope you’re doing good wherever you are,