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THE QUEEN OF NOTHING - Book Review

Author: Holly Black

Genre: Novel

Publisher: Little, Brown Books for You

Pages: 336

Price: $11.69


THE QUEEN OF NOTHING - Book Review

About The Author


Holly Black is the top-rated creator of contemporary imaginary novels for youngsters and kids, comprising The Folk of the Air trilogy, Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale, and the no: 1 New York Times smash hit Spiderwick series.


She has been a qualifier for the Eisner Award and the Andre Norton Award & Mythopoeic Award's beneficiary. Holly resides in Massachusetts with her significant other, Theo, in a home with a private library. Her site is www.blackholly.com.


Review


Broken folks, convoluted families, sorcery, and faerie governmental issues: Black's back. After the turbulent completion of the last volume (marriage, oust, and the appearing breakdown of every one of her plots), Jude winds up in the human world, which needs claim regardless of a youth spent yearning to return.


The cost of her childhood turns out to be clear: A human brought up in the multihued, diverse, consistently eccentric Faerie High Court by the one who slaughtered her folks, prepared for interest and battle, selected to a government agent association, and at last the force behind the upset and the most recent High King, Jude no longer sees how to exist joyfully in a world that isn't brimming with enchantment and peril.


A request from her offended twin sends her covertly back to Faerie, where things quickly reach a boiling point with Cardan (ruler, adversary, love interest) and every one of the numerous political strands Jude has pulled on for as long as two volumes.


Fresh readers should return to The Cruel Prince (2018) to follow the intricacies—political and individual side plots proliferate — yet the armies of setting up fans will adore the entire richly portrayed, firmly plotted a set of three nearer.