ARC Review: The Queen's Wing by Jessica Thorne

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(The Queen's Wing #1)
 Published : 04 / 12 / 2018  by Bookouture

   Genre : 
    Young Adult Fiction || Fantasy || Romance || Sci-Fi

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Bel never wanted to be Queen, and thank the Gods of Vairian that she won’t have to. Until her beautiful world is bombed by war-loving murderers, forcing her Father into the throne - And Bel into an arranged marriage on another planet. Gone is her life of flying the Wasp, the freedom, the hope that one day she and Shae might have a chance to acknowledge this burning between them. After seeing Anathease and their beautiful ruler, Bel may find that there are worse things than a throne she didn’t want, and better than pining after a lost chance.

Thank you to the publisher for a free galley in exchange for an honest review 
~ No compensation was given for this review ~ 

Okay, yes! I loved this book! The character development, the amazing writing style, and the way that I was just able to fall straight into the book without a care in the world all were amazing! I could read ‘A Queen’s Wing’ again and again until the second book comes out, because trust me, I will definitely be waiting. I felt that the characters had the perfect amount of tying to the plot, and yet still giving enough space to leave you wondering whether or not they are everything that they make out to be. Unless, of course, they are a Mecha in disguise. Hmm….

However, most will know that I absolutely love the Red Queen Series by Victoria Aveyard. And I did, at more than one point at the beginning of the book, wonder Am I reading another version of Red Queen Series? But fear not! It took me only another chapter or so to realise how wrong I was, how I had badly interpreted this book because this is obviously one of the authors own imaginative writing style. I thought, however, that Bel did not display as many of her fears and losses as much as I would have thought. Yet, on a different note, I was impressed by how Jessica Thorne was able to (in my opinion) show the difference between Bel’s relationship.

Overall, I would say keep both eyes out for this amazing book, and after that, I believe you’ll be on the same page *get it?* as me about wanting the next one ASAP.
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