**There are spoilers in this review**
I love the Red Queen series, almost as much as I love the Hunger Games or Harry Potter. I love the world, the characters, the storylines, just everything about the books. I read the second book in two days, I think. Well, here we are almost a year later after I read the second book and my love didn’t change until I finished King’s Cage.
Now don’t get me wrong, I have a great love for this series, but what the actual heck. We spend a lot of the book with Mare in prison, which was fun for the most part. About halfway through the book, I got bored of that, but Victoria Aveyard did an excellent job at keeping it exciting and making it not feel like the same day over and over again. While Mare is in this prison, we find out that Farley is pregnant! Like this just broke my heart. RIP Shade. But we find this news out through Cameron’s viewpoint. Was it just me or did anyone else find she storyline a little weird? I honestly was kind of bored and didn’t want to read her chapters. That’s not what made me stop reading though.
For two and a half books, we have been building this love story between Cal and Mare, just so that Cal can be given an ultimatum; to be with Mare and give up his crown, or marry Evangeline and become king. That was all fine, UNTIL HE PICKS EVANGELINE! Like what?! He tells Mare not to worry about anything, sleeps with her, protects her, and when given a chance, he doesn’t pick her. Like I understand why, and I love that the author did this, but seriously? And then end the book there? Like what the actual heck.
I honestly took a week or so off of writing and reading because I was so mad at Cal. I know he’s a fictional person and all, but he made me angry. I tried to read the book three times before I finally was able to get passed it. All in all, though, it was a good book, with a twist I didn’t see coming. Per the usual, the storytelling is excellent, the dialog is perfect, and some part made me laugh. I do suggest reading this book or actually, go ahead and reread the whole series. I know I will be..after I get over how it all ended, but that; s for a different day!
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