Thursday, June 13, 2019

The Cursed Queen by Sarah Fine - OPTIONAL

The Cursed Queen (Imposter Queen, #2) by Sarah Fine, 417 pages.  Margaret K. McElderry (Simon and Schuster), 2017.  $13.  

Content: Language: PG (1 swear); Mature Content: PG-13; Violence: PG-13.  



Ansa is a warrior and has worked hard to feel as though she belongs to the warrior people called Krigere.  She is in love with the chieftain’s daughter, Thyra, and although Ansa was taken from her people as a baby, she loves the Krigere.  When a battle between the Krigere and the Kupari goes very wrong, Ansa finds herself with powers of ice and fire, but nobody to help her learn how to wield them.  Ansa must figure out who she can trust, and who side she wants to fight for.  

This is the second book in the series, and the beginning was action-packed and interesting, but the middle slowed down and was boring.  I have high hopes for the third book because the two different worlds of the first and the second book should collide.  The content includes people who die because they are instantly frozen to death as well as burned to death.  The mature content is make-out sessions between the two girls.  

Reviewer, C. Peterson

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