The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1-4) By Emily R. King


    Emily R. King è 3 characters

    This was a good quick read. I lost steam in the third and fourth books but not enough to stop reading. Nothing to make you blush but definitely has love and physical attraction. No bad language at all! Lots of fighting scenes but nothing too gory. English A really good series of books. I power read through the first two books but started losing interest. I am glad I continued to read the last two, the story line was unexpected and kept me hooked. English This series got me into reading and into my favorite genre!
    I loved the characters and the worldbuilding, the magic, the royal aspects, also liked the romance...
    The third book was definitely my favorite - if you'd read it, you may know why...
    My ranking in my opinion:
    1. The third book
    2. The first book
    3. The fourth book
    4. And the second one
    But all of them are absolutely worth it! This world of magic, fire and power is amazing! English I really got into this series I listened to all 4 books in a matter of a week I do believe!! I DO NOT ever go for books like this, it was a random pick cause I wanted an audiobook to listen to while I worked! And low and behold I liked them all!
    Heck, I think it would make a good movie or tv series, cause it was interesting and I think it would be a great story line for the tv! I’d watch it, I’ve been wanting to say that since I read the series I juts haven’t gotten in here to do it!!!
    If you don’t read this genre, read this series cause it will keep you wanting more until the end! The writer done great on keeping it to where you’re want to finish!! English

    From Book 1:

    In Emily R. King’s thrilling fantasy debut, an orphan girl blossoms into a warrior, summoning courage and confidence in her fearless quest to upend tradition, overthrow an empire, and reclaim her life as her own.

    As an orphan ward of the Sisterhood in the ancient Tarachand Empire, eighteen-year-old Kalinda is destined for nothing more than a life of seclusion and prayer. Plagued by fevers, she’s an unlikely candidate for even a servant’s position, let alone a courtesan or wife. Her sole dream is to continue living in peace in the Sisterhood’s mountain temple.

    But a visit from the tyrant Rajah Tarek disrupts Kalinda’s life. Within hours, she is ripped from the comfort of her home, set on a desert trek, and ordered to fight for her place among the rajah’s ninety-nine wives and numerous courtesans. Her only solace comes in the company of her guard, the stoic but kind Captain Deven Naik.

    Faced with the danger of a tournament to the death—and her growing affection for Deven—Kalinda has only one hope for escape, and it lies in an arcane, forbidden power buried within her.

    The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1-4)