The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Posted June 9, 2015 by Spetzi in Book Reviews, Fiction, Young Adult / 0 Comments

On a white background a silver diadem crown hangs upside down, dripping blood (This YA review was written by Spetzi, 11)

The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard is one of my favorite fantasy books involving supernatural beings. My classmate got sick of me groaning when the teacher started a lesson, because I couldn’t stop myself from sighing when I was forced to stop it!

(Spetzi has placed the rest of this review behind a spoiler tag. Major plot points may be revealed, or the book summarized.)

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Read this book if you want an exciting book and have lots of free time you won’t have to stop reading it in, because if you do you might annoy somebody just as much as I did.

(Note From Meoskop: Adult readers of The Red Queen had serious issues with the world building and felt key events were resolved without much logic to further the plot. However, Spetzi’s reaction is consistent with other target market readers. This YA is meant for actual YA readers, among whom it’s a hit.)