A Queen in Hiding by Sarah Kozloff
A Queen in Hiding
Written by Sarah Kozloff
Published by Tor Books
Publication date: 21st January 2020
Summary (from Goodreads):
Orphaned, exiled and hunted, Cérulia, Princess of Weirandale, must master the magic that is her birthright, become a ruthless guerilla fighter, and transform into the queen she is destined to be.
But to do it she must win the favor of the spirits who play in mortal affairs, assemble an unlikely group of rebels, and wrest the throne from a corrupt aristocracy whose rot has spread throughout her kingdom.
This is the beginning of an epic fantasy series that you don’t want to miss!
I went into this completely blind, having read no more than the synopsis on Goodreads, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it, after taking some time to initially get into the story. Multiple perspectives give you snippets of world-building which, while at first a bit confusing, starts to come together in a satisfying way by the end of the first book, leaving lots of potential for the situation to explode in various ways during the next book in the series.
Watch out for my full review, coming soon!
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