Book Review: The Seventh Queen by Greta Kelly

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Title: The Seventh Queen (Warrior Witch Duology #2)

Author:Greta Kelly

Publisher: Harper Voyager

Publication date: November 2, 2021

Genre: Fantasy

One Sentence Summary: Askia has been captured by her enemy, Radovan, and is destined for death, but, in the 30 days she has left, she’s determined to make him fall and find a way out.

Overall

The Seventh Queen is the second half of the Warrior Witch Duology, so it follows on the heels of The Frozen Crown. Askia has been taken from Vishir to the cold, Northern court of Radovan, a powerful man intent on draining her magic from her before killing her. But Askia is determined to escape, or at least sow discontent in his court, with the help of the ghosts of his former queens. I couldn’t help feeling a little confused by this duology. The cliffhanger at the end of the first book…

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