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Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

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Fans of acclaimed author Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood will devour her latest novel, a dark and inventive fantasy about three sisters who must fight to the death to become queen.



  • Initially, the reviews appeared somewhat mixed which made me slightly hesitant. I comprehend the concerns people had about the book being slow, however, I came to realize that the author is actually weaving three different tales within one book, and the fact that she managed to keep it relatively short is quite remarkable. She had to introduce three distinct characters and provide enough background information about each of them, so that readers could truly invest in their stories before the action commenced. Personally, I would have preferred if the book was longer because there were instances where other characters would talk about the main characters, and I wished I could have witnessed their perspectives rather than simply being informed about them. However, I do understand that this approach could potentially alienate a significant portion of the fanbase. There were moments when I had doubts about continuing with the series as the plot seemed a bit far-fetched to me, but everything starts to come together towards the end. The ending itself makes the entire book worthwhile and now I'm eagerly anticipating the opportunity to read the second installment. Initially, it was a little challenging to differentiate between the girls due to the narrator's performance, as there wasn't much distinction in their voices. However, I quickly grasped their individual personalities and was able to easily identify who people were referring to. This book series gives off a vibe reminiscent of a young adult version of Game of Thrones.
  • The narrator doesn't do a good job distinguishing between the voices of the sisters. If you could actually understand what's happening, the story might be alright... but honestly, it's not that impressive either.
  • Following the review of 'Three Dark Crowns': This book proved to be quite challenging to keep up with, although it did have its engaging moments. However, the plot seemed to lack direction and ultimately left me dissatisfied with its non-conclusive ending. Absolutely dreadful!
  • The book delved into the individual challenges faced by each queen, which unfortunately proved to be uninteresting. Similarly, their romantic relationships failed to captivate my attention. Furthermore, the inclusion of the other two sisters and their respective lives felt monotonous.
  • The story in 'Three Dark Crowns' is pretty cool, but to really get the full experience, you gotta dive into all three books. Otherwise, it feels like it abruptly cuts off in the middle of the story.
  • I really made an effort to enjoy this book, and I succeeded until I reached a point where I couldn't bear the physical "torture" inflicted by those in positions of power upon the girls.
  • I'm completely obsessed with this book from start to finish. I couldn't put it down for a second. The conclusion will leave you desperate for the next installment. If you're anything like me, it's a must-read because I rarely come across a book or series that keeps me engrossed non-stop. This one easily tops my list of favorites.