Release Date: September 28, 2010
Page Count: 586
I was really excited for 'The Exiled Queen', after loving 'The Demon King' so much. I have to sat that it did a great job at entertaining me. It wasn't until the very last few chapters that I started to get bored with the book. Don't get me wrong, I am still greatly looking forward to reading 'The Gray Wolf Throne' when it comes out in August. However, at the end of 'The Exiled Queen', I just found myself disinterested in what was happening with the characters. I still love Han and Raisa, but I find it a little irritating at this point that we are going into the third book in a four book series and the two main characters have barely (finally) meet each other. That fact is getting a little repetitive and the fact that I was finished with over half of the book before Han and Raisa even met each other. It get's a little old. It does set up great character development for both Han and Raisa and all the other characters, but call me stingy, I like my main characters to be together for the majority of the book, especially since Han and Raisa are really good together (adorable even). For the most part I loved 'The Exiled Queen', but I had to give it only 4 out of 5 stars because at the end of the book, it just didn't do anything for me anymore. Hopefully, 'The Gray Wolf Throne' will save the series for me.