The Scarecrow Queen (The Sin Eater’s Daughter #3) @IreadYA by Melinda Salisbury ~ Review

The Scarecrow Queen (The Sin Eater’s Daughter #3)
Paperback320 pages
Expected publication: October 31st 2017 
by Scholastic Press
Source: ARC provided by publisher
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


The final battle is coming . . .

As the Sleeping Prince tightens his hold on Lormere and Tregellan, the net closes in on the ragged band of rebels trying desperately to defeat him. Twylla and Errin are separated, isolated, and running out of time. The final battle is coming, and Aurek will stop at nothing to keep the throne forever . . .

Explosive, rich and darkly addictive, this is the stunning conclusion to Mel Salisbury's internationally best-selling trilogy that began with The Sin Eater's Daughter.


Thank you Scholastic for sending me a copy of The Scarecrow Queen for review. This in no way affected my opinion.

I loved The Sin Eater's Daughter and then I fell in Love with Erin's journey in The Sleeping Prince. Now both Twylla and Erin's journey come together in The Scarecrow Queen. I love a strong female and both Twylla and Erin are strong in different ways.

Twylla really finds herself and her strength and confidence in becoming a leader in this final book. Erin struggles under the control of the Sleeping Prince but never gives up her will or determination.

This is one of my favorite fantasy series and this final book is full of twists and turns, magic and swoon, and a while lot of action. Not everyone will make it out alive in this battle and fight between good and bad.

This is a must read and I am so excited to read whatever Melinda Salisbury writes next!

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About the Author:
Melinda Salisbury lives by the sea, somewhere in the south of England. As a child she genuinely thought Roald Dahl’s Matilda was her biography, in part helped by her grandfather often mistakenly calling her Matilda, and the local library having a pretty cavalier attitude to the books she borrowed. Sadly she never manifested telekinetic powers. She likes to travel, and have adventures. She also likes medieval castles, non-medieval aquariums, Richard III, and all things Scandinavian The Sin Eater's Daughter is her first novel. She can be found on Twitter at @MESalisbury, though be warned, she tweets often.


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