Banished by Asa at the end of Grace and Fury, Nomi and Malachi find themselves powerless and headed towards their all-but-certain deaths. Now that Asa sits on the throne, he will stop at nothing to make sure Malachi never sets foot in the palace again. Their only hope is to find Nomi’s sister, Serina, on the prison island of Mount Ruin. But when Nomi and Malachi arrive, it is not the island of conquered, broken women that they expected. It is an island in the grip of revolution, and Serina–polite, submissive Serina–is its leader.
Betrayal, grief, and violence have changed both sisters, and the women of Mount Ruin have their sights set on revenge beyond the confines of their island prison. They plan to sweep across the entire kingdom, issuing in a new age of freedom for all. But first they’ll have to get rid of Asa, and only Nomi knows how.
Separated once again, this time by choice, Nomi and Serina must forge their own paths as they aim to tear down the world they know, and build something better in its place.
The stakes are higher and the battles bolder in Tracy Banghart’s unputdownable sequel to Grace and Fury.
Queen of Ruin is book two of Grace and Fury. If you have yet read Grace and Fury, you don’t need to read my mini review.
Serina who was once a grace is now leader to a rebellion on Mount Ruin. She became a warrior over time and ready to fight. Fate has it one of the ships that comes has her sister on it and a half dying heir. What stories does her sister hold and can the new heir be trusted?
Mostly this book was a quick read also. I did love the story and characters all over again. I’m sad this is the end of the series. I like how much the sisters has grown over time and still love each no matter what happen in past.
A war is coming, you must find out how it will end. This book just recently release today.