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Download reader ç The Hundredth Queen 302 pages Í Emily R. King ´ As an orphan ward of the Sisterhood eighteen year old Kalinda is destined for nothing than a life of seclusion and prayer Plagued by fevers she’s an unlikely candidate for even a servant’s position let alone a courtesan or wife Her sole Death and her growing affection for Deven Kalinda has only one hope for escape and it lies in an arcane forbidden power buried within herIn Emily R King’s thrilling fantasy debut an orphan girl blossoms into a warrior summoning courage and confidence in her fearless uest to upend tradition overthrow an empire and reclaim her life as her o Before I get into why this book is only 3 stars I will say some positives I was always engaged in the storyline; there was never a moment where I thought I should put this down or not finish It was an entertaining and easy to follow plot and though there was no massive world building the author also never created a confusing environment Everything that happened had a complete explanation If you are worried about spoilers you should stop reading hereThe best part of this book was the villains The Rajah the Warlord the warlord's daughter and the first wife of Rajah Tarek were the driving force of the entire story Just about every dynamic moment directly stemmed from them Kalinda was almost never acting on her own but either under direct order or in direct reaction to something they did In the end she decided to make her first proactive decision which showed a good character arc I'm sure we will see for the rest of the series but that doesn't stop her presence from being underwhelming at times in the textDeven was also a little underwhelming his only purpose centered around Kalinda so he lacked a bit of his own identity one I am sure will grow as the series goes on His brother though caught my attention and stole every scene he was in I was not a fan of their instalove eitherNetesa was so meh to me She was the first sorta minor antagonist we see but she's so irrelevant throughout the book that their later friendship just didn't do anything for me Jaya was my least favorite character that you're supposed to like It's just assumed their best friends on the first page but there is almost no connection between them except what Kalinda says They behave like two women with a long and honestly romantic history but there were like no flashbacks and very few anecdotes to build the relationship up so I only knew they were best friends or soulmates cause the text said so As such her death fell flat with meOverall I will finish this series I will probably be entertained by this series but yeah

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Rajah Tarek disrupts Kalinda’s life Within hours she is ripped from the comfort of her home set on a desert trek and ordered to fight for her place among the rajah’s ninety nine wives and numerous courtesans Her only solace comes in the company of her guard the stoic but kind Captain Deven NaikFaced with the danger of a tournament to the Another appropriating white author who doesn't understand that india is not a monolith Trash

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The Hundredth QueenAs an orphan ward of the Sisterhood eighteen year old Kalinda is destined for nothing than a life of seclusion and prayer Plagued by fevers she’s an unlikely candidate for even a servant’s position let alone a courtesan or wife Her sole dream is to continue living in peace in the Sisterhood’s mountain templeBut a visit from the tyrant Insta love Rape Stereotypes Patriarchy Manipulation YA tropes It was a lost cause If only I knew