Six criminals plan to break into an unbreakable prison to break out a scientist to stop spreading a drug that might be the end of all.
When apprentice librarian Elisabeth Scrivener is implicated in sabotage that release the library's most dangerous grimoire, she becomes entangled in a centuries-old conspiracy that could mean the end of everything.
After Glendower's daughter Gwenllian has been found, the group of Gansey, Ronan, Adam and Blue discover that a dark presence is killing Cabeswater, the mystical forest. Now it is more important than ever to find the Welsh king, to stop the demon and to grant Gansey his wish.
In search for the Welsh king Owen Glendower, the group of Gansey, Ronan, Adam and Blue takes it a step further and start searching various caves around Cabeswater. Learning more about each individual powers makes the game not only way more dangerous, it also pulls in opponents they'd rather not have.
It's the finale book in the series! Jules wants to throw off Katherine from her throne, Mirabella just wants peace between her sisters and Arsinoe wants to have a normal life but hates Katherine. Katherine can transfer the dead queens into war gifted priestess Rho. There's still the secret of the murderous mist and how it's possible to make it vanish.
Arsinoe, Mirabella and Billy made it to the mainland while Jules decided to join the warriors in Bastian City. Ultimately, she gets pushed into the role of the Legion Queen to usurp the current reigning Queen Katharine. Arsinoe starts having dreams about Daphne, a girl who was the best friend of the former Blue Queen Illiann a couple of centuries ago.
Katharine, Arsinoe and Mirabelle are gifted triplets of Queen Camille, who reigns the country before another queen is crowned. Tradition says that one of the three sisters will be crowned while the other two die by the hand of the winning queen
I got The Beholder by Anna Bright in my FairyLoot May 2019 box. The cover was beautiful, so I had to properly review it!
April is all about the graphic novels I read, well, mostly. I also read for the Easter Readathon, but not really successfully.