Crown of Death by Keary Taylor

Crown of Death

Years of bad luck have made Logan Pierce a little bitter, but it all goes from bad to worse the night she witnesses two immortal beings rip a man’s head off with their bare hands.Her life is wrecked overnight by a single man—Cyrus, who seems to think she’s someone important in his bloody world. But they won’t know the truth until she’s dead, and he’s very anxious to help her get there.But Logan isn’t going down without a fight. She ...


Details Crown of Death

TitleCrown of Death
Author
Release DateDec 28th, 2017
GenreParanormal, Vampires, Science Fiction Fantasy
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Reviews Crown of Death

  • Courtney
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Stars Keary has revived my love for this saga with Crown of Death.Let me give you a quick rundown - House of Royals is a series of 8 books; the first 5 books are Alivia's and the last 3books are Elle's. I personally feel that Elle's books should have been spin-offs within the series, as Keary has done with Crown of Death. You do not need to read the previous 8 books to read this one, however, I highly recommend doing so as we are first introd...
  • Kimberly
    1970-01-01
    Holy cow! I finished this book in half a day, I seriously couldn’t put it down!!! This is a new series to follow after Ms. Taylor’s House of Royal series.Logan is just trying to live her life and do the best she can at being happy. Then she witness some major atrocities at work and wonders how and why something so awful could take place. That is where she starts to stumble and fall head first into a world she didn’t know was real. Vampires ...
  • Gemma Ironside
    1970-01-01
    ** WARNING REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS**Crown of Death is the latest book by author Keary Taylor. This book can be read as part of the House of Royals series or as a stand-alone book.This book introduces Alivia’s daughter Logan, when she is spotted by another royal who immediately calls on King Cyrus. We have met King Cyrus before in previous books but this book shows a completely new side to him when it comes to Logan. He is soft, sweet, carin...
  • JanaLee Longhurst
    1970-01-01
    King Cyrus is back. I can’t shake this guy. He’s one of the bad guys I feel guilty about liking. He does horrible things. Horrible. And just when I think he’s gone too far, he flashes a glimpse of his humanity and I’m mesmerized again. Crown of Death is written as a stand-alone, which is great for suggesting it to my reader friends who haven’t read any of Keary Taylor’s earlier books, but if you’ve read the House of Royals series or...
  • Sheena
    1970-01-01
    This is a brand new series from Keary Taylor set in the House of Royals world. It helps if you've read the previous books but it's really not required as this stands alone quite well.Cyrus was always a compelling character and I'm glad we're getting a bit more time with him, and seeing him become a lot more interesting and fleshed out. Logan is a good choice as the protagonist, she's someone who knows nothing of Cyrus' world (or her family's worl...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    I loved this new direction keary is taking this series in!!!The introduction of a new set of characters brings freshness and a vibrancy to the story. Logan is an amazing young woman. We start the story by following Logan through her life, meeting her friends and getting all the information we need to see she’s a strong independent woman. Then crud hits the fan and she’s found by vampires. This is where the spin is and we find out who she is. ...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    ‘Crown of Death’ Book One was fast paced and exciting. Logan is a great protagonist - she's ballsy and believable and I found myself really enjoying her story. The relationship between her Cyrus adds a new dimension to the ongoing plot and some intriguing romance. I loved how this book can be read as the first of a new set of books or as a continuation of the previous books. ‘Crown of Death’ weaves well into the previous storylines and I ...
  • Kate
    1970-01-01
    This is the book that I've been waiting for since I read the last book focusing on Alivia (book 5) on the House of Royals. I've always wondered about a certain person and now I have my answers. I'm also happy to read a book that allowed me to see more of King Cyrus. The main female character in this book, Logan, seems to me like a mix of Alivia and Elle. She is a very strong, independent character who can be annoying at times. The book is definit...
  • Kristine (A Cozy Booknook)
    1970-01-01
    I have been hoping for this story and I’m not disappointed. The author has crafted a complex world full of politics, intriguing characters, love and hope. The story quickly pulled me in and kept me glued to the pages. While this series can be started here, I do suggest starting with House of Royals, book one. A better understanding of Cyrus and his personality can be gained from doing so, as well as the history with certain characters. This is ...
  • Claire Henson
    1970-01-01
    I was so excited to hear that Keary was doing a spin off and concentrating on King Cyrus's storyline and it didn't disappoint. I devoured this book within a day. It is well written and engaging. The female lead is just as strong as alivia and I am looking forward to the next book.....I literally cannot wait! I don't want to ruin or give any of the storyline away so I'm no count to saying anything about the storyline but I hope that Keary is glued...