The Warrior Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #4) by Emily R. King

The Warrior Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #4)

In the final volume of The Hundredth Queen Series, Kalinda will risk everything to save the man she loves.Kalinda has brought peace to the Tarachand Empire, at least for now. Bhutas no longer need to hide their gifts. The last of the rebels have been banished. And Prince Ashwin is set to take over as rajah.But for Kalinda, this all came at a great loss. Her childhood home. Her best friend. The love of her life.Deven is still trapped in the Void, ...


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TitleThe Warrior Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #4)
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Release DateAug 14th, 2018
PublisherSkyscape
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Romance
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Reviews The Warrior Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #4)

  • Lillian ☁ Cloud 9 Books ☁
    1970-01-01
    ***** 3.5 Stars *****Cannot be read as a standalone. Not really impressed. Decent ending to an interesting series. Kalinda is trying to save Deven from the Void. Prince Ashwin is trying to unify his nation. Deven is trying to survive in the Void.I think this series should have ended at the 3rd book (with a different ending). I've lost interest in the storyline and characters.
  • Esmay
    1970-01-01
    I received an ARC from Netgalley in exhange for an honest review. Darkness holds secrets few see or seek. But when one spends as much time as I do studying the shadows, they reveal unique textures that brush over my skin. 4 Stars.After the decline in me liking books two and three I aticipated to like this one, but not as much as the first one. I believed that this series did not need a fourth book and man was I wrong. This conclusion was ever...
  • Ashy Khaira
    1970-01-01
    Kalinda is descended from the Bhuta line,where they are half gods.To help protect the people of the kingdom that they live in.Deven was taken into the underworld,the void where he slowly fades away,wasting before her eyes as his memory of her fades until he no longer remember who she is.Kalinda travels to help save him into the void where she finds out about her past lives,one of that as Cala,who loved the fire god,and innana the goddess who fell...
  • Ana (thestarslisten)
    1970-01-01
    *ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.* The most beautiful and emotional end to a series I have ever read. Emily R. King wields magic through her words. SPOILER FREE “You are a warrior. You were born to shine. Embrace how powerful you truly are and carve your destiny from the sun.” P L O T Even hours after I finished reading this book all I could say was “WOW”. I’m like Howie Mandel from America’s Got Talent af...
  • Leah
    1970-01-01
    Well, that's finally over.I'll begin with a positive. The cover is my favourite of the four. The colour, the fire dragon = perfect.Everything else was not worth getting into. It pains me to say it, but this is a story, a series, that would have been better if written by someone else. What should be a vibrant and magical tale falls flat in world-building, characters, dialogue, and overall writing. It's funny, but every time I read one of these boo...
  • Shannon Dyer
    1970-01-01
    Round up to 3.5 stars. This wasn’t quite as engrossing as the previous books, but it’s still a fitting conclusion to the series. Review to come at AAR.
  • R.Q. Woodward
    1970-01-01
    Enjoyed it! The climax is superb. Everything comes together in an excellent way. An interesting and entertaining end to the series.
  • Anca
    1970-01-01
    I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review through NetGalley.Ehhhhh...I think that sums up my feelings on the entire series, especially The Warrior Queen. I was not all that impressed with this one, and out of them all it lacked the most action. There were some parts that dragged and seemed to take forever to happen. This isn't the kind of series that enraptures and whisks you away someplace special and magical. I don't know...
  • Kayelyn
    1970-01-01
    We all need to reach deep down inside of us at times to be all that we can be. We are more than we think we are in most instances and taking the journey with Kalinda as she discovers her true heritage and who she really is was and how she can conquers the road blocks and battles the demons on her way was a great read. Learning that rising above a heritage that is less than honorable is a great challenge that Ashwin handled with steadfast efforts....
  • Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
    1970-01-01
    Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review!Find this review and more on my blog The Rest Is Still Unwritten!The Warrior Queen by Emily R. King is the fourth and final novel in The Hundredth Queen series and is a commanding and action packed finale to this riveting desert fantasy full of adventure, danger and thrilling romance.Former Kindred Kalinda has helped bring peace t...
  • Vicky
    1970-01-01
    I absolutely fell in love with The Hundredth Queen series by Emily R. King. It just has such a beautiful and intricate world, I dove right in and wanted to know more about it. It’s got incredible magic, hidden princes, badass ladies who kick a lot of ass and an absolutely swoony ship that had me going ‘just get your act together already’ for three books! But this one takes the cake! It is my favourite out of this quartet and that probably s...
  • Michaela Whitney
    1970-01-01
    I received an ARC copy of The Warrior Queen by Emily R King from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Kalinda is still reeling from her battle with the demon Kur. She lost a hand in the battle, and Deven has been taken into the underworld in The Void. As a mortal, his life must be saved or he will die an eternal death and will never be reborn. Kali would lose her chance to be with him forever.Frantic to find a way, she delves deep into rese...
  • Taffy
    1970-01-01
    Opening line:"The rani rushed into the nursery."The fourth and final (say it isn't so!!!) book in the The Hundredth Queen series. I've enjoyed the journey and can't wait to read more of Emily King's books!The story follows Kalinda as she makes hard decisions and tries to do what is right by everyone. But one person will require her sacrificing herself to save.Ashwin is another POV. He tries to not be his father and do right by his kingdom, but ma...
  • Teralyn Mitchell
    1970-01-01
    ***I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review through NetGalley.***I absolutely loved this book! I have been wanting to read it since I found out there was a fourth book and I finished The Rouge Queen so I was so excited when I got the advanced copy of this book. I was not disappointed with this conclusion. I love Kalinda and Deven and Ashwin. I also liked Pons, Indah, Yatin, Netesa, Gemi, Tinley, and Enlil. I loved Kalinda...
  • Mrs. Kenyon
    1970-01-01
    The Tarachand Empire is finally experiencing a time of peace and the Bhutas don’t have to practice their gifts in secret. Prince Ashwin is ready to become rajah, but Kalinda still thinks about what she had to give up to make all of this happen. Even though Deven must stay in the Void, he has lasted longer than most humans and is even able to visit Kalinda at night. Is there a way for Kalinda to save the man she loves? How long will the peace in...
  • Megan Lowe
    1970-01-01
    I actually enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. I said at the end of the last book I didn't see the point for this book, but it was good to see the rebuilding of the empire. I liked Kali in this book, but Ashwin got on my nerves. I also thought the order of the chapters was a little off. There were times when I wanted a certain pov but it didn't come.I also thought some of the solutions came to easily, especially with Tinley and Ashwin ...
  • Francesca
    1970-01-01
    *Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with a free copy for an honest review*DNF.It's such a bad book. The cultural appropriation is obvious and blatant: despite the author stating that nothing, expect for the religion of one group of people, is inspired by real ethnicities, it's clear and kinda "in your face" that she basically lumped the indian subcontinent's cultures and choose and pick what she wanted.The writing is stilted a...
  • Cathy
    1970-01-01
    The final book in the Hundredth Queen series! I'm sad it's completed and we won't get any more books in this beautiful world!I really liked this final installment! We get 3 different points of view, which wouldn't have worked for book one, but works fantastically for book 4! I loved getting a glimpse into the lives and worlds of the gods and demons.Overall, a nice, satisfying conclusion for these wonderful characters!*I received a free digital AR...
  • Princess
    1970-01-01
    I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The first part of the book kind of dragged for me but made up for it at the end. I adore Deven. I do not know why this author doesn’t get more attention. Her world was so exciting. Pick up these books today
  • Brittany Dooley
    1970-01-01
    3.5 stars I received an arc from net galley and the publisher for an honest review. Thank you!! Good ending to an interesting series. Ratings: Writing 4/5 Pace: 3/5 World: 3/5 Characters: 3/5 Plot: 3/5.