Queen Coriane, first wife of King Tiberias, keeps a secret diary—how else can she ensure that no one at the palace will use her thoughts against her? Coriane recounts her heady courtship with the crown prince, the birth of a new prince, Cal, and the potentially deadly challenges that lay ahead for her in royal life.
Coriane Jacos never would have dreamed of being a queen. She grew to live a simple life in her home together with her brother, Julian, her best friend, Sara, and her cousin, Jessamine.
But all of that changed when her uncle, Jared Jacos, the governor of the Aderonak Region died.
When they moved to Archeon, she met Tiberias the fifth, the next king of Norta. As the relationship between them goes deeper and the challenges they face became worst, there is only one thing that concluded it all, and that is, love alone cannot conquer it all.
- The story is lusciously written. It’s like having your favorite desert served in a very beautiful plate. It’s just so delicious!
- The story is written in a third person point of view. It’s so refreshing to have an omnipresent narrator for a change.
- There is so much going on despite the fact that the novella is only a hundred pages long. Well, to tell you honestly, this is the first novella that I have read and I was so surprised on how informative it is.
- From Coriane’s childhood to Cal’s birth to her death, every single detail came in in a perfect pace. It is not too slow neither it is too fast.
I have nothing more to say when it comes to this novella. It’s just so perfect!
So for Red Queen fans out there, I encourage you to grab a copy of Queen Song in your local bookstores NOW!
See you in my next blog post!
Note: You can also read this novella together with Steel Scars in Cruel Crown. Hope you’ll enjoy reading it!