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Broken Throne

A Red Queen Collection
Written by: Victoria Aveyard
Length: 14 hrs and 10 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Return once more to the deadly and dazzling world of Red Queen in Broken Throne, a must-have companion to the chart-topping series from number one New York Times best-selling author Victoria Aveyard.

The perfect addition to the number one New York Times best-selling Red Queen series, this features three brand-new novellas, two previously published novellas, Steel Scars and Queen Song, and never-before-heard bonus scenes, journal entries, and much more exclusive content.

Fans will be delighted to catch up with beloved characters after the drama of War Storm and be excited to hear from brand-new voices as well. This stunning collection is not to be missed!

The complete list of narrators includes Amanda Dolan, Vikas Adam, Charlie Thurston, Erin Spencer, Andi Arndt, Jayne Entwistle, Nick Podehl, Emily Woo Zeller, Arielle DeLisle, and Stephen Graybill.

©2019 Victoria Aveyard (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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Broken Throne

The beginning starts off slow, but ride it out. It was the perfect ending. Will miss all these great characters. Can’t wait to see what Victoria Aveyard comes out with next.

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  • HB
  • Maple Shade, NJ, United States
  • 2019-05-14

Good Closure

I enjoyed the books, it wrapped things up nicely. Since I was looking for *what* the novellas were about and was struggling to find it before purchase, so I'll put it here. The first two are the previously released novellas, Queen Song and Steel Scars.

The first new novella takes place during the events of War Storm and is about a silver woman on the run and a river man in the Disputed lands (or free lands, depending on who you ask), and gives a good outside perspective (they hear about the lightning girl et al in the form of gossip), and you get a good feel for how other people live in this world.

The second new novella is about Evangeline and Elane right after War Storm living with the fall out from the events and trying to build a new life.

The third new novella is the one I was waiting for, taking place a couple months after War Storm when Mare and Cal meet back up.

Interwoven between them all is a historical narrative, telling about the formation and fall of the kingdoms, and ultimately giving what happened to Cal and Mare in the form of a historical narrative.

Overall, I enjoyed them all.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2019-07-23

Not great in audio

I think buying this book in audio was a mistake. It’s clearly meant for print or digital reading considering the content of the book. It’s mostly bland narration of background information for the rest of the series. I feel like I’m missing out on the actual purpose of the book, which is to show timelines and maps relating to the rest of the series like a “behind the scenes” look.

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  • HVTOK
  • 2019-06-13

Good wrap up.

I enjoyed the way closure to this story was presented by various angles. Also, the last perspective was well done.

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  • dana747
  • 2019-06-24

Same issue as before

I really enjoy this series. It’s one of my favorites. I have the same complaint as before. There is too much of the reading of reports!!
It’s like she put this long drug out nonsense to fill the pages.
Story line is great and keeps your interest all the way through. The characters draw you in.
This book finished everything up with a nice bow on top.
I hope she starts a brand new series.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-08-18

this was a great book. better I think then most of

the narrator's were good but one of them wasn't good at all compared to the rest of the narrator's.

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  • Katie
  • 2019-08-05

Best Dystopian I have read in years!!

I loved this story line!!! This book tied up all of the lingering loose ends from the other novels. I am so sad its over!

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  • Madeline Stoddart
  • 2019-08-02

~~~~TRIGGER WARNING~~~~~~

the book is a lovely companion to the red queen series, however it's important to note that 2 hours in the book depicts the act of suicide after battling with mental illness.
it it important to the story and done in a artful yet sensitive manner, but it may be disturbing for some listeners who are not prepared.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-08-01

Rushed?

I honestly could have done without this book. I would have just preferred to leave it where it was. At the beginning I was incredibly confused hearing the history of the the kings and queens.. I honestly didn't need that and felt like maybe it should have been covered earlier in the books but it wasn't really pertinent to the story. I was getting back stories on characters that I didn't even know (or just didn't catch their importance in the other books) and I've read all the books once and listened to all of them once, so I was a little confused by that. I guess the best way I can sum everything up is that I think the author felt rushed to give everyone an ending and added these back stories that I felt would have been better in other places in the previous books.
Don't get me wrong, I loved this series so incredibly much, but this final book just didn't do it for me.

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  • Candi
  • 2019-06-21

Everything but the kitchen sink

If you were like me, excited for the next book in the series to hear what happens next...? You'll be as disappointed as I am with this book!

The 1st 21 chapters were pure torture to get through!!! Just a bunch of miltary-like correspondence & history lessons. I felt like I was in school listening to my teacher drone on.

I normally ♡ Victoria Aveyard's books but it was like she just threw this book together... putting in a bunch of nonsense filler about characters that had very little to do with the Red Queen story, if they were even named at all, and then, when she finally got to the actual characters I was waiting to hear from (chapter 22) it was rushed to an uneventful ending in a sped up timeline. There was sooo much potential with the story and the characters. Im EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED!

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  • Candice R. Carsey
  • 2019-06-05

Hard to follow

The first 3/4 of the book are confusing listening to. The last part of the is great. Wraps up the characters wonderfully. The time lines are hard to listen to, the narrator is boring, very monotone.