Talia

Talia Teenage queen Talia struggles with her own self destructive ways while trying to be a compassionate and fair ruler in a land of magic werewolves and vampires Within her lies a darkness one that w

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  • Title: Talia
  • Author: Christy King
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Teenage queen, Talia, struggles with her own self destructive ways, while trying to be a compassionate and fair ruler in a land of magic, werewolves, and vampires Within her lies a darkness one that will endanger the very people of her kingdom In an attempt to protect them, she makes a pact with the vampires in a bid for peace In the end, the trust she offers may be tTeenage queen, Talia, struggles with her own self destructive ways, while trying to be a compassionate and fair ruler in a land of magic, werewolves, and vampires Within her lies a darkness one that will endanger the very people of her kingdom In an attempt to protect them, she makes a pact with the vampires in a bid for peace In the end, the trust she offers may be the very thing that leads to her own demise.

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    1. I loved Talia. Never reading a YA Dark Fantasy novel I initially imagined it to be a simple plot, but the book opens with an innocent feel soon exploding into a complex plot for the more mature young adult.The Author built a story around much thought and preparation. One that weaves through many difficulties in real life Bravo… The young queen, Talia is born to a life of pain. She succeeds her parents at a dangerously young age. She now must rule the kingdom of Areie against warring vampires a [...]

    2. Wow this book had more plot twists and turns than most I read, and was not a bright shiny happy tale by any degree YET it held it's own in a unique telling by the author. While dealing with magical elements that have become all the rage in contemporary writing this was a very different story and held my attention from beginning to end with a few parts that I did struggle BUT overall I thought that the author did a beautiful job crafting a story that kept the reader guessing from the first to the [...]

    3. PLOT TWISTS. And lots of them. This book is far more than it appears. I'm still grappling with some of the worldbuilding -- it is very interesting and I can't wait for the sequel to show me a bit more of it. Medical technology is advanced far beyond weapons and political/societal development, but it seems as if it is magically based.Talia herself is as full of contrasts as the plot. Profoundly depressed and alienated, yet raised to privilege and royal charisma, she presents a picture that is at [...]

    4. Every now and then I like to give new authors a try, so I settled on Talia. Good job too! I don't normally read books about vampires and werewolves, but found this one a thoroughly entertaining read from start to finish!Take my advice, give this one a try. You won't be disappointed. Looking forward to the next book now

    5. Queen Talia has strong feelings of self-doubt that play well throughout this well-told paranormal fantasy. Talia plays a strong female lead in a male dominated world of humans, werewolves, and vampires. She is constantly struggling with her conscience and what is the right course to take, often faltering due to the obstacles placed in her path, challenging her time and again throughout this emotional tale, of which romance plays a major roll. Fantasy and intrigue kept this reader turning the pag [...]

    6. TALIA is an invitation to the fantasy world that Christy King has created. Aerie is a small kingdom rich in natural resources wedged between two powerful and ambitious neighbors. Quite unexpectedly, Aerie's king dies and his teenage daughter Talia inherits both a war and a serious werewolf and vampire problem. The young orphaned queen has her own problems, however. She has self-destructive habits and in her younger years was always trying to slip away from the castle. She surrounds herself with [...]

    7. In a land besieged by vampires and werewolves, a young princess (who starts as a bright and clever adventurer) endures loss after loss until she submits to her station in life. Even after the few joys of her youth are a distant memory, Talia is determined to protect her subjects–who rely on her to protect them. Made queen just as she turns eighteen, her burdens are weighty; her inexperience with life outside her castle’s walls has made her a pawn on the real power-players’ game board. Unpr [...]

    8. I think that stood out to me as I read this book. Pain was the theme and the unifying element of this story. From our first moments with Talia to the last chapter, pain both splintered and made greater the main character. I enjoyed the building of the character. She had flaws, there were parts of her I didn't like and I think that made her development more realistic for me. I love a character I can root for all the way through a story but sometimes it's a joy to not agree with everything a chara [...]

    9. Great writing. Much drama.The use of tropes in this book was a bit offputting, but the writer so quickly overturned the expectations that I was hooked. Bought the second one a bit ago, and I'm charging through it!

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