[Ebook] Royal Destiny (Queen of the Orcs, #3) By Morgan Howell – Pembspm.co.uk

[Ebook] Royal Destiny (Queen of the Orcs, #3)  By Morgan Howell – Pembspm.co.uk
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Royal Destiny (Queen of the Orcs, #3)
  • Morgan Howell
  • English
  • 15 March 2018
  • 0345496523

Royal Destiny (Queen of the Orcs, #3) A Delicate Alliance Between Human And Orc Has Been Achieved Now Queen Of The Orcs, Dar Works Toward Making That Peace Last Her Position Has Helped Her To Finally Feel Part Of A Community, To Find A Life To Call Her Own.But Sudden, Strange Outbreaks Of Unrest And Ominous Signs Throw Both Realms Into Turmoil Dar Must Draw On Her Knowledge And Skills To Confront A Merciless Long Time Enemy And An Evil She Once Only Barely Survived To Keep Human And Orc From Destroying One Another, Dar Risks Everything On A Desperate Gamble And Her Own Future On A Heartbreaking Sacrifice.


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10 thoughts on “Royal Destiny (Queen of the Orcs, #3)

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was goodup until the end I got really pissed off the last 10 or so pages Dar goes through some really bad shit and then doesn t get what she wants I felt like I was reading Little Women all over again you know, but with Orcs and stuff Dar gets a meh ending She could have been happy, her orc family could have said You know what That ignoring people that sacrificed their lives for us is a shit thing to do Let s not do that any But we get some Transcendental ending I m kin This was goodup until the end I got really pissed o...

  2. says:

    WARNING will contain spoilers for books 1 and 2 in the series.I have to admit, this series drifted a bit from what I expected it to be when I read the first bookKing s Propertywas slower in pace than the next two installments in the series, but I found it to be thought provoking with a strong heroine and an important message Over the course of the series, the trilogy changed into something that lookedlike the run of the mill fantasy, complete with prophecies and villains of unrelenti WARNING will contain spoilers for books 1 and 2 in the series.I have to admit, this series drifted a bit from what I expected it to be when I read the first bookKing s Propertywas slower in pace than the next two installments in the series, but I found it to be thought provoking with a strong heroine and an important message Over the course of the series, the trilogy changed into something that lookedlike the run of the mill fantasy, complete with prophecies and villains of unrelenting evil Royal Destiny was still engaging and fun to read, but my...

  3. says:

    I was kind of sad at how this one ended In all fairness though, it really couldn t have ended any other way I would like to see a sequel trilogy to pick up where this one left off.

  4. says:

    Loved this series except for the endingkinda sorta.I flip flopped through the whole series on who she belonged with But it still broke my heart in the end.

  5. says:

    Each one had a twin in the water, and Dar felt she was gazing at two heavens, one distant and one within her reach It s been a long time since I have wept Cried yes but weep I can t remember the last time that happened.This book reduced me into a weeping, mad girl.Morgan Howell has written one of the most amazing sagas of all time She had written something s...

  6. says:

    Ok, so the way the series ended broke my heart I was depressed for days My husband had to try to cheer me up I know the way I emotionally invest so much in the books I read is ridiculous, but I can t help it, and thethe story draws me in, theit effects me in the end That said, I don t really see another way it could have ended and stayed congruent with the rest of the story There ...

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I couldn t stop I had to finish the story I won t tell you the ending, but I want a rewrite.

  8. says:

    Royal Destiny is the final novel in Morgan Howell s Queen of the Orcs trilogy Dar has managed to create peace between the orcs and the humans, but certain individuals from Dar s past threaten this Dar must once again return to the Taiben to ensure that peace remains, and to make sure her enemies don t achieve their goals The beginning of this book picks up right where Clan Daughter left off, so it s crucial to read the books in the correct order Dar s continued transformation was wonderful H Royal Destiny is the final novel in Morgan Howell s Queen of the Orcs trilogy Dar has managed to create peace between the orcs and the humans, but ...

  9. says:

    This was a pretty good trilogy, and different from anything I personally have read before because it has a large focus on orcish culture I don t remember reading anything where orcs even had a culture, much less where the reader was given details about it Orcs have never held any particular interest for me before, but I really liked the way they were presented here.The angsty romance that annoyed me in the second book didn t have as much focus this time It was still there, but I didn t feel l This was a pretty good trilogy, and different from anything I personally have read before because it ...

  10. says:

    I purposely did not write a review for the second book, as this review isfor the entire trilogy.As I mentioned in my review of King s Property , I like the way the author has created an orc society with their complete set of rules, language and even odd elements out those orcsable to grasp and use deceit than the others I found it also interesting that for creatures of such physical strength and perceived brutality, Ms Howell chose to depict a matriarchal society where sons I purposely did not write a review for the second book, as this review isfor the entire trilogy.As I mentioned in my review of King s Property , I like the way the author has created an orc society with their complete set of rules, language and even odd elements out those orcsable to grasp and use deceit than the others I found it also interesting that for creatures of su...

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