Review: Three Dark Crowns

Review: Three Dark Crowns

Three Dark Crowns (Three Dark Crowns, #1)Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

Disclaimer: this wasn’t bad, I was just really bored. For the entire book. These ratings are so I can go back to see if I should purchase/recommend this book.

I was bored throughout the entire read of this. I had high expectations. I think the main issue was due to this 400+ paged book taking place only over a day (until the final chapters). It. Was. So. Slow. And nothing happens. I wish I just skipped to their fight. Which, by the way, was minimalistic.


Arsinoe: I was hoping Arsinoe would tragically die bc boi is she dull.

Mirabella: Mirabella is the perfect medium between chaotic evil and lawfully good. If that’s possible.

Katherine: I WAS ROOTING FOR HER. She was the only reason I didn’t DNF this. I may consider reading the sequel, just to see how she goes.


It’s basically 24hrs of f*cking around until the Hunger Games begins. And even those moments are brief and not explained well.

Then it’s the end and nothing’s accomplished. Toodah.


This book rotated between the three queens, as well as the servants Jules and Joseph.


– this book just WISHES it was Falling Kingdoms. Alas, it is not.
– underdeveloped magic realms.


Nothing was accomplished but I’m glad my homegirl is back. Also, that was a shame with Joseph. Foolish, but still a shame.


@ me; stop giving into the 2016 hype your tastes have changed ya dummy.

2 responses to “Review: Three Dark Crowns”

  1. I read it and I didn’t like it. I feel like it’s weird that I want to read the sequels in case they’re better than this diaster


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