From the author of 'The Midnight Dance' comes an epic YA fantasy featuring royal drama, dark magic, and a secret that could topple a kingdom.Kalen has been cursed with a gift: he’s a mental picklock, able to access a person’s memories and secrets by touch. His skills make him the perfect questioner to the king, and he spends his days interrogating prisoners of...
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The King's Questioner Reviews
I really enjoyed this story. Well written and well paced the story draws you in. Kalen is a strong character. I would have liked a bit more depth around Cirrus and Luna. The end felt a bit rushed. It does not end on a cliff hanger but it does leave some room for a sequel novel if the author is so inclined. Overall, I would recommend it.
Thank you Netgalley for an ARC of this book. This was a pretty quick and easy read. The character's were pretty easy going and not a ton of fuss around them. Things seemed to happen fairly easy for them-some of which did not seem very realistic-but made the story wrap up nicely. The ending did feel vaguely rushed and everything got resolved easily.
Overall, I enjoyed it and was able to read it in a night and it kept me entertained the whole time.
3.5 stars. It was a fast and nice read. It could’ve been fleshed out more (it’s less than 300 pages), however I still liked the four main characters. I believe it’s a standalone, though a window is left cracked open for possible stories in the future.
I received a digital copy of this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
Wait, this went from February 2019 to January 2020!? NOooo
ok but like . . . this cover is absolutely atrocious
◯ Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.