Broken Throne

Broken Throne

Return once more to the deadly and dazzling world of Red Queen in Broken Throne, a beautifully designed, must-have companion to the chart-topping series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Aveyard.The perfect addition to the #1 New York Times bestselling Red Queen series, this gorgeously designed package features three brand-new novellas, two previously publ...

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Broken Throne Reviews

  • ella

    If this doesn’t include a story on Maven’s past with Thomas I’ll screammmmmmmmmm!!!

  • Sahil Javed

    is a collection of novellas that take place before, during and after the events of the

    series. It features two previously published novellas,

    and

    and three brand-new novellas, and contains a few extras such as maps, flags and journal entries written by Julian.

    is the first previously published novella and takes place before the events of the

    series and follows Cal’s mother, Coriane. The novella shows how she went fro

    is a collection of novellas that take place before, during and after the events of the

    series. It features two previously published novellas,

    and

    and three brand-new novellas, and contains a few extras such as maps, flags and journal entries written by Julian.

    is the first previously published novella and takes place before the events of the

    series and follows Cal’s mother, Coriane. The novella shows how she went from being a girl of a lowly High House to the Queen of Norta.

    This novella is one of my favourites, mostly because I loved Coriane’s character. I felt such a deep level of sympathy for her because she was clearly unhappy and depressed. Her romance with Tibe was heartwarming and seeing characters such as Julian and Sara, and even Cal himself, through Coriane’s eyes was also such a lovely touch. It makes it that much more heartbreaking when Cal reads her diary in

    But no matter how many times I read this novella, it always leaves me feeling so sad and angry. Angry at Elara because she destroyed Coriane’s life. Sad for Coriane because she didn’t get to see her son grow up and died too early. Coriane honestly deserved more. She deserved so much more.

    is the second previously published novella and takes place before the events of

    It follows Farley’s missions in the Scarlet Guard that lead her to meeting Shade and then Mare.

    What I like about this novella is that we get to see a more in-depth look into Farley’s character, that we don’t really get from seeing her through Mare’s eyes, at least not in the first book. But what’s also a really nice touch is that we get some well needed interactions in the early stages of the relationship between Shade and Farley and they just warmed my heart. This, coupled with

    a novella in the

    collector’s edition, are all we have of Farley and Shade. It’s not enough! These two deserved so much more. They deserved better.

    is the first new novella in the collection and takes place during the events of

    It follows Ashe, the captain of a keelboat and Lyrisa, the niece of Prince Bracken and a Silver princess, as they cross paths.

    I think this novella was really interesting in that it provided us with two perspectives from characters who aren’t involved with the main events of the series and who have no desire to be a part of the war.

    Ashe was an interesting character because I enjoyed seeing him develop in the short amount of time we get to know him. His interactions with Lyrisa were my favourite and how his feelings for her slowly changed was also nice to see play out.

    Lyrisa was also an interesting character and reminded me a little of Evangeline in that what you see is completely different than what is happening under the surface. I enjoyed her character growth throughout the novella, in understanding that there are two kinds of silvers, the good and the bad, and figuring out which one of them she is going to be. The conclusion to this novella was also a nice touch and overall, I really enjoyed it.

    takes place after

    and follows Evangeline and Elane, as they struggle to let go of their past and adjust to life in Monfort.

    This novella was amazing. Evangeline is one of my favourite characters and has been ever since I read from her perspective in

    for the first time. And after

    I wanted more of a conclusion for her character arc and this novella delivered it in abundance.

    What I like most about Evangeline is that she’s had such character growth throughout the series. Who she is at the start is almost unrecognisable to how she is now in

    But even then, she still has growing to do and it’s touching watching her go through it. Evangeline is proof that even if you are brought up a certain way, taught to want something, that you can still change and grow and be a different person. And she really showed me that in this novella, that she’s changed and can change even more. And I’m so happy with how her character arc ended.

    We also get to read from the perspective of Elane, who we’ve never heard from before. Reading from her perspective was just as enjoyable as I’d assumed it was going to be. Seeing Evangeline through Elane’s eyes is really interesting because we get to see her vulnerabilities and what really drives her as a character. And I think the love between Elane and Evangeline is so pure, and it really shows through Elane’s determination to follow Evangeline and support her through anything and everything.

    takes place two months after the events of

    and is told from the perspectives of both Mare and Cal, as they return to Monfort after their time apart.

    This novella was everything I needed and more. Although I was satisfied with the ending of

    I knew I wanted more regarding Mare and Cal’s relationship and this novella delivered it in abundance. I’ve literally being shipping Mare and Cal since

    and I was so nervous reading this novella because I wanted only the best for them. I’m so, so happy with how their storyline was concluded and I’m also not ashamed to say that I cried.

    Mare has gone through so much and she’s grown as a result of it, which is why she is one of my favourite characters of all time. At the end of

    she really made me proud because she was realistic and she displayed maturity beyond her age. Even in this novella, the way she handled things was really good and I’m so glad her and Cal found their way back to each other but also that they’re going to take things slowly.

    Cal has also gone through changes of his own, after abdicating his throne and I’m so proud of him as well. Cal, like Evangeline, is proof that although you may have grown up being taught one thing, you can change yourself and do another. I’m a firm believer that both Mare and Coriane had an effect on Cal and is the reason he made those changes and I think his mother would have been so proud with how he turned out to be in the end.

    is the last novella in this collection and is told from the perspective of Maven, as he is confronted by Cal one last time and also Cal himself, as he faces the memory of Maven after his death.

    This novella really surprised me because I thought I knew all I needed to know about Maven but no. I think, at least in my opinion, that Maven’s decision not to show Cal that there was still a part of him left in order to prevent Cal from struggling with his memory after his death was really touching. It showed that although his mind had been warped and twisted beyond repair, there was still a part of him that cared enough to do this last thing for his brother.

    Cal’s final goodbye when he visited Maven’s grave was really sad. Cal has such a big heart and I don’t think I realised just how much Maven meant to him until the end of this novella. Cal said he couldn’t ever let Maven go and I think that’s okay. I really do. I’m so proud of how far he’s come, in that’s he’s mature enough to know that it’s okay if he holds on instead of letting go.

    This collection also came with some extra scenes and journal entries and maps, all of which were such a nice addition to the series. My favourite was the entry right at the end, after the last novella, which basically summarised how the next few decades unravelled. It was so unexpected but such a nice touch to wrap up the series.

    Overall,

    left some loose threads left untied and

    tied them all together and did so much more. It’s so bittersweet that this is the last instalment in the

    series but it was such a perfect last instalment. I’ve been with this series since the very beginning in 2015 when the first book came out and I’ve been following it ever since. I feel like I’ve really grown with the series and grown alongside Mare as well. If I could go back and read the series all over again for the first time, I’d do it in a heartbeat. Thank you,

    for writing this and for taking my emotions on such a rollercoaster. It’s an experience that I will never forget. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  • Lara (Bookish_turtle)

    I just finished War Storm, and what I want to know is:

    WHAT AM I MEANT TO DO WITH MY LIFE WHILE I WAIT FOR THIS TO BE RELEASED! HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO SURVIVE WITHOUT KNOWING WHAT HAPPENS TO EVERYONE?! It doesn't come out until 2019.

    I honestly don't know what I will do until then, or how I will wait that long. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

    But seriously, I am so excited!

  • Azrah

    Would ya take a look at

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    12 Oct, 2018

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    28 Sept, 2018

    DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH RED QUEEN?? I don't even care, I just need some more Aveyard!

  • Ashlee » Library In The Country

    Despite the fact that I still feel a little defrauded by that War Storm ending, we all know I’m going to read this.

  • Aqsa

    Do NOT disappoint me, dear book.

    Last night I found out that this one consists of several novellas including Queen Song and Steel Scars that were published previously. I just skipped to the very end where we get a little Farewell of Cal and Maven and I found out that I could never let go of Maven just like Cal couldn't. And of course, I finally did cry for dear cursed Maven.

    Do NOT disappoint me, dear book.

    Last night I found out that this one consists of several novellas including Queen Song and Steel Scars that were published previously. I just skipped to the very end where we get a little Farewell of Cal and Maven and I found out that I could never let go of Maven just like Cal couldn't. And of course, I finally did cry for dear cursed Maven.

    Will read the full book in the right order in a day or so.

  • Mary S. R.

    Ladies and gents,

    This is the moment you've waited for

    Been searchin' for this

    Since

    left you on the floor

    Deep in your bones

    There's an ache for

    you can't ignore

    Bleeding your heart, stealin' your mind

    And all that was real is left behind

    ...So tell me do you wanna go??

    Where it's Silverbloods who're ownin' the lights

    Where Red runaways are runnin' the nights

    Impossible comes true, Reds takin' over you

    Oh, this is the

    world!

    It's everything you ever want

    It's everything you ever nee

    Ladies and gents,

    This is the moment you've waited for

    Been searchin' for this

    Since

    left you on the floor

    Deep in your bones

    There's an ache for

    you can't ignore

    Bleeding your heart, stealin' your mind

    And all that was real is left behind

    ...So tell me do you wanna go??

    Where it's Silverbloods who're ownin' the lights

    Where Red runaways are runnin' the nights

    Impossible comes true, Reds takin' over you

    Oh, this is the

    world!

    It's everything you ever want

    It's everything you ever need

    And it's here right in front of you

    It's everything you ever want

    It's everything you ever need

    And it's here right in front o' you

  • Miranda Reads

    Whelp, guess I'm in

    P.s. can we all take a collective giggle that 2/5 of this "stunning collection"

    ?! And if those are any indication of the quality we can expect...it's probably best to set those expectations lowwwwww.

    may I voice my disgust that the sweet ombré effect (which originally drew me to these novels) has been completely ruined

    Whelp, guess I'm in

    P.s. can we all take a collective giggle that 2/5 of this "stunning collection"

    ?! And if those are any indication of the quality we can expect...it's probably best to set those expectations lowwwwww.

    may I voice my disgust that the sweet ombré effect (which originally drew me to these novels) has been completely ruined?

  • Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥

    Please somebody tell me that there is going to be more about Maven!!!

    And please, please, please somebody tell me that one of those novellas is going to be about Maven and Thomas!

    Because if yes.... oh god I'm already dying just thinking about the possibility of it all!!!

    AHHHHHH!!! *dies*

  • MischaS_

    Another?

    480 pages! 😳

    But... did you see the gorgeous cover?

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