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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Book Review - One Queen Of An Ending: High School Queens Trilogy by Zachary Ryan

One Queen of an Ending by Zachary Ryan
My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars
Publisher - Kingston Publishing Company
Genre - Young Adult
Publishing year - 2019
Language - English 
ISBN - 978-1-64533-186-5
Pages - 225



My Review - 

One last time to keep your secrets buried.

The last book in the trilogy, One Queen of an Ending by Zachary Ryan, resumed with the drama of bitch war, but this time the queen is out for blood. With Jordan's death in the second book, The Queen of Queens targeting Danielle, Bethany, Calvin, Tucker, Aman, and Alassane. 

After the prom, Bethany lay low, and Jasmine comes back from Spain. Everyone looks forward to leaving Newyork city. But they have to deal with the new queen first. This book is different from the first two, where everything is all about backstabbing. In this book, they all come together to fight the new queen. The story is about making a new agreement. 

Their lives are a mess, and they all figure out a way to come clean. Emily, Tucker, and Andrew are the most vulnerable. They try their best to live a regular life, but they were just devastated. Delilah went on a tour and stay away from all the tension. While Danielle caught between Christian and her father's blackmailing frolic. She's looking for a loophole that somehow brings Alassane close to her. 

Aman and Calvin finally realized the truth, which made them strong, not for themselves, but for others too. I like the way each character faces their dilemmas and finds a stable clarification this time. The Queen of Queens tries her best to take down the former monarchs and their alliances, and I understand why she takes charge, but I feel that the first book holds more entertainment and scandals. 

The story is written with a lucid language, and fast-paced just like the other two. Those who read, High School Queens, and The Revenged Queen, will definitely read this one to find out how it all ends. How many lives were lost in this high school war where everyone portrays their best image? The characters deal with LGBTQ issues, which I like the most in this trilogy. I am satisfied with the way it ends. If you're looking for some juicy, lurid, tingling fun read, this book is perfect for you.

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