Title: The Scarecrow Queen
Author: Melinda Salisbury
Published by: Scholastic UK
Publication date: 2nd March 2017
Pages: 320, hardcover
Genre: fantasy, young adult, romance
The final battle is coming . . .
As the Sleeping Prince tightens his hold on Lormere and Tregellan, the net closes in on the ragged band of rebels trying desperately to defeat him. Twylla and Errin are separated, isolated, and running out of time. The final battle is coming, and Aurek will stop at nothing to keep the throne forever . . .
Explosive, rich and darkly addictive, this is the stunning conclusion to Mel Salisbury’s internationally best-selling trilogy that began with The Sin Eater’s Daughter.
After finishing The Sleeping Prince last month, I went to great lengths to get my hands on the third book as quickly as possible. I went to the What Makes A Girl Strong? talk in London (which was absolutely fabulous), and then I went straight online and ordered The Scarecrow Queen. To my delight it came straight away and I was able to take it on holiday with me a week or so ago (and now my collection is complete!).
Yes, I know. I did a review of Mel’s last book, The Sleeping Prince very recently, but dammit, I loved this book so I’m doing another review for The Scarecrow Queen.