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Trial of the Sun Queen (Artefacts of Ouranos, #1)

By Nisha J. Tuli
Trial of the Sun Queen (Artefacts of Ouranos, #1) by Nisha J. Tuli digital book - Fable

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Publisher Description

The Bachelor meets the Hunger Games. Ten women. A deadly contest. Only one can win the Sun King's heart.

Lor has endured twelve long years of torment under the Aurora King's rule. Her only desire is to get free and pay him back for every moment of misery.

When a surprise release finds her in the hands of the Sun King, Lor is thrust into the spotlight when she competes against nine other Tributes for the role of queen. If she wins his heart, she'll earn her freedom and finally get her revenge.

But Lor doesn't belong in the Sun Queen Trials. She doesn't understand why she was freed, and she isn't a citizen of the Sun King's court. The other Tributes resent her presence and will stop at nothing to ensure Lor is wiped off the gameboard, permanently.

Now Lor must win, because if she loses, she dies. Or worse, she'll be sent back into the hands of the Aurora King.

This glittering fae romance is perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas, Jennifer Armentrout, and Raven Kennedy. Trial of the Sun Queen is the first book in a trilogy with an eventual happy ever after.

75 Reviews

Thinking Face“Bad writing. If you’ve ever read like Wattpad low tier fan fiction it gives off the same vibes. It took me a WHILE to finally have some interest in it. The MC is annoying and while she eventually calms the fuck down she’s still very mid. Story overall is meh. Steals a lot of very blatant inspiration and tropes from a lot of well known books and series with very little originality in and of itself. Wouldn’t really recommend. Towards the end it becomes super predictable. Quick & easy read though.”
Easy to readBad writingPredictable
Surprised Face with Open Mouth“Gave off Hunger Games and ACOTAR vibes ~ very easy to read and generally exciting/engaging. I went straight for the second book! 😊”
Believable charactersEasy to readAddictiveMagical settingHeartbreaking
Thinking Face“It’s almost like I’ve read this book before 🙄🙄”
Easy to readPredictableUnengaging characters
Surprised Face with Open Mouth“The writing style is definitely strange at first. Very try-hard. Awkward banter. But besides that, the story was engaging. Pretty predictable”
Slightly Smiling Face
Characters change and growColorful personalitiesLikable charactersMulti-layered charactersEasy to readWitty banterAddictiveFast-pacedHauntingSexual assault

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