Book Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Book Review By: Molang B.

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Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

This society is divided. The Reds are regular people, just like us; the Silvers have powers that are out of this world. They think that Silvers are superior just because of these “superpowers,” and the Reds won’t disagree. They would get killed if they disagreed, but one night, working as a servant for the Silvers, Mare Barrow showcases her surprising Silver-like abilities. Hiding in plain sight, Mare is stuck as a pawn in the Queen’s game.

I really enjoyed this book, and one of the things that made this book memorable is that there was THE biggest PLOT TWIST. Seriously. You have to read it, and when you get to the plot twist, you’ll be FREAKING OUT. It is just that good. I didn’t see it coming, and I read a lot of books with a lot of plot twists. When (not if) you read this book, you can rant to me about the plot twist.

Also, there are many other components to this book… romance being one of them. I think that there is a love square, but there is definitely a love triangle. What is with all these books have love triangles? Every single time I read a book, there is always a love interest, but it’s cool in this one because it makes the story more interesting.

Now for the quotes….

“The truth is what I make it. I could set this world on fire and call it rain.”

Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen


These quotes are almost as good as The Fifth Wave’s quotes. Almost.

“It’s our nature. We destroy. It’s the constant of our kind. No matter the color of blood, man will always fall.”

Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen


It is also depressing…. Anyway, you should totally read this book, AND the best part is that the second book came out THIS FEBRUARY. THANK YOU, VICKY. Yep, I call the author Vicky. We’re tight like that. NOW GO BUY THE BOOK.
Red Queen series:

Red Queen

Glass Sword (Feb. 9 2016)