The Exiled Queen

The Exiled Queen Haunted by the loss of his mother and sister hunted by the powerful Bayar family Han Alister makes a devil s bargain with the clans If they sponsor his schooling at Mystwerk Academy at Oden s Ford

  • Title: The Exiled Queen
  • Author: Cinda Williams Chima
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  • Page: 131
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  • Haunted by the loss of his mother and sister, hunted by the powerful Bayar family, Han Alister makes a devil s bargain with the clans If they sponsor his schooling at Mystwerk Academy at Oden s Ford, he will become their magical sell sword against the power hungry Wizard Council.Han and his clan friend Fire Dancer undertake the dangerous journey south through war torn ArdHaunted by the loss of his mother and sister, hunted by the powerful Bayar family, Han Alister makes a devil s bargain with the clans If they sponsor his schooling at Mystwerk Academy at Oden s Ford, he will become their magical sell sword against the power hungry Wizard Council.Han and his clan friend Fire Dancer undertake the dangerous journey south through war torn Arden Once in Oden s Ford, it doesn t take long for the smoldering feud between Han and Micah Bayar to kindle into flame After several attempts on his life, Han knows he has to find a way to defend himself.In the magical dream world of Aediion, Han meets the mysterious Crow, a wizard with a long standing grudge against the Bayars Crow offers to tutor Han in wizardry in exchange for his help Han agrees, once again forced into a bargain he hopes he won t regret.Meanwhile, Han s friends Fire Dancer and Cat Tyburn struggle with their own demons Dancer is determined to become a clan flashcrafter, despite his charmcaster status Cat carries a load of guilt, as the only survivor of the slaughter of the gangs in Ragmarket and Southbridge.Resuming her disguise as gently born Rebecca Morley, Princess Raisa ana Marianna travels with her friend Amon Byrne and his triple of cadets to Wien House, the military academy at Oden s Ford There she hopes she will find both temporary sanctuary from a forced marriage and the education she needs to succeed as the next Gray Wolf queen.Much of Raisa s education takes place outside of the classroom As she mingles with students of all classes from throughout the Seven Realms, she forges the kind of friendships that don t happen amid the cut throat politics of the Gray Wolf Court She also struggles to deal with her attraction to Amon an attraction he seems determined to discourage.When Han Alister asks the girl he knows as Rebecca to tutor him, she agrees The streetlord turned wizard with the complicated past fascinates her, and he makes it clear the interest is mutual But Han blames Queen Marianna and the Bayars for the loss of his family As their relationship deepens, Raisa suspects that if Han knew her true identity, he wouldn t want anything to do with her.

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      New York Times bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima comes from a long line of fortune tellers, musicians and spinners of tales She began writing romance novels in middle school, which were often confiscated by her teachers.Her Heir Chronicles series magic comes to contemporary Ohio comprises The Warrior Heir The Wizard Heir The Dragon Heir The Enchanter Heir, and the Sorcerer Heir Chima s Seven Realms series launched with The Demon King in 2009 IThe Exiled Queen in 2010 The Gray Wolf Throne in 2011, and The Crimson Crown 2012Her Shattered Realms quartet launched with Flamecaster in April 2016 with Shadowcaster scheduled for April, 2017 Chima is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and the University of Akron Chima has been a workshop leader, panelist, and speaker at writing conferences, including the Northern Ohio SCBWI Conference, the Western Reserve Writers Conference, and the World Fantasy Convention She frequently speaks to young writers and readers at schools and libraries nationwide Chima lives in Ohio with her family, and is always working on her next novel.

    736 thoughts on “The Exiled Queen”

    1. “Nobody's going to hand you anything. You don't get what you don't go after.”Well, I wanted a sequel as mindblowing as The Demon King and I got it! I am under Cinda Williams Chima's spell!“The pressure of past tragedies drove him forward - the need to escape reminders of his losses, and the desire to be somewhere other than where he'd been. That, and a smoldering desire for revenge.”After losing everything he cared about, Han Alister is on his way to Oden's Ford to attend Hogwarts School [...]


    2. ❝It's not enough to know right from wrong. You need the strength to do what's right, even when what you want most in the world is the wrong thing.❞Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ½HOLY CRAP. This book was literally everything. The Exiled Queen was such a major step up from The Demon King. This series just keeps getting better and better with each installment. I'm saying this straight out: IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE SEVEN REALMS SERIES, YOU BETTER GET A MOVE ON BECAUSE YOU ARE MISSING OUT.The Exiled Qu [...]


    3. Ok wow. Yes. This series most definitely got SO much better here! I finished the first book yesterday and am already on the third one if that says anything.I gave the first book a hesitant 4.5 stars hoping that everything it built up to would deliver. And all of the time that it spent setting up the sequels was totally worth it! All of the storylines converged in this book in the most brilliantly tangled way and I just LOVE EVERYONE SO MUCH. I ship everyone. Even the secondary characters are ama [...]


    4. Let's be real, okay? If I didn’t have to get up in 5 hours, I would dive in The Gray Wolf Throne RIGHT NOW.“You couldn’t keep your mouth shut? I’m calling you Glitterhair from now on. Or Talksalot.”I don’t know what is it with these books that keep me captivated and compelled to read more and more and more. The characters' growth is fantastic, my boy Han fascinating, the plot way more surprising but it still contains several tropes that I usually don't like - including an heroine who [...]


    5. These FREAKING books man.I love the characters, I love the word, I love the plot. I love everything about them.Raisa is such a great character and I really love how the author includes tropes I'm normally so tired of seeing but twists them in such an interesting way that I love them and they are fun to readH so much love for this series so far.


    6. Re-read 2016If you you were on the fence about the first book, I'm begging you to give #2 a chance!This is where everything starts to come together & make sense in a big way.In The Demon King, Han & Rasia's lives only intersect for a small portion of the book. I believe the main reason for that is because the author wanted each of them to have full backstories, including other romantic interests. I love that both of these characters have been in love before, and that their boyfriends/gir [...]


    7. I know this is going to be a really tough book for me to review.I loved this book, just like the Demon King, but there were definitely some parts of it that I liked less but then again I really did love seeing our characters in new places and finally working a lot more with magic. So there were some aspects that I sort of enjoyed MORE I guess I don't really know. I've heard a lot of people say that this book was slower than The Demon King, and unfortunately I agree with them. Although, it still [...]


    8. Yay! I love fantasy again!!!Yet, I still hate reviewing fantasy - with an added emphasis on the word hate. Most books = Point A to point b. Fantasy books = Point A intersects with person C on the way to meeting person F at point Y. How the heck do you review that?I'll reiterate what I've loved about Seven Realms so far. These books meet the criteria for what I'd like to see more of in YA fantasy. There is action and adventure. There are plenty of varied characters from all walks of life. There i [...]


    9. Raisa is my queen, just fucking slays everyone. I love her so freaking much. Her character grows so much during this series, she becomes more confident yet kinda learns how to deal with her temper (respect) “Dancer’s blue eyes glinted with amusement. “Now say, ‘Copperheads are little more than leeches on the body of society—a necessary evil.’”Han laughed. “I don’t think I can manage. Guess I’m not cut out for this.”Han and Dancer continued to be troublemakers together, figu [...]


    10. ALL THE LOVE TO THIS INCREDIBLY UNDERRATED SERIES. All. the. love, I tell you. Excuse me, but I think I fell in love with 2 or 29 characters. I just feel so monstrously HAPPY after reading such an epic book!!! Not that it's a happy book. hahahaa. No. NO it's not. But it's amazingly written and the characters are adorable and the development is extraordinary and I'M JUST SO INVOLVED. It's the kind of book that absolutely swallows you while you read.WHERE EVEN TO START? OMG. Okay but let's talk ab [...]


    11. "Nobody's going to hand you anything. You don't get what you don't go after.”I really enjoyed The Demon King so I went in with pretty high hopes for this book and I was not disappointed at all. This book was great - even better than The Demon King. I seriously wish that these books didn't have such a slow start! Although, I definitely think that the way this book left off, we (hopefully) should be getting a faster start since everything is going to shit. Okay, so basically it was slow for abou [...]



    12. Agh! HAN! Now, I'm not guna lie.I loved book one WAY more than this. However-my track record is that I almost ALWAYS hate book two in a series, because, well, things are still developing. Hey, don't blame me. I like the build-up, but I'm fucking ready for this epic book three and four now-LET THE GAMES BEGIN!Due to the fact that I KNOW book three and four will be epic thanks to my lovely Dark Pup, I have no doubt this series is about to get real fangirlish for me. You've been warned. For more of [...]


    13. 3.75 StarsThe Exiled Queen was a worthy sequel which to me, surpassed the first book The Demon King. I had heard this series gets better with every book and so far that has been true. The writing was fluid, and Ms. Chima knows the right cords to strike and how to get your heart involved in the characters and their stories. If you're into a thrilling and epic YA fantasy with some brilliant and heartwarming characters then I would recommend this series.


    14. Re-reading for the release of Flamecaster with some peeps at Buddies Books and BaublesOriginal ReviewDefinitely for Fantasy Lovers of all ages.Han and Raisa are both now headed separately to Oden’s Ford for training. Han needs to learn how to harness the power inside him to be able to fulfill the deal he made with the clans. Raisa needs to hide from her mother and a forced marriage she didn’t want until it is safer to come home. There seems to be danger around every corner for both of them.R [...]


    15. I'm actually writing this as I come to and end of the third book. Why, you ask? Because despite my blatant dislike for the first book, and my not so impressed mood of the second book, I do believe this is a series worth trying. It actually reminds me of a couple of series, that while I despised the first book, the latter ones came to grow on me until I couldn't help but fall in love. Hopefully, that is the case here.While they seem to have no clear plot or drive, as you read, you see many tibits [...]


    16. I want to say first off that I enjoyed this book so much more than book one. And really, I can’t explain why, but I’m going to try. With book one I felt like nothing was really going on almost, but now it feels more like it was just the first puzzle piece and couldn’t be fully appreciated without seeing the rest of it. I feel as though I’m in the middle of the story, and then the book is bam over and I have to run and fetch the next one to keep going. It’s not like cliffhangers, really [...]


    17. No, really. This book is the lovechild of Harry Potter and The Name of the Wind, with an extra pump of sass and hilarity, except it's set in a queendom, and everyone's some version of a half-blood mutt. It's basically all my favorite things in one.


    18. I like Cinda Wiliams Chima. Her previous books had her on my 'will watch with eagle eye' list. But the Seven Realm novels have landed her smack dab in the middle of my 'need to cyber stalk write like her' list.See, I like huge fantasy books, but I do agree, some of them can get dull. I didn't have that problem with this one. Instead of focusing on ornate descriptions and oodles and bunches of fantastical creatures, The Exiled Queen is full of characters that I love. While the plot is great and t [...]


    19. EditSummy of feelingsHan&RaisaFull review to comeEditI can't wait to start this!!!! I loved the first one and I love that I have the other books out already so I won't have to wait! ( I think they're out) the characters are amazing and fun and I just can't wait anymore. I am gonna start now.


    20. *** 4.25 ***A buddy read with the fantastic Fantasy lovers at BB&B!Started with the travel of all our young characters, be it good or bad, unknowingly ending up in the same town, same school and at the same time - talk about a coincidence:-)Once at the school, our 4 main characters, Han, Raisa, Amon and Dancer all have to deal with the typical for being the new kid at school issues on top of the never ending blows their respective faiths have dealt them by the virtue of their births The cons [...]


    21. Ahh, what can I say about this series? It's like George Martin fantasy for younger audiences (only that's not exactly fair to George Martin - at least the guy knows how to create dynamic, intriguing characters. Chima's Seven Realms series, by contrast, is populated solely by wet noodles). Boo. I don't recommend this series, and I won't be continuing with it. Longer review of the overall seriesHere's the thingis series really frustrates me. This is the kind of series that screams 'READ ME AMELIA! [...]


    22. Well THAT was a whirlwind of crazy emotions and I freaking loved it.So ok. The first half of this book is completely dragging slow, but still somehow rich and somewhat interesting but I was definitely wondering when all our characters were gonna be thrust back together. (Also uhm hello Harry Potter world.) Whatever. I still adore this world. Slow building or not, it is completely fascinating and so well put together. Holy crap of the world the second half of the book. Er ok maybe more like the l [...]


    23. melissa413readsalotI loved this book better than the first! I'm hoping they all keep getting better! All of the characters both good and bad end up at the same school! They are all set up in different houses. You have wizards, learning to fight, book work, etc. And Raisa who was such a little twit in the beginning of the first book, has redeemed herself even more in this book. I still believe she will make a great Queen. I feel sorry for her and Amon. She has known him all of her life and wants [...]


    24. This would be a very upsetting book if (a) Raisa didn’t escape, (b) Han didn’t plan to take the road which leads directly to Raisa and (c) I didn’t like the synopsis of The Gray Wolf Throne so much.The first chapter was the best recap ever because my memory has failed me yet again. As much as I hate Gillen and wish him to be gutted, I liked reading from his perspective. I kinda remembered what went down with TDK, which was good because I was reading chapter 1 too slow for my liking.The nex [...]


    25. 4.5/5 stars! Raisa, the character that bothered me in the last one bothered me less in this one, but she still has a long way to go! The series is near perfect for me other than how annoying I find her. I'm excited for the next one!


    26. “But it’s not enough to know right from wrong. You need the strength to do what’s right, even when what you want most in the world is the wrong thing.”4 stars! (Would give it 3.5 to be objective but my enjoyment level pushes it up).I'm having such a great time reading this series!The setting is different from the first book -- the characters go to neighboring wizard and military schools! I really enjoyed the school setting. And for a while in the book, the characters in the wizard school [...]


    27. DAAAAAAAMN! This series is SO good! So good that I just downloaded the other two books and immediately started The Gray Wolf Throne. =) =) =)


    28. I absolutely adore this series. I don't know why I waited so long to read this book! Although I'm glad that I have a copy of the next book at handwhich now I hear is book three in the four book series!It has been a while since I read The Demon King but it wasn't hard to get caught up in the incredible world that Chima created and remember the fantastic characters that seemed like long lost friends! It's been amazing watching these characters grow, just in these first two novels. especially Han! [...]


    29. **4.5**O segundo volume da série foi muito bom, mas não superou o primeiro. Não sei se perdi o ímpeto, mas senti que não li com o mesmo ânimo. A história toma um rumo completamente diferente e os personagens passam a maior parte do livro no cenário restrito de uma "universidade". Ótimo pra quem ama uma vibe meio Harry Potter ou O Nome do Vento, mas eu gostaria de ter explorado mais desse universo fantástico.As descrições, os cenários e os personagens ainda são maravilhosos. A trama [...]


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