Red Queen 4-Book Hardcover Box Set: Books 1-4
  • Red Queen 4-Book Hardcover Box Set: Books 1-4
  • Red Queen 4-Book Hardcover Box Set: Books 1-4
ISBN: 006284816X
EAN13: 9780062848161
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 9, 2018
Pages: 2064
Dimensions: 7" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.43 lbs.
Format: Boxed Set
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Book Overview

This beautiful hardcover box set includes all four books in Victoria Aveyard's #1 New York Times bestselling Red Queen series: Red Queen, Glass Sword, King's Cage, and War Storm.

Power is a dangerous game.

Mare Barrow, a lowly Red in a world of red-blooded laborers and silver-blooded elites, thought she knew what her future held. But when she learns that her red blood has been disguising a secret ability, one usually reserved only for Silvers, her life is turned upside down.

How will the Silver ruling class keep her secret hidden from the increasingly restless Red population and their Scarlet Guard revolutionaries? And how will Mare use her sudden power to change the caste system, the kingdom, and the world--forever?

With every book in Victoria Aveyard's blockbuster Red Queen quartet in one box set, you can follow this series from the spark that began everything, all the way to the electrifying conclusion.

Plus don't miss Realm Breaker Irresistibly action-packed and full of lethal surprises, this stunning fantasy series from Victoria Aveyard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Red Queen series, begins where hope is lost and asks: When the heroes have fallen, who will take up the sword?

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   Anyone can betray anyone
It is more political with a little bit of romance. My favorites in this series were Red Queen and Kings Cage! The Glass Sword was very slow and I had to really push through.
   Not original
I started reading this series because it came highly recommended and received really good reviews in the public eye. I read it all the way through War Storm and let me say it is a force to read through. I haven 't enjoyed reading any of them enough to go running to read it. It is a very typical plot of a poor girl who stumbles into a royal situation and then war ensues. And the dialogue isn 't interesting and I keep waiting for it to pick up speed for what it has been cheered for. The Red Queen series seems to have taken every single fantasy teen novel and rolled it into one. It does not seem to be original or intriguing. I hate going through a book alone a series halfway, but for this one I did.
   Good series but damaged books
I love this so much! '' I have completed the first part and it surprised me greatly! I also love how beautiful everything looks. However, some of the books came damaged the first three books, all having the covers bent in the same place. Some of the pages were ripped at the top a bit and the case that the books came in was ripped and bent at the top.
   Great dystopian storyline with a spin of superpowers
If you like Harry Potter or want to be magically magical, this is your jam! This series has been lovingly eeeee this series! Originally bought book one on kindle and hooked immediately and couldn t wait for the other books to come out.
   Parents beware!
This series is extremely inappropriate, promotes violent relationships, and makes men look like complete idiots. Normally, I donate books to a charity, but I was forced to donate it to the recycle bin.
   Love this series
The worldbuilding gets bigger and characters I hated in book one ended up being favorites.
   Wonderful story, great read, I love it.
The Red Queen series is a really good read if you are someone who likes stories about love, danger, fantasy, betrayal and war. I love these books and I hope that soon another comes out to say what happens in the end, to make it final and permanent. Red Queen : Praise to the Red, “Rise, Red as the Dawn ”.
   Great but faulty.
Loved the books, great storyline. But I found the characters'logic somewhat faulty, resulting in foolish, if not right stupid actions, which frustrated me. The books still kept me wanting more and I fell in love with characters. The only other compliant is I did not care how many characters were either lesbian or gay.
   Great bargain
Read these individually through Overdrive, but wanted to own the beautiful covers. *drool* :
   met expectations
This series had a very long exposition and took a little longer than most books to reach the climax. I think it may be because Victoria Aveyard is a play writer. For those who like books that go straight to the point, this may be a downfall. However, because of the very detailed background, I was able to understand the characters really well. This series also brought up modern topics, so I appreciate the controversial approach. Yes, it is true.