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The Hive Queen

The second installment of the newest Wings of Fire series arc brings readers the much-anticipated meeting of Pyrrhia and Pantala! ...

Title : The Hive Queen
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ISBN : 9781338214482
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Hive Queen Reviews

  • Erin

    Everyone in our family reads these books and we all thoroughly enjoy them! Great characters, thought provoking moments, fast paced storyline, and dragons. What could be better?! This book ended with quite the cliff hanger. Can’t wait to see what come next!

  • Patricia Tae

    Sounds good!

    I have not started the book yet but I am excited to start it. I’ve been waiting forever for this book so it better be good.

  • CED

    This was a very good book and I just can't wait for the next book to come out I loved the action and romance of this book and I would (and most likely will) read it again.

  • Ella Caitlyn Mao

    I loved this book! I’m pretty sure it’s my favorite in the whole series. Thank Tui T. Sutherland!

    I was afraid of this series getting long and boring, but the author really pulled it off and I’m super excited for the next book! So many more QUESTIONS and IDEAS and I love Wings of Fire! :)

    -Ella

  • Lynn

    It was awesome!!! The story is told from Cricket's pov, and she is a very interesting character. The story is great, but the end was a COMPLETE CLIFFHANGER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This was expected, most wings of fire books are, but SERIOUSLY! Book 13 (The Poison Jungle) can't come out soon enough. I can't wait to see what happens next, and I'm expecting the next book to be from Sundew's pov. Maybe.

  • Annika

    I don't typically read books in two days, but with this book (this series in general) I can't put it down. I really enjoyed Cricket's perspective on the story. Though I believe it wasn't as good as the tenth book and some of the other books in the series it still deserves five stars.

  • Allegra

    Maybe a 2.5 rating but the end kind of brought me around.

    Let's start off with what really annoyed me. If I have to hear "not all white people" in the form of "not all hivewings" one more time I will scream! Books can be as fantasy as they wish to be but they still give commentary to our society and the only commentary that a white author has on this subject is her perspective of coming out of her ignorance. This much is clear in this story, Cricket is rising above ignorance and fights to share t
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  • Dawn

    I’m only giving this four stars because of the charachters and how the story line developed into something interesting. Otherwise, I would have given it three.

    Like most, if not all, Wings of Fire books, this is broken into three parts. Throughout the first part, it felt like there was no action, just talking, little things happening, maybe some planning. But later, things got worse, and, therefore, interesting. That’s where it started to hold my attention.

    That’s about all I have to say for now.