Cait’s Review of “Queen of Thorns” by Stacey Trombley

By: Cait Marie


How do you beat an ancient monster? Release a bigger one.

I thought I’d lost every one of my dreams ten years ago, but I got a new chance when I entered the Trials. With every renewed hope, though, has come more hardship and the Night Bringer has made it very clear that he will not allow me keep any happiness.

When shadow rebels attack the Crystal Court, injuring a good friend of mine in the process, I know the Night Bringer is behind it. He’s beginning a campaign to destroy my beloved court and my friends alike.

He’s promised to take away everything precious to me, bit by bit. And I believe him.

So that just means I’ll just have to kill him first and I know what I need to do. In order to kill a monster, I’ll have to unleash a stronger one.


This is the fifth and last book in the Wicked Fae series, so I’m not going to go into heavy detail, but this book was absolutely amazing. It was the finale this epic series deserved.

Trombley has created an incredible world and characters that I’m not ready to say goodbye to. This is definitely a story I’ll be revisiting in the future.

Cae and Rev are everything. I tend to get impatient with slow burn books/series, but this one was so well done. There was so much tension that never lagged. Their stories were both well developed, and I loved seeing them grow. I also became very attached to some of the side characters.

Trombley did such an excellent job with this conclusion. It was very satisfying, all the loose ends tied up neatly. Though I didn’t want it to be over, I’m happy with the way it ended. I’d highly recommend this entire series.

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