Mariah’s Review of “The Missing Crown” by Cait Marie

By: Mariah Brown

I want to start this post off by saying this was THE BEST book in the series so far. When this book became Cait’s longest book (at the time), I knew it was going to be big and amazing.

First, I want to start with the world building she has done throughout the series. I have enjoyed every bit of it, and the best part is I got to explore a different portion of the kingdom than has previously been discussed. It was amazing to read about the differences between the different kingdoms, such as how they dress and interact with each other. I truly enjoyed the adventure that occurred to see the terrain as well.

Finally, we get to the characters. Let me tell you, there was an amazing twist in this book that I was not expecting until the end of the story. This character revelation made me super excited for the next book to see where things go. As for Elin, she reminds me of her parents to the T. She is both of them combined and a good trouble maker. You’ll know what I mean once you read the story.

I really love the difference with the dynamic in The Missing Crown versus the other books in the story. While the original three books are finished, this story is about the next generation, and it was great to see how the children grew up and are acting. This also was a great eye opener with how close all of the kids are, even though they grew up on different sides of the ocean.

This was 100% a 6/5 stars, yes I said 6, book. I would highly recommend it to all of the people out there looking for adventures and twists in a book. I cannot stress how much I enjoyed it and will be reading all of her future books.

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