God Save the Queen : The Immortal Empire

  • by Kate Locke
  • Narrated by Courtney Patterson
  • Series: The Immortal Empire
  • 11 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The year is 2012 - and Queen Victoria still rules with an immortal fist. She's the undead matriarch of a Britain where the aristocracy is made up of werewolves and vampires, where goblins live underground and mothers know better than to let their children out after dark. A world where technology lives side by side with magic, where being nobility means being infected with the Plague (side-effects include un-death) and hysteria is the popular affliction of the day. Xandra Vardan is a member of the elite Royal Guard, and it's her duty to protect the aristocracy. But things get complicated when her sister goes missing. Xandra will not only realise she's the prize in a dangerous power struggle - but she'll also uncover a conspiracy that threatens to topple the empire itself.

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Customer Reviews

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Throughly enjoyed this one

Would you listen to God Save the Queen again? Why?

Oh, I am more than sure that I will. The universe created is a nice twist to all the vampire and paranormal stories lurking about as of late. I was superbly pleasently surprised. I expected less and ended up finding a little gem.

I'm about to run off to buy the second book available on Audible right now. That's just how much I liked it.


What did you like best about this story?

The characters are well developed and I appreciated the inner struggles and how things unfolded.

The whole concept I, again, really love.

And, may I point out, this is not romance disguised as a fantasy/paranormal novel. Sure, it does have its dossage of romance, but it weaves itself nicely into the story and is in no way the center around which it spins. Romance novel haters must not be worried, this one won't turn into a harlequin/bodice ripper tale.


Which scene was your favorite?

Oh, I won't spoil any of you. Listen to it. It's worth the credit.

I do want to point out that I loved the little curse words created by the author as to adjust the ususal lingo to that of her created word. It was a nice touch.


Any additional comments?

There was a comment by the author at the end about using Emilie Autumn's disc Opheliac as part of the inspiration for this books and that it would have served nicely as a soundtrack for the story. Being a EA fan, I could not agree more. For more than one moment I could imagine, without having heard this afterword of the author, the songs of hers as a sort of backdrop to soundtrack.

It thought it a nice coincidence that the author actually inspired herself somewhat in the music that I connected with the book.

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- Vilda

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-05-2013
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio UK