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Publisher's Summary

The gorgeous and darkly compelling sequel to The Crown’s Game—perfect for fans of Red Queen and Shadow and Bone. A New York Times bestseller!
Magic is growing, shadows are rising, and the throne is at stake…
Russia is on the brink of great change. Pasha’s coronation approaches, and Vika is now the Imperial Enchanter, but the role she once coveted may be more difficult—and dangerous—than she ever expected.
Pasha is grappling with his own problems—his legitimacy is in doubt, the girl he loves loathes him, and he believes his best friend is dead. When a challenger to the throne emerges—and with the magic in Russia growing rapidly—Pasha must do whatever it takes to keep his position and protect his kingdom.
For Nikolai, the ending of the Crown’s Game stung deeply. Although he just managed to escape death, Nikolai remains alone, a shadow hidden in a not-quite-real world of his own creation. But when he’s given a second chance at life—tied to a dark price—Nikolai must decide just how far he’s willing to go to return to the world.
With revolution on the rise, dangerous new magic rearing up, and a tsardom up for the taking, Vika, Nikolai, and Pasha must fight—or face the destruction of not only their world but also themselves.
©2017 Evelyn Skye (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers
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2 out of 5 stars
By Andrew Smith on 12-13-17

not a fan

The Crown's Game and the second is The Crown's Fate. I thought it would get better but her characters are bi-polar and the plot is so forced. shallow character development. Was wanting it to just end.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Nicole on 06-05-17

Where did the riveting connection go?

Vika's connection with both Pasha and Nikolai were absent this entire book. Both boys still love her and it's mentioned off handedly here and there but Vika seemed to be off in her own little world feeling like she'd be better of if she saw neither again. The first book had spark, magic, the ultimate love triangle, a forbidden connection between two enchanters that I couldn't get enough of. Everything died in book 2.

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