31 Jul 2018

The Gilded King | Review

Title: The Gilded King
Series: Sovereign #1
Author: Josie Jaffrey
Pages: 292 pages
Version: Paperback (ARC)
Rating: ★★★★★


This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Josie Jaffrey! 

The Gilded King tells the story of Julia and Cameron. Julia is stuck in the Blue and needs to work as a server until she meets Lucas. Lucas believes in fairytales and Julia wants to believe in them but she can’t.
Cameron is looking behind the walls of the Blue, the Red, for their lost queen and discovers so many things, including a rising enemy…

The Gilded King is the first book in the Sovereign series, a spin-off series for the Solis Invicti series, and is yet another amazing book written by Josie Jaffrey. I loved reading the Solis Invicti series and I was so excited and happy when Josie asked me if I wanted to read The Gilded King!

I really love that Julia and Cameron don’t really have something in common, but you can still read in both perspectives. You get to know how people live in the Blue and how people live in the Red and how everything changed. I love the relationship between Julia and Lucas, but I don’t really know what to think about Cameron and Felix. I loved them so much but then the last few chapters kind of changed my mind…

I loved The Gilded King and I cannot wait to read the other books in the Sovereign series. I love Josie Jaffrey’s writing, so I know that I’m going to love all the other books!

The Sovereign series is a spin-off series and you don’t have to read the Solis Invicti series, but I do recommend reading it because 1. it’s amazing and 2. you know a lot more about the world Josie Jaffrey has created so it’s easier to read the Sovereign series. The Sovereign series also contains some spoilers for the Solis Invicti series, so I recommend reading the Solis Inviciti series first and then the Sovereign series.

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