Blood Queen (Blood Destiny #6)

Blood Queen (Blood Destiny #6)

by Connie Suttle

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BN ID: 2940013844407
Publisher: Connie Suttle
Publication date: 12/13/2011
Series: Blood Destiny , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,146,326
File size: 578 KB

About the Author

After earning her MFA at the University of Oklahoma, Connie taught courses at the University level for a few years before taking a job as a manager for a bookstore. In 2007, she decided to write seriously. Connie now works as a full-time author, and lives in Oklahoma with her husband and a small herd of cats.

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Blood Queen (Blood Destiny #6) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Blood Queen, the sixth book in the Blood Destiny series by Connie Suttle, is by far my favorite book in the series. The whole series to date has set the stage for what happens now, and believe me, this one won¿t disappoint you! The story picks up where Blood Royal left off, with Lissa¿s father, Griffin, begging for her help in defeating an army of evil 300 years in the future, and on a distant planet. Although Lissa is exhausted from her recent encounter with Xenides and his rogue army of vampires, she feels compelled to agree to Griffin¿s plea. Before she could have any second thoughts, she finds herself transported into the future and amid a raging battle against thousands of Ra¿Ak. Her sudden appearance ignites a blast of destruction as she quickly engages the enemy, providing some much needed assistance to the group of Saa Thalarr who found themselves on the brink of exhaustion and collapse before her arrival. Throughout the series, Lissa has proven to be incredibly resilient in her ability to overcome emotional and physical abuse, intentional or not, directed toward her by most of the close relationships in her life. In Blood Queen, Lissa evolves into a whole being, one no longer intimidated by anyone or anything. Her moral values are uncompromised, tempered by her compassion for the downtrodden and an abundance of love that fuels her capacity for understanding and forgiveness; even at her own expense. At once powerful beyond anyone¿s conception, yet emotionally still healing, she forges new relationships while mending old ones. And the most gratifying part of all this is that the people in her life who were the source of her pain and suffering for so long finally see the error of their ways. They begin to not only treat her with the respect and dignity she deserves, but surround her with the sincere love and acceptance she needs to finally understand her worth and place in the universe. The story arc is very satisfying, with action sequences that rival anything in the previous books. But the meat of the novel is in the growth of its characters, especially Lissa. Lissa, a diminutive, unassuming being with a heart open to those whom she loves, which makes her as vulnerable to their character flaws as to her own. Yet that vulnerability is the bedrock of strength from which springs her ironclad understanding of right and wrong. That unbending moral compass can have only one result; Lissa¿s inevitable ascension to her rightful station in the universe; Blood Queen.
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PonyGA More than 1 year ago
This the sixth book of the Blood Destiny series. It takes Lissa 300 years into the future. It is a very emotional book for all age readers. All of Lissa old friends are there along with many new ones. If you liked the first five books you will love this one.
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