King's Property (Queen of the Orcs Series #1)

King's Property (Queen of the Orcs Series #1)

by Morgan Howell
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King's Property (Queen of the Orcs Series #1) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 88 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was very apprehensive when I picked this book up because it looked like a children's story. It is actually very good! It tells the story of Dar, a woman (who acts like a woman, not a girl), and how she is taken from her family to serve in the military as a cook. She redefines the social norm for the military as she refuses to go along with tradition- sleeping with a man in exchange for clothes and such. It portrays Orcs in a very different light. If anything, read it just for the Orcs because that alone will start you thinking about our own society,
spit9lvr More than 1 year ago
I found much to my surprise this story sucked me in form the first chapter. I found the story concept refreshing and well thought out but not overly complicated so it made for nice relaxing read. The characters were well developed and personable allowing me to connect with them. All and all this book was a unique reading experience I'm always exited when a normally undeveloped creature such as the orc is given voice and a more complex role in this genre we call fantasy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn' t put this book down. Will Dar overcome her fear of men through all the betrayal she's experienced? If she does will it be someone trustworthy? Kovok-mah and Dar seem to have an incredible connection, but will he be able to protect someone of a different species (human) without being exhiled from his own (Orc)? Is their connection more than just an equal want for justice and peace, or is their relationship more than a platonic agreement? Loved the pace and description of this novel and immediately bought the second installment - Clan Daughter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't expect much going in. But this book is a perfect example of a strong female heroine overcoming all odds. I finished it on one sitting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is more about Dar trying to win over the orcs, not really anything to do with magical powers or anything. The orcs are a society that revere women, so she attempts to befriend them through her gender. Most of the book is set with Dar in the slave camps or doing other chores and hanging out with the orcs. Nothing really special happens, but it is a great set up for the next book.
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Great book, excellent use of dialogue.
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