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A people laid low by grief and darkness.
A cut-throat race for power and victory.
A girl with everything and nothing to lose…
By day, Sorrow governs the Court of Tears, covering for her grief-maddened father, who has turned their once celebrated land into a living monument for the brother who died before she was born.
By night, she seeks solace in the arms of the boy she's loved since childhood. But one ghost won't stop haunting her, and when enemies old and new close ranks against her, Sorrow must decide how far she's willing to go to win...
Be swept away by the dark and dangerous new world from Melinda Salisbury, bestselling author of The Sin Eater's Daughter trilogy
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April 08, 2018
State of Sorrow was a book I had never heard of before getting it in my March Fairyloot box. I had never read anything by Melinda Salisbury before even if I had drooled countless times on her book covers.
In our Fairyloot box was Melinda’s interview where she says: “I’m all about aesthetic...
March 15, 2018
Oh. My. God.
Why didnt I know about Melinda Salisbury before? Her world building is absolutely outstanding. I only bought this copy because it was signed and the cover was nice, but now I need to buy everything I can find of her.
Its written in 3rd person.
Her descriptions of surr...
April 06, 2018
State of Sorrow is the first novel I have read by Melinda Salisbury and I shall certainly be reading more! This book is beautifully written, incredibly descriptive and packs a political punch. We follow the life of Sorrow Ventaxis (the daughter of the Chancellor of Rhannon) as she comes...
March 29, 2018
State of Sorrow was a book that gave me a lot of different emotions. At first I almost hated it and was so close to putting it away. Suddenly, it got better and things became more interesting. Still I was not sure whether I would want to read the book’s sequel once I had finished it. After readin...
March 18, 2018
* Rated 4.5 stars
March 28, 2018
Where do I begin?
I started this book as a buddy read with my 2 besties as we received it in our March FairyLoot boxes. It has the most stunning cover, but that’s all it has going for it I’m afraid...
The only good thing about this book was that it was a fast read, meaning it was over faster.
April 25, 2018
I was surprised by how much I loved this book! Honestly, I am reading so many awesome books recently! But anyway, I read The Sin Eater's Daughter last year, and I remember thinking it was okayyy, so I was a little bit nervous about picking this one up. It arrived in the March Fairyloot box (whi...
February 12, 2018
4.5*? One or two of the plot points were a little predictable but there were many that were not. I thoroughly enjoyed its almost fairytale style and take on power and politics. Looking forward to the next instalment for sure!
March 14, 2018
DNF at pg 47
Given how positive most of the reviews for this book are, I feel like the black sheep because it wasn’t for me. The beginning is so infodumpy and so many characters are introduced so fast that it’s impossible to become invested in them. Plus, logical fallacies in the world building a...
March 25, 2018
С одной стороны, персонажи довольно типичны для фэнтези, но с другой — не совсем. Хоть персонажи и подростки, они весьма... взрослые. Модно нынче в YA-фэнтези вставлять описания секса (не слишком, конечно, подробные, но все же).
А вообще персонажи мне понравились, интересные и не раздражающие.