Review: Book: The Liar’s Crown- Abigail Owen

Title: The Liar’s Crown

Series: Dominion Series #1

Author’s Name: Abigail Owen

Publisher: Entangled: Teen

Genre: YA Fantasy

Page Count: 448 Pages

ISBN: 978-1649371522

Author or Book Website: Abigail Owen – Paranormal Romance & YA Fantasy Author

Link to Amazon purchase page: The Liar’s Crown: Owen, Abigail: Books

Link to Goodreads: The Liar’s Crown by Abigail Owen | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

One born to rule. One to forfeit…

Everything about my life is a lie. As a hidden twin princess, born second, I have only one purpose—to sacrifice my life for my sister if death comes for her. I’ve been living under the guise of a poor, obscure girl of no standing, slipping into the palace and into the role of the true princess when danger is present.

Now the queen is dead and the ageless King Eidolon has sent my sister a gift—an eerily familiar gift—and a proposal to wed. I don’t trust him, so I do what I was born to do and secretly take her place on the eve of the coronation. Which is why, when a figure made of shadow kidnaps the new queen, he gets me by mistake.

As I try to escape, all the lies start to unravel. And not just my lies. The Shadowraith who took me has secrets of his own. He struggles to contain the shadows he wields—other faces, identities that threaten my very life.

Winter is at the walls. Darkness is looming. And the only way to save my sister and our dominion is to kill Eidolon…and the Shadowraith who has stolen my heart.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This book was so powerful on many levels. Identical twins, ageless king, shadowraith, and so much more. It keeps you on your toes from the word go. One sister is destined to be queen and the other with her life on the line to make sure nothing happens to the future queen. There is a lot going on in this book but in the best way. I still have questions but it is only the first book in the trilogy. I crave more of it. I wanted to read it and was hoping for the best, but sometimes books let you down. This was not the case with The Liar’s Crown. I am excited for the next book.

My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars

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