Queen of Volts

Queen of Volts

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Return to the City of Sin, where the final game is about to begin… and winning will demand the ultimate sacrifice.

Only days after a corrupt election and brutal street war, one last bloodthirsty game has begun. The players? The twenty-two most powerful, notorious people in New Reynes.

After realizing they have no choice but to play, Enne Scordata and Levi Glaisyer are desperate to forge new alliances and bargain for their safety. But while Levi offers false smiles and an even falser peace to the city’s politicians, Enne must face a world where her true Mizer identity has been revealed… and any misstep could turn deadly.

Meanwhile, a far more dangerous opponent has appeared on the board, one plucked right from the most gruesome legends of New Reynes. As the game takes its final, vicious turn, Levi and Enne must decide once and for all whether to be partners or enemies.

Because in a game for survival, there are only losers…

And monsters.

Title:Queen of Volts
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Queen of Volts Reviews

  • megs_bookrack

    **4.5-stars rounded up**Welcome back to New Reynes. It's the self-proclaimed City of Sin, and in my opinion, one of the most interesting and underrated worlds in YA literature.Queen of Volts is the fi...

  • Kimberly (Deity of Books)

    ✨ (↠ For a more mobile-friendly reading experience ↠) Review is also posted on my blog ✨Is it a surprise that I gave this five stars?I guess it could be because only 10% of the books I've read...

  • Helena Paris

    I received this complimentary ARC from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review."It didn't matter what cards you were dealt. The City of Sin was a game, and the only way to win was to stack the...

  • Shannon

    Amanda Foody, at the end of King of Fools:Me, a desperate fool who loves her gang family way too much:I'm just a traumatized reader, standing in front of Shadow Game book #3, asking Amanda Foody to PL...

  • solanne

    if anything bad happens to my kids I WILL be throwing hands...

  • Lexi

    This is a 3.5 for me, but I am rounding up to a 4, as I do believe that reviewing the final book in a series needs to take in consideration of the spirit of the series as a whole.TLDR Tropes-- Morally...

  • Amelie

    **This review contains some spoilers from the previous books in the series.**“The only winner in history is the one who gets to tell the story, once the story is finished.”Queen of Volts is the fi...

  • booksneedcaffeinetoo

    Amanda has released the cover AND A SNIPPET from the book here!!!! She also reveals who the FIVE POVs will be. Will Enne and Levi survive everything Amanda puts them through?!?! 🤔And let’s all ta...

  • Roobie

    ⭐️4 stars⭐️ It didn't matter what cards you were dealt.The City of Sin was a game, and the only way to win was to stack the cards in your favor. ARC received via Edelweiss....

  • menna

    The first maybe 20% were so ??? for me, it felt like all the characters did was betray each other and it was so angsty for so long i grew tired of it after a while. I understood why these things were ...