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The Black Knife (Orphan Queen Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 2109 KB
- Publication Date : March 1, 2016
- Publisher : Katherine Tegen Books (March 1, 2016)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 74 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B00Z74LU2Q
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #686,106 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the final novella. The effects of the end of the last novel propel the action forward. Tobiah finally has a name for his vigilante persona. This novella is a nice conclusion. These three novellas really make a prequel novel in itself. I give this novella a 5/5.
A really great ending to the prequel of the Orphan Queen duology. I loved the little interactions with the nameless girl and the little comments they throw out at the end :)
Wish it was a whole book, of course, not just a little taste, but at least this tiny taste is incredibly delicious! ☺️
I simply adore how Jodi has written these books. Her writing is stunning. And I love her characters so much. I love Tobiah a lot. And James too. Sigh. He is the bestest friend. I love him so much. His relationship with Tobiah is the best. I love how well he is at protecting him, and I love how much he cares for him.
In this final novella we get to read about Tobiah facing up with the bad guy, trying to stop him one last time. It was interesting and exciting. I find the glowmen to be pretty scary, and this drug type of thing is just the worst. Ack. Yet so so interesting to read about. We also get more of Tobiah, which I always love. And his first kiss too. Which made me a bit sad, but I liked getting to read it. I just want my boy to be happy. Sigh. I liked the story in this one a whole lot. I just wish it had been even longer, hih. It is so short. I think the two chapters of The Mirror King in the back is longer than this story. Ack. But despite it being short, it was amazing and I loved it lots. It was a great read. I'm just sad there will be no more Tobiah. I want more.
Which reminds me. You all need to read The Orphan Queen books. And these novellas too, after you read The Mirror King. They are all perfection. These books are so good. And you are all going to love them. You need to buy them. Because I need more books from this world, I really do. So glad I finally read this one. It was awesome. Also wish to mention that I adore Jodi so much. She's always so kind and just the very best person. Thank you so much, Jodi, for writing these stunning books. I have loved them all lots.
This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books.
As the last of the four prequel novellas, this story brings us closer to the events in the first book The Orphan Queen. But unlike most novellas, it did not feel like a "filler" or "money maker" novella. The story was wonderful and I loved watching him become the character I know and love from the full length novels.
There has been a lot of foreshadowing in these novellas, and The Black Knife is no different. But, just as with the other three stories, these teasers of what is to come does not detract from the novellas' own story.
You don't have to read these novellas before you pick up book one, but I highly recommend them to get a great glimpse into the mind of one of my favorite characters.