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Queen's Ransom: The Golden Bulls of Minos

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Marnye Young

13 Hours 29 Minutes

Tantor Media

March 2019

Audio Book Summary

Jalia hasn't ever played a game she can't win.

The promise of a queen's ransom is too much for life-long gambler Jalia to pass up. The untouched planet of Minos is rumored to be so wealthy, one can walk along the beach and pluck diamonds from the sea. According to the contract, all she has to do to win is solve a few puzzles and navigate a labyrinth or two. Simple!

But she didn't read the fine print . . .

She isn't competing to win treasure, she's competing to become Queen of Minos. Marriage to the king: Mandatory.

A king who sends men to their deaths by the dozen kills anyone who dares speak against him, and his people live in fear of his wrath.

Bound by the contract, Jalia has no choice but to try or die while the challenges grow ever more deadly. Even if she wins, marrying the Monstrous king of Minos may be a fate worse than death.

Contains mature themes.

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    I was skeptical about this book as I had read mixed reviews but I actually really enjoyed it. I loved the interactions with the other princesses and the snarky attitude of the MC. I even liked the end, which I thought would be irritating, though I won't say why because spoilers. I thought the twist at the very very end was interesting too but I don't feel like one of the characters involved was in the story enough for it to have a full impact.

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  • Anonymous

    excellent book... its like a series in one book. I want to year more from this author.

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  • The Heidi

    It is like a trilogy in one book. Long but good!

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  • Katie W.

    It is a really good book but it is quite long so I struggled to remember things when I listened to it , however the story itself is fantastic , i particularly enjoyed the first part

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