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Queen of the Freaks

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Melanie doesn’t like surprises. She especially isn’t fond of big surprises, like finding out on her nineteenth birthday that she has a secret identity. Queen Tianna is what the taxi-driving gnome called her as he drove her home from an epic party, and Melanie isn’t impressed with the new title. Sure, she likes bossing people around, but there’s way too much fun stuff that ...more
Published December 13th 2011 by Angela Anderson
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Kevin Hammond
This is a great read. I mean the imagination behind it is seriously warped but the writer carried on through the story with a warm kind of charm, and a sense of humour that sells the next story. I do hope there is one.
What really makes this one great (for me) was the main character. she is kind of a brat but although her life has turned upside down and she has become queen of the freaks, she is semi down to earth while being a bit daft at the same time. I don't know how to explain that but all I
Shayna Varadeaux
Pretty good now where's the next book??? I need to know what happens next!
No offense but the protagonist Melanie just rubbed me the wrong way since the beginning. Usually I'm into fae stories (not so much for the vampire though) but she was just so shallow and self-centered. At the times the dialouge was entertaining and sarcasticly witty I'll addmit that. And the changes to thr mythology were unoriginal: vampires and sunlight (which I personally think is over used in books nowadays), and just the bare minimum for faeology. Other than the book is a quick yet still nte ...more
~Justine of Bex 'n' Books
i REALLY liked this! super funny and captivating. she had me on page one with " no, I'm not being mean here, he really was a dwarf" from then on i lmao. i mean ya everyone is boo-hooing about the F-word being used a lot, but being from a family of north jersey Irish roman catholics, i heard worse at Sunday dinner. it was thought out, well written and left with enough questions to leaving us wanting more but feeling like the story was finished. bravo.
Story about a girl who starts out as a shallow waitress and ends up as a shallow Queen. Fortunately the rest of the book was enjoyable.
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