The Vanishing Throne

  • Title: The Vanishing Throne
  • Author: Elizabeth May
  • ISBN: 9780575130463
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Vanishing Throne My name is Lady Aileana Kameron First the fae murdered my mother Then they destroyed my world Now I m fighting for than revenge Aileana took a stand against the Wild Hunt and she lost everything her
    My name is Lady Aileana Kameron First the fae murdered my mother Then they destroyed my world.Now I m fighting for than revenge.Aileana took a stand against the Wild Hunt, and she lost everything her home, her family and her friends Held captive by her enemy, and tormenting herself over her failure, escape seems like only the faintest possibility But when she getMy name is Lady Aileana Kameron First the fae murdered my mother Then they destroyed my world.Now I m fighting for than revenge.Aileana took a stand against the Wild Hunt, and she lost everything her home, her family and her friends Held captive by her enemy, and tormenting herself over her failure, escape seems like only the faintest possibility But when she gets her chance, she seizes it to rejoin a world devastated by war.The future is bleak Hunted by the fae, running for her life, Aileana has only a few options left Trying to become part of a society scarred by and hiding from the Wild Hunt trusting that a fragile alliance with the fae will save her or walking the most dangerous path at all coming in to her own powers as the last of the Falconers .

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    About Elizabeth May


    1. If you d like to send me a message, please do so via e mail to ensure I read it elizabethmaywrites at gmail dot com Elizabeth May currently resides in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her husband THE FALCONER is her d but novel Follow her on Twitter _ElizabethMay or visit her website elizabethmaywrites____A note on my ratings and reviews I don t love every book I read But I only rate and review the books I love So consider them my recommendations.


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    1. And that's how a magnificent sequel is done!“Death is her burden. Wherever she goes, it follows. I'm the girl whose gift is chaos.” Edinburgh is gone.The fae left nothing but blood and ashes because Aileana did not stop them. Because she failed. Now she is trapped and tortured by Lonnrach, losing pieces of herself as days, weeks, months pass by. When she finally escapes with the help of Kiaran's sister, she realizes that the war is far from over. Lonnrach is searching for the most powerful k [...]

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    2. I'm leaving this "review" here to more easily answer reader questions (alternatively, you're welcome to visit my GR profile and send me an ask there) and to talk a little about The Vanishing Throne. The images here are ones I collected that fit certain scenes from the book (some of you might recognize them as curious ones that have been sitting for years on my Pinterest page).The Squire by Eve VentrueSome of the scenes in The Vanishing Throne have been in my mind since I first conceived of The F [...]

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    3. i am dead to the point where i dont even know what to say and what the bellwjbdwiwsswjbswknxw i dont even know whata to say i just.goodbye i cant do this anymorei hate this book more than i hate myself, literally burn book I HATE YOU SO MUCH DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE YOU STUPID FUCKFACEAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAI LIKE PICKLES OKAYAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAH SWEET RELISH IS NICE TOO THOUGHYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI LOVE TO LICK STUFFI AM A PINK UNICORN BITCHESAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA LOLOLOLOLOLOL IM RETARDE [...]

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    4. The Falconer is one of my favorite series, yet I haven’t recommended to others until now. That’s because book 1, The Falconer, had such an abrupt cliffhanger it would have been cruel to get others emotionally invested. However, now that The Vanishing Throne is officially out, it’s time to sing my praises for this series and author.A Vanishing Throne picks up a few months after the aforementioned abrupt ending of The Falconer. For those who have read it, you know that Aileana failed to clos [...]

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    5. ✓ what the fuck ✓ oh no no no✓ didn't sign up for that ✓ didn't need it in my life ✓ but i'd re-read it✓ and most likely complain again ✓ legit gonna be a repetitive cycle: read, cry, complain. ✓ but my heart felt like it was shredded into tiny little smol pieces by a Tasmanian Devil ✓ someone call the hospital because i require medical assistance✓ i swear "feels" should be an official disease ✓ hi, my name is tweebs, and I've been diagnosed with feels since i was a child [...]

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    6. I'm in awe right now.You know when you're so deep in a story that you can feel all the things the character feels, and when she's fighting and strong, you feel like you can take on the world too? It's impossible not to fall into this story and feel all the things.I loved THE FALCONER, but its sequel is even more amazing. It has everything that I could possibly want in a story - romance, adventure, a high-stakes plot fraught with danger, fantasy, did I mention the romance? And now I'm left starvi [...]

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    7. WrensReads Review:You know what really upsets me? When only the first book in the series is an audio-book and you can’t even get a physical copy because all the libraries around you only have the digital copy. Like, what type of BS is that? The audio-book for the first one was so incredibly great that I was so pumped to get back into this world but then there was no audio-book. That’s called trickery and I’m not happy about it.Ugh. I’m never going to get over this. I’m moving on.So the [...]

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    8. THAT ENDING. Wowza. I'm torn between 3-4 stars because I have so many mixed feelings. 3.5 stars then?Okay, let's see if I can function enough to write a semi coherent review.(Minor spoilers, big ones are marked.)Basically this picks up immediately after the brutal cliffhanger of book 1. The beginning had a super strong start - but after that, the plot seemed to suffer from the ever-famous middle book syndrome. I didn't expect to give this more than 3 stars - which totally sucked because I LOVED [...]

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    9. I enjoyed this book much more then the first book. It is a dark mix between survivors guilt, anger and revelations. I think it has the right mix of action and story. Though I would like to say I would have liked a bit more action but I understand why it was more focused on the story and revelations. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because it is a bit slow, and a bit too much repetition.In this book we learn the origins of most of the characters as well as the fae race themselves. Ev [...]

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    10. Another book = more Kiarin!

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    11. Actual rating: 4.5Before I start I need to warm you that this review will consist of sheer naked feels. I just finished reading and don't think I will be able to compose coherent thoughts any time soon. So brace yourself for my fan-girling or don't brace yourself and leave this page and shut the door behind you. Your chose. This book. it carved my heart from my chest and took it to distant land called Sìth-bhrùth (shee-brooth). There, my heart will travel from The Seelie Court to The Unseelie [...]

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    12. 3.75Uhm. I don't know what to think. On one hand this was much better than book one, especially plot wise, on the other hand I don't think that May has really evolved has a writer, because The Vanishing Throne has the same flaws The Falconer had.> There's no ending. It's one thing to write a cliffhanger, but ending the book like your computer suddenly broke down the last day of your deadline is another matter. Rushed endings are not the best thing ever, but rushed cliffhangers are an absolute [...]

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    13. 9 out of 10Ревью в моем блоге/This review on my blogLiving A Thousand Lives (please use Chrome/Yandex browser or Android/IOS to see the page; otherwise, spoiler-tags I use to make my post compact may not work)Short-Soundtrack:Pati Yang – Soul For Me Traditional Scottish Music - The Cuckoo in the GroveSnow Ghosts – Lost At SeaGenre: historical-fantasy, steampunk, YAStuff: Fae, apocalypse, war with humansFail: first 30%, I think, were a bit slowWOW: Fae-history, emotional part, [...]

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    14. 4.25 stars "I've been waiting for more than three years," he murmurs. "For what?" What's he doing?"For the girl whose gift is chaos Death is her burden. Wherever she goes, it follows. They say she can either save the world or end it."I was so sure I'd hate the post-apocalyptic twist The Vanishing Throne dives down, but I didn't. Refresher course for those who don't remember the end of The Falconer: Aileana failed to prevent the faery prison from breaking, all hell breaks loose, and in the beginn [...]

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    15. Yeah. This was amazing. I love this cast of characters. Aileana is even more of a BAMF and Kiaran is broody and Derrick is delightful. I am mildly afraid of them, but still want to be friends. The story in this book takes off from the beginning and doesn't let go. It's filled with twists and turns and swoons and laughs and heartbreak. Oh, and one crazy ending. I've never been so excited to have the last book.**Huge thanks to Chronicle Books and Edelweiss for providing the arc free of charge**

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    16. ” You want to know what you mean to me, Kam? “His lips trail down the curve of my neck.“ Every day I wonder when your human life will end, and it scares the hell out of me. “His words are hot on my skin.“ You make me wish I didn’t have forever. “NOPE. I’M NOT CRYING. YOU ARE.

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    17. I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley. This in no way impacted on my view.When I found out The Vanishing Throne was up on NetGalley, I was ready to scream in the middle of a lecture. When I got the email that I'd been approved, I honestly could not concentrate. Even with me having an essay and presentation due asap, I started this book as soon as I downloaded it on my iPad.The Vanishing Throne starts immediately after the awful cliffhanger of The Falconer. Aileana is [...]

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    18. “Perhaps he’s my curse. Perhaps I’m his weakness. Together we left the world in ruins.”Dear Elizabeth,I have a question: what am I supposed to do with my life now?With love (just kidding, I'm hating you with a passion right now, WHAT KIND OF ENDING IS THAT),Beatrice

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    19. 4.5!Un bellissimo sequel pieno di azione, plot-twist e scene che aspettavo fin dal primo libro! Davvero una storia ben elaborata, piena di magia e creature fantastiche ispirate alla mitologia scozzese. Amo tutti i personaggi, in particolar modo quelli femminili, che tengono testa agli uomini (mortali o fate che siano). Ora mi butto nell’ultimo libro!

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    20. ELIZABETH, HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO SURVIVE ANOTHER YEAR FOR THE FINAL BOOK?!?!? DAMNED CLIFFHANGER!!All right, I try to calm down but it's too hard if I thought about the end aaaaaargh!! *swearsinternally**takesdeepbreaths*What I was saying? Ah yes this book was FANTASTIC! Absolutely AMAZING!! I loved EVERYTHING!! Aileana is one of the most beautiful character I've ever read, and Kiaran! Oh man! I have no words to describe how wonderful he is! I love him! And his sister, Aithinne, is another amazin [...]

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    21. I distinctly remember grabbing The Falconer off my shelf on my way to BEA in 2014 and becoming so engrossed in it that I didn’t care about our delays, and I refused to leave the hotel room until I turned the last page because the story was absolutely amazing. The Vanishing Throne quickly became the book highest on my ‘OMG I must have it list!’ Let me just tell you that this second book was well worth the two years it took to arrive in my hands! If you read The Falconer, you know how it end [...]

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    22. Bloody Brilliant from cover to cover, The Vanishing Throne the sequel to The Falconer blew me away.This story is darker than the first. The trapped fae have been unleashed on the world, destroying all that remains. Aileana has faced extensive torture, at Lonnrach’s hands, only to be saved by someone that can truly understand her broken mind. Someone that has played a pivotal role from the start but we are just getting to meet.Aileana must reach deep inside herself to discover a way to save bot [...]

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    23. Much better than the first one!

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    24. Reread it to continue this fabulous series. I'm seriously in love with all the world Elizabeth created based on Scottish and Celtic folklore.

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    25. ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth MayBook Two of The Falconer trilogyPublisher: Chronicle BooksPublication Date: June 21, 2016Rating: 5 starsSource: eARC from EdelweissSummary (from ):The second book in the Falconer trilogy is packed with surprises and suspense. Aileana Kameron, the Falconer, disappeared through the portal that she was trying to close forever. Now she wakes up in the fae world, trapped and tortured by the evil Lonnrach. With the hel [...]

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    26. *4.5/5 stars*Cliffhanger number 2. Is the author trying to kill me or what??P.S. This was so much better than book one!

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    27. Review Found at: awesomebooknut What an imagination some people have! And I’m so glad they are willing to share it with others! WOW! I just love this trilogy! I’m just sad I have to wait FOREVER for book three! Yes it’s that good!I love this story, I love the characters, I love the idea, I love the fantasy behind it, I love the steampunk (is a subgenre of science fiction and sometimes fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-power [...]

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    28. Edit 2:We have a title, an amazing title. And a cover! woooah! What else could I ask for? Nothing else, except THE DAMN BOOK, IN MY HANDS. Edit 1:This book.I REALLY need it.

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    29. 5+ STARS!I totally loved the first one but this oneholy cow, this is even better!There wasn't a word I didn't love!Ailena is much more mature and she's really evolving into a fantastic heroine (not that she wasn't before)We get to know Kiaran better andGood God, I didn't know it was possible to love him even more than I did in the 1st book but I was totally wrong. Every scene between him and Aileana is drop-dead-beautifulMy God, the chemistrye chemistry! *fans herself*. I read tons of books with [...]

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