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I Made a Playlist for The Third Daughter

I’m still not over The Third Daughter, so I’m reliving all the emotions on repeat with this playlist. So. Many. Emotions. From the depths of melancholy to the heights of righteousness, this book (and dare I say, this playlist) has them all. If you’ve already read the book, I hope you enjoy the easter eggs (including a song by the author!!). If you haven’t, what are you waiting for?? Press play and get reading.

The Third Dauther

by Adrienne Tooley

Immersive and intense; hand this royal fantasy to readers of Kendare Blake’s Three Dark Crowns and Victoria ­Aveyard’s Red Queen series.” —SLJ

A sweeping YA fantasy about legacy, betrayal, sisterhood, and politicizing emotion in the quest for power—all balanced by a slow-burn LGBTQ romance.

For centuries, the citizens of Velle have waited for their New Maiden to return. The prophecy states she will appear as the third daughter of a third daughter. When the fabled child is finally born to Velle’s reigning queen all rejoice except for Elodie, the queen’s eldest child, who has lost her claim to the crown. The only way for Elodie to protect Velle is to retake the throne. To do so, she must debilitate the Third Daughter—her youngest sister, Brianne.

Desperate, Elodie purchases a sleeping potion from Sabine, who sells sadness. But the apothecary mistakenly sends the princess away with a vial of tears instead of a harmless sleeping brew. Sabine’s sadness is dangerously powerful, and Brianne slips into a slumber from which she will not wake. With the fates of their families and country hanging in the balance, Sabine and Elodie hurry to revive the Third Daughter while a slow-burning attraction between the two girls erupts in full force.

A must-read for fans of the BookTok sensations ​Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, Dance of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson, and These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong.