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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
At the tender age of twenty-two, Rani Sada Kaur became a widow when her husband, Sardar Gurbaksh Singh, fell in battle. She had one daughter, Mehtab Kaur, and no son to succeed her husband. Her father-in-law, Jai Singh, needed an heir to preserve the integrity of the Misl, which burdened him. Sada Kaur, who had taken a vow to avenge her husband's death, stepped up to the task. She promised to keep the Misl together, take back conquered territories, and create a sovereign Panjab. Warrior Queen – Rani Sada Kaur by Ranveer Singh portrays a woman of valor who was fierce on the battlefield as she was wise and kind at the home front. She will juggle love for her people, loyalty to a betrayer, and devotion to her family.
Warrior Queen – Rani Sada Kaur by Ranveer Singh is a brilliant epic historical novel that will appeal to every audience. It features themes like bravery, loyalty, grief, the art of war, spirituality, and more. The plot was a strong and unique one–a fictional tale that felt like reality. I loved the narrative storytelling style, which took me from the present into the past. Character development was also fantastic, as Ranveer built them formidably. My salute to Sada Kaur because I was so in awe of her. Desa and Rami also have my respect because they were fierce women. I wish that this book was longer because it reiterates that women can be more! I liked the glossary at the end because it helped me understand some words. This is an inspiring masterpiece, and I loved it.