Nameless Queen

Content Overview

Overall Content



Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking


Intimacy, Sex, Immodesty


Violence, Weapons, Blood, Crime


Potentially Intense Themes


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My Opinion

“Power won’t change you. Power only allows you to change yourself.”

3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5) This is a book I feel I can recommend to anyone. It’s so nice to say that! It has adventure and excitement without a lot of offensive content. So all you parent”s that ask me for recommendations, this is a great one. There are a few questions I still have about the magic and society, but not enough to persuade me not to like it. It confronts beliefs about belonging, class in society, family, wealth and friends. I like that the main character was strong in her beliefs and didn’t waver. She did what she felt was right, not what others wanted her to do. She also learned things for herself, whether it be information or skills, she learned it to better herself, for herself, regardless of the future.

Content was super mild. Minimal language, no intimacy at all and little violence. Truly, kids and adults alike could enjoy this. It has deep meanings that can be thought provoking but is an easy read and a comfortable writing style.

I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Nameless Queen

Rebecca McLaughlin

One girl must make a name for herself–or die trying –in this royal fantasy where an unknown peasant becomes the ultimate ruler. But how long can she keep the crown if everyone wants her dead?

Everyone expected the king’s daughter would inherit the throne. No one expected me.

It shouldn’t even be possible. I’m Nameless, a class of citizens so disrespected, we don’t even get names. Heck, dozens of us have been going missing for months and no one seems to care.

But there’s no denying the tattoo emblazoned on my arm. I am queen. In a palace where the corridors are more dangerous than streets, though, how could I possibly rule? And what will become of the Nameless if I don’t? 

-Excerpt taken from Goodreads.

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Detailed Content Review



H***- 9


A**- 2



Bas****- 6

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Derogatory terms and curses unique to the book etc-


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Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking

A young woman drinks wine. 

A young woman drinks wine at a meal. 

Intimacy, Sex, Immodesty


Violence, Weapons, Crime, Blood

Pickpocketing is a lifestyle for lower class people. If they pickpocket the highest class, execution is possible. 

Wearing upper class clothes can get a young woman thrown in prison or executed. 

A young woman knocks a young man down then punches him in the face. 

A woman points a gun at a young woman. 

A young woman sees a magical hallucination of hundreds of poor people shot with rifles. 

A young man is shot, his body slowly falls to the ground. A woman howls in pain.  A woman slams the butt of her gun in a man’s face and shoots the gun, killing a man. She shoots another. 

A young woman is sentenced to execution. 

A 14y year old is caught stealing and executed. 

A woman has shot two men and shoots another. 

A young teen has been beaten, bruised, starved and neglected while in prison. 

Fires that killed many were started on purpose. 

A young woman attacks a man, he fights back. They punch and knee until she bangs his head against the wall, knocking him unconscious. 

A young woman throws something on fire at a woman, catching her clothes on fire. 

Two young women fight, one kicks the others knee, dislocating it. 

A young woman tries to kill a man. No real details but the book refers to it many times. 

Two women duel with swords. 

A woman stabs another woman with a sword. 

A woman breaks a young woman’s arm. Then stabs her with a sword. 

Potentially Intense Themes

Two teens go missing. One that’s previously missing is found dead. Many go missing. It is unknown what is happening to them. 

Fires blaze through multiple houses. A few run in to save people. A few houses collapse, some with people inside. 

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