Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Review: Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

The Lost Prince (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, #1)Title: The Lost Prince (Click title for Synopsis)
Source/Format: Won, Paperback
Age Range: YA
Publisher/Publication Date: Harlequin Teen, October 23, 2012

My Thoughts:

     Let me start off by saying that I love this series, and I’m glad that Kagawa decided to do a spinoff.  I got to see some of my favorite characters of all time, but talking about them would be too much of a spoiler.  I was wowed by this book, and I feel that it lived up to the previous ones in the series.  This book is not a waste of time, and fans of the Iron Fey series should really go out and buy this one. 
     I enjoyed the characters, new and old.  I also liked seeing where Megan ended up, and what her life was like—even if it was only a few glimpses.  I’m also glad that she chose Ethan as the new main character.  I kind of felt bad for Ethan since he had to deal with the fey, and it often led to him getting in trouble.  As a reader, I really got to see how hard his life was, and how much it affected his family and those around him.  The point is that the fey made his life harder than it had to be.  I found his reactions very believable, which led to my overall enjoyment of the book.  I was glad he found someone that made him happy, no matter how hardheaded she was.
     The storyline sucked me in, and I couldn’t put it down.  The Lost Prince was a fantastic first book in the spinoff series.  I recommend this for anyone who loves the genre, or is familiar—or not—with Kagawa’s work. 
I absoluetly loved it.  I would recommend it to everyone!

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