Wednesday, 8 August 2012

The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa review

The Lost Prince (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, #1)The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The lost prince by Julie Kagawa
The lost prince is the start of a new series but spins off from the iron fey series. Ethan is the half brother of the iron queen and while his human he still has the sight to see all the beings of the nevernever. Ethan’s life change the day he was kidnapped as a kid by the iron king his sister came and saved him but ended staying in the nevernever.
Ethan burns with rage now older and having zero contacted with his sister, he blames the fey for taking her away from him and his family and for making his life a living hell. He tries to keep himself away from everything fey related but they know he can see and the target him. He's learned to be a loner cutting himself off but something new show up and Ethan’s thrown right back into a world that he's been trying hard to forget about but this time will he make it out alive.

The author has a magical way with words because from start to finish I was hooked to this book. I found it easy to care about Ethan I already knew him from the iron fey series but back then he was a fun loving happy kids that loved his sister more than anything, now his lonely and tormented. The fey seem hell bent on taking everything away and hurting him whenever they can. I loved that you really got to know Ethan and understand why he is the way he is.

The storyline in this book was brilliant and to a high standard that I have come to love from this author. There was a great blend of heart pounding action and adventure that had me glued to my seat. There was such imagination put into each character and every new place that you can see everything unfold before your eyes. I laughed, cried and was shocked at times and i loved every single page and i did not want the story to every end.

This book was a joy ride for the imagination, heart stopping action that never stopped and a story that linger well after you had finished the book
5 stars

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  1. Am so excited for this book! Can't wait to read it, I loved the Iron Fey series.


    1. I was so pleased that the author stick with the same world as the iron fey and the book was wonderful.

  2. Great review. I really enjoyed it as well.


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