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The Lost Prince Review

Title: The Lost Prince  Book Cover
Title: The Lost Prince Series: The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten #1 Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Publisher: Mira Ink Format: Paperback Goodreads Source: Bought

Don’t look at Them

Don’t speak of Them

Never enter Their world

Those are the rules that Ethan Chase lives by when it comes to the dark fairies that robbed him of his sister.

But they are still on his trail and Ethan can’t fight fate forever.

Now the deadly fey are at his school, colliding with his real life, Ethan will sacrifice everything to keep his mortal friends safe, even if it means becoming entangled in the world he’s spent his whole life trying to deny.

His destiny and birthright are calling.

And now there’s no escape.

My Review

Okay i had to check myself a couple of times when i was reading this book. The cute 4 year old that used to cling to Meghan’s leg and ask her to check under the bed for monsters has grown into an angry, brooding ninja! The reason most of us read spin off books is to see previous characters and while we saw Meghan and Ash for only a little while, it really didn’t bother me, I was completely hooked by Ethan’s story!        

Ethan’s story is full of action from the start till the end and way darker. But i was ecstatic when PUCK APPEARED!!! i know a lot of people think that Ethan is an idiot for accusing Meghan of abandoning him and that’s true but Julie Kagawa really explains Ethan’s feelings and somehow it made me understand why he blamed Meghan. And then the Kierran bomb was dropped-OMG!!i absolutely adore him and Annwyl. I also love Kenzie, she’s so spunky and really straightens Ethan out.      

The whole story is absolutely engrossing and makes you dream of the second book. We are taken again into the fascinating world of the Nevernever which is quite different from what we first read about.

Definitely recommended to all Iron Fey lovers! 

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