The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air)
"This series will delve deeper into the strange, glittering, malicious courts of Faerie than I’ve gone before,” Black says in a release. While The Darkest Part of the Forest introduced readers to the faerie world, The Folk of Air Trilogy will bring that world a step closer. This new series,... show more
"This series will delve deeper into the strange, glittering, malicious courts of Faerie than I’ve gone before,” Black says in a release. While The Darkest Part of the Forest introduced readers to the faerie world, The Folk of Air Trilogy will bring that world a step closer. This new series, according to the publisher, focuses on “a young human girl who witnesses her parent
Publish date: 2018-01-02
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers ( 2013 )
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Folk of the Air (#1)
Holy hell. I need to pick up my jaw from the floor. This book is full of twist and turns, it zigs when you think it's going to zag and now I'm a jumble of emotions. Reading progress notes pg. 49 - Jeez, this bullying is anxiety-inducing. And also rage inducing for good measure. pg. 97 - I a...
A dark whimsical read full of deception in a bizarre and interesting way. This book honestly lived up to the hype and I need the sequel as soon as possible. Faerie might be beautiful, but its beauty is like a golden stag’s carcass, crawling with maggots beneath his hide, ready to burst. Some Fae a...
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black “You really do want me,” I say, close enough to feel the warmth of his breath as it hitches. “And you hate it.” I actually regret that I didn't read this jewel of a book sooner. But I am equally sad about the wait for the second book in the ...
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleThis is just one of those books that is super difficult to review.Overall, it was good.I think my downfall was reading The Darkest Part of the Forest before this one. I absolutely loved that book. It was amazing. I loved everything about it. When I fig...
This is not a story about Tinker Bell. There is no Neverland where all of the fairies happily live together. There isn't any pixie dust, but there is a lot of blood. Holly Black's faeries aren't tiny wisps of whimsy who endeavor to help humans. This is not a fairytale but a faerie-tale. Black's tale...