The Outcast Prince
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: July 2nd 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Court of Annwyn (#1)
The problem here might be trying to cram too much into too short a book. (t's actually 288 pages; there's an excerpt from The Goblin King adding to the page count). The end result is that the story keeps getting interrupted by just enough world building to be dangerous. How dangerous, you ask... A...
I read her Goblin series and when I saw that she was to publish a series with fairies I was intrigued. I liked what I heard about Annwyn, it was the not so kind Fae types. Caspian is a changeling and has never been to his father's court. He is human, but still got those fae qualities too. I must con...
Reviewed for: Lets Get RomanticalWhere the Night Kind RoamI wasn’t expecting to like this book as much as I did. I never should have doubted Ms. Shona Husk! She has such a great way of pulling you into the story right from the beginning. This story is fast paced, interesting and the chemistry betwee...
Lydia and Caspian got the short end of the family stick. She is a famous (and slightly notorious) Callaway, and he is the changeling son of the Prince of Annwyn. Both situations come with a whole slew of trouble. Caspian is psychometric, meaning he gets impressions of an objects history when he touc...
4.5/5, full review to follow.