THE LOST PRINCE starts off in the point of view of Ethan,
so average high school student. Over the years, he has come
up with his rules to survive from Them. If you had to live
your whole life seeing Them and having Them haunt you, you
would have these rules too.
When I began reading The Lost Prince, I was ready for a
great story and good characters. At the beginning, I was
interested to find out what would happen, but then I very
quickly became uninterested. I wasn't sucked into the story
like I usually am. I felt like I was watching the story,
rather then actually being a part of the story.
The book had a great plot, I just wish I had been able to be
apart of the story and not just watching it happen.
Personally, I think that the last five chapters were the
best in the whole book. I still wasn't in the story like I
wanted to be in the last five chapters, even though they
were by far the best.
Don't look at Them. Never let Them know you can see Them.
That is Ethan Chase's unbreakable rule. Until the fey he
avoids at all costsâ€”including his reputationâ€”begin to
disappear, and Ethan is attacked. Now he must change the
rules to protect his family. To save a girl he never thought
he'd dare to fall for.
Ethan thought he had protected himself from his older
sister's worldâ€”the land of Faery. His previous time in the
Iron Realm left him with nothing but fear and disgust for
the world Meghan Chase has made her home, a land of myth and
talking cats, of magic and seductive enemies. But when
destiny comes for Ethan, there is no escape from a danger
long, long forgotten.