Will this be my favorite book of 2019? We’ll see…
For those who haven’t read The Cruel Prince, don’t read this review. Read the book instead. For those who already read it, the ending has been in the back of your mind for many months. I don’t need to catch you up with a summary because you already know. So here we go…
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I think of what it means to make myself the villain of the piece.
At a young age, Jude witnesses the murder of her parents. The murderer General Madoc then takes her and her sisters, only one of who is his actual child, to the land of faeries. She grows up there, raised as a true faerie, though not one bit of faerie blood is in her. She may be raised like one, but is hardly treated as one by those outside her family. Cardan, the absolute worst, and youngest prince of the high royal family, is one of her worst tormentors. And yet Jude dreams of nothing more than earning her rightful place among him and the rest of faerie kind.
It’s the most shocking, twisty, heart-dropping, beautiful, painful book I’ve ever read.
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