Prince of the Elves

Prince of the Elves Review

THE ENEMY GROWS STRONGER...

Emily survived the chaos of the Guardian Academy, but Max Griffin has stolen the Mother Stone. With it, the Elf King forges new Amulets that will give him the power to invade and destroy the nation of Windsor. Emily and her friends lead the soldiers of the Cielis Guard in a fight to stop him, but Max stands in their way. And when she seeks information from the Voice of her Amulet, she discovers that the Voice is much more sinister than she ever could have imagined.

Title:Prince of the Elves
Edition Language:English

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  • Brian Yahn

    Prince of the Elves is very polarizing.On one side, it's a slow grind, with a lot of backflashes and exposition and not much to advance the story. That is to say, it breaks a lot of conventions for go...

  • Calista

    Just when I think there's nothing Kazu can possibly do that's new and top what's he's done, he finds a way to make it more awesome. This is a fantastic series. I enjoy this. The story is getting very ...

  • Cameron Chaney

    Fortunately, volume 5 of The Amulet series improves on volume 4. Still not my favorite volume but much better. I'm excited for volume 6!...

  • Daniel

    I knew it. Chess is a dangerous game.I dalje se iznenadim kada vidim neke prosto predivne scene... mada ne bi trebalo....

  • molly

    This whole new storyline is so hard to follow!...

  • Ferdy

    2.5 starsLoved the Trellis and Max parts, their back stories and characters were so much more interesting than boring Emily's. The artwork was the best part again, the single page panels were great....

  • John Papadopoulos

    Even though this volume has been a bit slower than the other ones I soo loved it! As we go along it gets darker and better which i am a huge fan of that! Trellis is now my favorite character! And the ...

  • Jonathan Terrington

    Things have moved from strength to strength in this volume. The artwork is beautifully edgy and yet still age appropriate for its young adult readership; the dialogue is better than previous novels (i...

  • Faith

    This series just keeps getting better, man...

  • Rachel

    I am so surprised that I'm giving this five stars, but when I look back, there was nothing that I did not enjoy about this book. I read it in one sitting I just couldn't put it down, the art was pheno...