The Prisoner’s Throne

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An imprisoned prince. A vengeful queen. And a battle that will determine the future of Elfhame.

Prince Oak is paying for his betrayal. Imprisoned in the icy north and bound to the will of a monstrous new queen, he must rely on charm and calculation to survive. With High King Cardan and High Queen Jude willing to use any means necessary to retrieve their stolen heir, Oak will have to decide whether to attempt regaining the trust of the girl he’s always loved or to remain loyal to Elfhame and


hand over the means to end her reign—even if it means ending Wren, too.

With a new war looming on the horizon and treachery lurking in every corner, neither Oak’s guile nor his wit will be enough to keep everyone he loves alive. It’s just a question of whom he will doom.

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Holly Black comes the stunning blood-soaked conclusion to the Stolen Heir duology.

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Guest a month ago

I have mixed feelings about this book. On one hand the political intrigue and betrayals was well done, but on the other hand the pacing was inconsistent, the romance and character development was lacking. The plot was interesting, but I felt that it dragged and at times I had a difficult time following the plot. The pacing was inconsistent throughout, it was very slow at times and then it was too fast. I have mixed feelings about Oak, he is charming and manipulate, but he also cares about his sisters and family. I didn't feel a connection to the characters, which had an effect on my enjoyment of the book. I liked Wren, but she made decisions that I didn't agree with and her character development was lacking. I wished the story also included Wren's point of view, I didn't understand her decisions in certain situations and her feelings were not explained. I really enjoyed the Jude and Cardan cameo in this book, I loved seeing them together and it was interesting seeing them interact with Wren and Oak. The romance between Oak and Wren was lacking and I didn't feel a connection between them. I liked that their romance developed over time and they understood each other, but the chemistry and tension was lacking. I enjoyed the ending and I was shocked by the several betrayals. Overall this book was okay, but I felt that the pacing was inconsistent, the character development was lacking and the chemistry was lacking between the main characters.

Guest a month ago

Interesting to have the other half of this duology in Oaks perspective. Wren has imprisoned him, but he's still in love with her and spends pretty much the entire book trying to fix his mistakes and protect her.

The Fairy Folk are so intricately rendered, as in all Black's books, and so interesting. Lots of twists and turns. Nice suspense and mystery, and great to see Cardan and Jude again.

Guest a month ago

This one was hard to rate. There were some rushed parts and one BIG HOLE THAT BUGS ME is WHY/HOW was Oak able to be in the High King/Queen’s room without them knowing when he had to pass a guard to get inside? Like the guard wouldn’t have immediately told Cardan and Jude?

There was also an exaggerated amount of self loathing from Oak and bad communication between him and Wren.

All that being said though, I loved being back in this world and learning more of Oak’s story after he was in the mortal world. And of course Wren. Honestly I couldn’t figure out the “plan” the whole time until it was revealed which I enjoyed. It also seems like the book sets up for another one and I am ready!

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