The Stolen Heir

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A runaway queen. A reluctant prince. And a quest that may destroy them both.

Eight years have passed since the Battle of the Serpent. But in the icy north, Lady Nore of the Court of Teeth has reclaimed the Ice Needle Citadel. There, she is using an ancient relic to create monsters of stick and snow who will do her bidding and exact her revenge.

Suren, child queen of the Court of Teeth, and the one person with power over her mother, fled to the human world. There, she lives feral in the woo

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ds. Lonely, and still haunted by the merciless torments she endured in the Court of Teeth, she bides her time by releasing mortals from foolish bargains. She believes herself forgotten until the storm hag, Bogdana chases her through the night streets. Suren is saved by none other than Prince Oak, heir to Elfhame, to whom she was once promised in marriage and who she has resented for years.

Now seventeen, Oak is charming, beautiful, and manipulative. He’s on a mission that will lead him into the north, and he wants Suren’s help. But if she agrees, it will mean guarding her heart against the boy she once knew and a prince she cannot trust, as well as confronting all the horrors she thought she left behind.


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Guest a month ago

I was truly worried about what I would think of this spin off. The folk of the air trilogy was the book series that made me realize I was not slow when it came to reading I was just given books I did not like or connect with. So to say Cruel Prince and its sequels are important to me is a serious understatement. Knowing that, I was nervous because as much as I love Holly Black for these books I was worried since I have not connected with her others. Book of shadows was ok and I’m still two books in on Modern fairy tales and I’d have to be in a specific mood to read the last one. All this to say while I put this book off for a long time due to me being worried about what it could potentially change, I am so grateful and happy I get to see this world again!
Wren and Oak are so endearing in such different ways! And I do love that we get to see the little girl from the last book now grown and now know what became of her. Seeing Oak older is also really nice we get to see what growing up with a father like Madoc when you are fae looks like. The story is fun and it is nice to see a borderline romance develop within the first book (part of me wonders if that’s from criticism from cruel prince or if this would have always been the plan). The quest plotline is fun but to me it was secondary to the characters (though it does deeply affect these characters). I’m excited to eventually get the sequel (I’m getting it from fairyloot so it will still be a while until I get to it l)
Ultimately I think this book is more of a 9 stars rather than a true 10 star for me but good reads doesn’t do fractions so 10 star it is!

Guest a month ago

I fell in love with Wren on the very first page and I loved her until the very end. She's such an intriguing, multi-layered and complex character with a compelling background story and insightful and self-aware way of thinking. Oak, on the other hand, disappointed me quite a bit. He felt bland in comparison, at times. I was intrigued by him, but he never quite managed to convince me to like him or even love him. I'm hoping the second book will accomplish this feat. None of the other characters grew on me either. The plot also felt a little underwhelming to me, but picked up pace and intensity towards the end, which compelled me to buy the second book to see how it unfolds further. I'm very excited to see how Wren will proceed and how Jude might retaliate

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