➪ The Sleeping Prince Read ➲ Author Melinda Salisbury – Valtrex-4.us

The Sleeping PrinceReturn To The Darkly Beautiful World Of The Sin Eater S Daughter With A Sequel That Will Leave You Awed, Terrified And Desperate For.Ever Since Her Brother Lief Disappeared, Errin S Life Has Gone From Bad To Worse Not Only Must She Care For Her Sick Mother, She Has To Scrape Together Rent Money By Selling Illegal Herbal Cures But None Of That Compares To The Threat Of The Vengeful Sleeping Prince Whom The Queen Just Awoke From His Enchanted Sleep.When Her Village Is Evacuated As Part Of The War Against The Sleeping Prince, Errin Is Left Desperate And Homeless The Only Person She Can Turn To Is The Mysterious Silas, A Young Man Who Buys Deadly Poisons From Errin, But Won T Reveal Why He Needs Them Silas Promises To Help Her, But When He Vanishes, Errin Must Journey Across A Kingdom On The Brink Of War To Seek Another Way To Save Her Mother And Herself But What She Finds Shatters Everything She Believed About Her World, And With The Sleeping Prince Drawing Nearer, Errin Must Make A Heartbreaking Choice That Could Affect The Whole Kingdom.

➪ The Sleeping Prince Read ➲ Author Melinda Salisbury – Valtrex-4.us
  • Paperback
  • 373 pages
  • The Sleeping Prince
  • Melinda Salisbury
  • English
  • 21 July 2018
  • 9781407147642

    10 thoughts on “➪ The Sleeping Prince Read ➲ Author Melinda Salisbury – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    I fell right in love with Silas as he is in this book so much doing good things and he has secrets, but I know what they are mwahahahaahah.So Errin is living in a hovel of a home that she rents from some jerk named Unwin Her mother has some kind of disease that makes her crazy when the full moon is out Poor Errin is trying to keep her mother locked away, making potions to sell to Silas to help her and her mother Errin s brother Lief is also missing Everything seems like doom and gloom whichit actually is because The Sleeping Prince was awakened by the queen and now he s wreaking havoc across the l...


  2. says:

    Second Book Syndrome Ha, Salisbury wouldn t dream of it The Sleeping Prince completely outshines its predecessor with clever writing, an intricately woven plot and the ability to bring eerie folklore in a fantasy filled world to life.Our new character Errin lives with her mother in the small town of Almwyk, the town is being evacuated because The Sleeping Prince is pillaging his way through Lormere, it s only a matter of time before their next But Errin cannot let this happen, she s convinced her mother has Scarlet Varulv a mythical affliction that makes her mother behave like a beast when the moon is full No one in the town would believe such fairy tales and would likely lock her mother up in a facility for the insane and with nowhere to go Errin is slowly running out of options The Sleeping Prince is a fantastic book that follows Errin travelling the Kingdom in the hopes of finding a cure for her mother with the help of her friend the magnetic and mysterious, Silas Silas is possibly the sweetest, cutest character ever, I mean I loved him from the begin...


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    Were you disappointed She takes a deep breath, looking down at her hands My heart was My head wasn t Most days I m at war with myself My head wins, usually And for that I m glad Once again I find myself playing the role of the little weird black sheep The general opinion on this series is that the first book is just shy of decent, while the second is utterly outstanding Well, I found both of them to be equally outstanding Had I to follow my very personal taste I d probably I say I liked The Sin Eater s Daughter better, but, trying to be as objective as I can, each book has its very own specific and different strengths and weaknesses, and though I may prefer one set over the other, they basically even out Errin is a very different character from Twylla, female lead of the first book Their lives are different, and their personalities, and their goals Twylla s development is evident and striking, but Errin is stronger to begin with, and the hardship she had to endure in the last months of her life makes her an admirable, strong heroine She s loyal and level headed, and easy to empathize with You ll probably remember from my review of The Sin Eater s Daughter that I d been hopelessly enchanted by the world building, the mythology, the folklore Well, in a sense, The Sleeping Prince offers a little less of that all I missed, for instance, the depth conferre...


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    The first time to read a sequel that is so bloody better than the first book.Look, I still find the first book to be horrible can t change that , but I just realized that despite me finding the The Sin Eater s Daughter an epic fail, the story of the series is now really one of a kind.Let me summarize what the plot is Once upon there s that douche of a prince who can t keep his wiener in his pants He s also a massive jerk and so powerful, people are scared of him shitless The people got fed up and decided to hire someone to poison the son of a bitch He was now cursed to sleep forever He slept for so long that he became a fairy tale to scare children and eventually, some people forgot that he is a history lesson, not a myth.Until an idiot decided to wake him up.Now the prince is awake and he wants to kill everyone.I did mention that he s a psycho, right Side note This book has a new set of characters and though you might be confused a little bit from the start, it will get better Take that from someone who has a terrible memory.Let me tell...


  5. says:

    DNF 77% I have not read the first book and thank the lord I dodged that bullet, because from what i hear it s even worst than this Are you kidding me The book is called Sleeping Prince so you would think it would be about well, the Sleeping prince The prologue got me all kinds of excited since he was actually in it Now let s not get carried away, it s not actually about a fairytale prince came to life and now trying to conquer the world, he is like the background The main story follows an utterly boring girl named Erin She lives with her sick mother, father is dead and the asshole brother is nowhere to be found isn t he the protagonist from the first book YICKS Let s talk Silas now, shall we HE Him MY sweet, sweet child WAY TOOO GOOD FOR THIS BOOK Why O why He was such an interesting character It s a shame he wasn t...


  6. says:

    screams for ten years SEE YOU ALL AT MY FUNERAL, FUCK ME SIDEWAYS, BYEBYEBYE.REVIEW TO COME OH MY GOD AKDJAKDJFKF WHAT, I CAN T FUNCTION RIGHT NOW Holy crap guys, I read the first 50 pages and already it s bloody awesome and much much intriguing than the previous book.Anyway...


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    Why do I matter to you You don t Then why are you doing this Because I can Because I slept for five hundred years and now I want some sport Ladies and Gentlemen, The Sleeping Prince has woken up and now he s coming for you Despair From the first line till the last word this books is filled with despair Do not try to be brave Do not ask your Gods for help Do not hope Do not wait for heroes to come and save you Fortune favors the bold So does death Fear is your new friend Embrace it Accept it. It will either preserve you or drive you mad The chose is yours, or is it

    Welcome to the Kingdom of Tregellan A place ruled by logic and science The opposite of Lormer, which we aquatinted ourselves with in book one We re not Lormerians, with their temples and their living goddesses, and their creepy royal family We re people of science, and reason.But what happens when a 500 year old fairy tale wakes up Where logic goes Right, out of the window People panic People turn to superstition It s in their nature to seek shelter in anything that at least slightly can reassure them But nor logic, nor Gods can give such shelter any longer What happens when ho...


  8. says:

    11 out of 10 This review on my blogLiving A Thousand Lives please use Chrome Yandex browser or Android IOS to see the page otherwise, spoiler tags I use to make my post compact may not work Short Soundtrack Neverending White Lights Black Is The Color OfIAMX Dead in this houseLes Friction Save Your LifeGenre high fantasy, upper YA, retellingStuff Sleeping Prince, alchemy, warWOW writing style, MC, antagonistPOV 1st person, femaleLove Geometry noneQuote Core Be a good girl, or the Bringer will come, and then the Sleeping Prince will eat your heart I remember how I didn t like The Sin Eater s Daughter much, but decided to read its sequel for the infamous Sleeping Prince BOY WAS I RIGHT Moreover, now I see the first installment differently Yes, there were flaws and pacing was rather slow, but the writing and atmosphere was worth my time If you ve seen how people were upset with the first part of the series and want to sta...


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    Full review available at my blog __________________________________ Note The only reason I did give this series a chance was Katerina s amazing review of this book, do check it out here .My head is exploding and I can barely believe what I just read I will need rehab after this book Or painkillers Or both Throughout the years I have found that a perfect book for me consists of several components good writing, interesting characters I can sympathize with, an angsty love story I m so lame, I know and a mysterious plot It is the last that is perfectly executed here Don t get me wrong, The Sleeping Prince has all the aspects listed above, but what impressed me the most was its unpredictability I really love it when I don t straightaway guess where the plot is going The whole book stars in a way that makes you think it is going to be And as a person, who s read my fair share of YA fantasy, I thought


  10. says:

    This is the second instalment in the Sin Eater s Daughter trilogy, of which I only ever read the synopsis for the first book and so spent the first 50 pages of reading this second book in utter confusion, until I realised this followed a separate protagonist s movements It wasn t until the third chapter that the protagonist, Erinn s, name was even mentioned and, even then, I assumed this was original protagonist, Twylla s, self appointed name, to live a life of undercover solitude I also, once I realised Twylla and Erinn were, in fact, separate people, had a wild and completely false theory that that would account for this seemingly sudden shift in locales and perspectives Struggles all round Once I realised my mistakes I began to try to appreciate this story for what it was However I still found I had some sources of contention.It took almost half of this book for the figure mentioned in the title to make an appearance in the story line It wasn t a case of not enjoying the first half of the narrative but I felt like I was constantly eagerly awaiting a momentous shift of some sort that would switch the very dialogue and internal monologue heavy narration up a g...

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