November is a huge month. Breaking Dawn comes out in 9 days, I’m speaking at Camp Mighty next week, Thanksgiving is coming up, something random I feel like I am forgetting happened yesterday… oh and books from authors I would positively devour should I find them covered in chocolate, dipped in batter, and fried will be released, and I was very, very lucky to get my hands on them.
For weeks you’ve been hearing me rave about Tiffany Reisz and her two novels, The Siren and The Angel. Both of them were brilliantly written and thoroughly addicting, and by the end of Angel, I was salivating to see where everything was going.
Then, The Prince happened, and everything changed in a wonderfully dramatic way. We see Nora with Wes in Kentucky, and Soren and Kingsley back at home, and I thought all that would make me happy, but it’s not that easy. History begins to seep out, and then I’m starting to have…I don’t know…emotions.
I think that happens with series like these. In the first book, everyone is shiny and new, but as things go on, life makes them darker, more raw, and you’re suddenly deeply invested in these twisted pieces of novel.
While The Prince was every bit as addicting as the first two books, I love it in an entirely separate way. First of all, it’s written completely different. Three realities happening at the same time, each chapter bringing a different timeline, like the Matrix but with more sodomy. And finally, all those moments that had me going WHAT THE FUCK in the first two books, suddenly begin make sense.
No spoilers, but by the end, my mouth was hanging open and I audibly screamed… which is weird because four seconds before it ended, I was swooning. The Prince comes out November 20th. You can pre-order it by clicking here (AND I CANNOT SUGGEST YOU BUY THIS ENOUGH).
And once you read it, let me know, I’m dying to chat about it!
Advance copy courtesy Net Galley