The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire, #3) by C.J. Redwine

The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire, #3)

Javan Najafai, crown prince of Akram, has spent the last ten years at an elite boarding school, far away from his kingdom. But his eagerly awaited return home is cut short when a mysterious imposter takes his place—and no one believes Javan is the true prince.After barely escaping the imposter’s assassins, Javan is thrown into Maqbara, the kingdom’s most dangerous prison. The only way to gain an audience with the king — and reveal Javan...


Details The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire, #3)

TitleThe Traitor Prince (Ravenspire, #3)
ISBN9780062653000
Author
Release DateFeb 13th, 2018
PublisherBalzer + Bray
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Retellings
Rating

Reviews The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire, #3)

  • Iryna Khymych
    2017-10-24
    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher!1/5 StarsWhere do I even start with this book? As excited as I was with the premise, the actual story for me did not deliver. And neither did the writing. From the first page I already had a feeling this was not going to be a book that I was going to end up enjoying. The writing was stagnant, ill-paced, and unimaginative. I’ve read books w...
  • Madison
    2017-12-03
    With The Traitor Prince, C.J. Redwine once again delivers an epic fantasy, with aching romance, adventure, heart-pounding injustice, and high stakes as the characters fight for their survival.Prince Javan has spent the last ten years away at school, working harder than all his classmates to fulfil the promise he made to his mother to be the best, learn the most, so that he can become a just and strong ruler. But when he is attacked on the eve of ...
  • Cassie James
    2017-09-06
    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. The Traitor Prince is all I was expecting and more. C.J. Redwine is an author who I have been super impressed with ever since The Shadow Queen and she just keeps getting better and better. The Traitor Prince continues this amazing series with the story of Javan, a very interesting and compelling character. He is the C...
  • Carina Olsen
    2017-09-24
    This book broke my heart. Which was fully rude of it. But I loved it so very much, despite how broken my heart is. These fairytale retellings are the very best. And this third one was so amazing. I love how every book is a standalone, yet set in the same world around the same time. And small hints from all the other books.This book tells the story of Javan and Sajda. It begins with Javan still at his school, where he have been at all times for th...
  • Peachy
    2018-01-04
    Fear out. Courage in. To be published in February 13, 2018 by Balzer + Braye-ARC provided by HarperCollins on Edelweiss+Genres: YA fiction, YA fantasy, Action & Adventure, Fairy Tales & FolkloreThemes: royalty, stolen identity, romance, duty, honor, faith, courage, determination, sacrifice, friendship, acceptance, love, power My synopsis: An Arabic retelling of The Prince and the Pauper: Javan, the Crown Prince of Akram and an honorable and duti...
  • MichelleRae
    2017-11-26
    I won an ARC of this book in a giveaway and I can't wait for the finished hard cover coming in February!The Traitor Prince is a fantastic third installment in the Ravenspire series that rivals my love for The Shadow Queen (Ravenspire #1). This book stands out primarily because it made me smile, and laugh out loud in several scenes, something that doesn't happen often enough when I read. Overall, it's one of the best books I've read this year.Java...
  • Alexa
    2017-06-20
    It would more accurately be a 3.5, I’d say. As with the previous novels in this companion series, I enjoyed Redwine’s spin on fairytales and fairytale tropes. I liked her characters a lot (particularly Sajda) too. But I did feel like this one suffered a wee bit from a villainous character (or two) who didn’t particularly impress me; it certainly made me feel a little less sympathetic about the stakes (even with all the intense things that h...