The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire #3)

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. Javan Najafai, crown prince of Akram, has spent the last ten years at an elite boarding school, far away from hi...

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Title:The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire #3)
Author:C.J. Redwine
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0062653008
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

The Traitor Prince (Ravenspire #3) Reviews

  • Colleen Houck
    Jun 06, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

  • Rachel McMillan
    Mar 15, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

  • Julie
    Feb 16, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

  • Shelley
    Feb 10, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    Jun 28, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

  • Reading Teen
    Apr 04, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

  • Jenn
    Mar 05, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

  • Angela Blount
    Feb 13, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

    Just meh to be hoenst. Full review to come. ...

    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 ch...

    2?75/3 stars It was a meh book. The romance was cute though a bit fast and the plot intriguing but nothing more for me. ...

    4.5 stars Another solid entry into Ms. Redwine's Ravenspire series and another fantastic pairing to fall head over heels in love with. Javan and Sadja are strong, fierce, and above all, honorable. The beasties are creative, the world well-imagined, and the plot solid. Extra hugs...

    Originally reviewed for YA Books Central: http://www.yabookscentral.com/yaficti... An adventurous, accessible YA fantasy?with likely appeal for fans of An Ember In The Ashes. Based loosely on an Arabic folktale called The False Prince, this stand-alone book centers on the kingd...

  • ALEXA
    Jan 18, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

    Just meh to be hoenst. Full review to come. ...

    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 ch...

  • Carina Olsen
    Sep 24, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

  • Madison
    Dec 03, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

  • Brittany Deroche
    Mar 02, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

  • Colleen
    Apr 14, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

  • rachel • typed truths
    Jul 11, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

  • Hesione
    Jun 20, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

  • Stephanie
    Apr 02, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

    Just meh to be hoenst. Full review to come. ...

    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 ch...

    2?75/3 stars It was a meh book. The romance was cute though a bit fast and the plot intriguing but nothing more for me. ...

    4.5 stars Another solid entry into Ms. Redwine's Ravenspire series and another fantastic pairing to fall head over heels in love with. Javan and Sadja are strong, fierce, and above all, honorable. The beasties are creative, the world well-imagined, and the plot solid. Extra hugs...

  • Amber
    Jun 11, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

  • Ling
    Mar 26, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

  • H.S.J. Williams
    Feb 15, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

  • Mykenna Dutton
    Mar 27, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

  • Suzanna
    Mar 14, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Feb 09, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

  • Jesse Nicholas
    Feb 27, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

    Just meh to be hoenst. Full review to come. ...

  • bookhunter
    Mar 17, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

  • Ines
    Jul 17, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

    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 clas...

    You know that thrill when you read a book that has EXACTLY the kind of story you like to read? This one had it for me. A heroic young prince betrayed and forced to fight in a brutal arena. A mysterious and powerful slave girl with a hard exterior and a hidden soft heart. A vivid ea...

    I really, really enjoyed this one. C.J.'s books are always compulsively readable and fun and action packed and creative - I don't know where she dreamed up some of the things in this book. I loved the slow burn romance and related to Sandja a LOT. The villain and his motives and reason...

    As much as I wished for more Rahim POV, as much as I wished for more info on the warden, and as much as I wished that Sajda's descent into friendship and love was slower and warier and not all-of-a-sudden-the-cute, I'm a sucker for innocent boys and guarded girls. slay me now. ...

    I got The Traitor Prince from my library and actually checked out the hardback instead of the ebook. My library didn't have the ebook until the day the library book was due two weeks later and after I spent all weekend fervently trying to finish it. I ended up finishing this book o...

    3.5 stars not perfect but strangely unputdownable ...

    This book pleasantly surprised me. It feels like such a different story than I?ve ever read before, probably because it?s based on a fairy tale (The False Prince) that I?ve never heard of before. I wasn?t sure about the plot beforehand but around halfway through I was astonish ...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Traitor Prince, by author C.J. Redwine, is the third installment in the Ravenspire series. If you have read the previous two installments, The Shadow Queen and The Wish Granter, you know that the auth...

    Sounds right up my alley... ...

    (Review by Reagan) What is better than a good old fashioned fantasy book? (Honestly pizza, but we're not talking about that right now). C. J. Redwine is a master of adorkable fantasy retellings that aren't just straight up retellings. Not to mention THAT THEY ALL TAKE PLACE IN THE S...

    Take a goddamned shot everytime javan says "ilhaleek be merceeful" "ilhaleek grant me the strength/honor/courage" slit me in the throat holy fuck ** EDIT: finished. ggghhhhhhhh.....hacking coughs...it was...okay. ...

    Nothing personal but okay . I read the description and I'd like to say a few things ... Javan Akram Maqbara Sajda Lady obviously has picked up these Arabic words from a couple places but has no idea what they mean. She's randomly thrown them like pineapples on a pizza here an...

    Ok. I?m starting a new rating system. Don?t think this book is trash just because I gave it 3 stars. It was good but do predictable and I found myself skimming some. Definitely not as good as the other 2. ...

    Javan Najafai, the crown prince of Akram, broke my heart. Sent away to school at a young age after his mothers death, he spent years trying to live up to her dying wish and his fathers expectations. When his graduation comes and his father doesn't show, Javan feels lost and is left won...

    Just meh to be hoenst. Full review to come. ...

    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 ch...

    2?75/3 stars It was a meh book. The romance was cute though a bit fast and the plot intriguing but nothing more for me. ...

  • Cassie James
    Sep 06, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...

    ?I love C.J. Redwine's writting. I really do ?Her books just get better and better ?If you like Marrissa Meyer, you need to read these books ...

    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 s...

  • The Girl Murdered by Her TBR
    Feb 04, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

  • Iryna Khymych
    Oct 24, 2017

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

  • Marissa
    Apr 17, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

  • Kayla
    Apr 05, 2018

    Dammit!!! I really am a sucker for pretty book covers!!! ...

    I received a free egalley of this book via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you publisher! 1/5 Stars Where 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 fir...

    This is a great series with each book getting better and better. The kingdoms are so unique and yet they flow together as a part of a fantastically imagined world. If you're a Marissa Meyer fan and/or love retellings of fairy tales, you need to pick up this series. Hope there's another...

    3.5 Stars ?He was no puppet. By his father?s blood and his own tenacity, he was a prince. A ruler. A god among men. And once he was through carving his destiny out of the blood and bone of those who stood in his way, everyone in Akram would bow before him, his name the prayer th...

    Last week, I devoured The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine after a recommendation from my friend Ruth. I loved it to death. Sebastian was a Rachel catnip hero and the dark Rumpelstiltskin world was immensely readable. First off, because I will make you buy this book--- Though the book is the...

    4.5 stars ...

    Javan who is the Prince of Akram has just finished his training at the Milisatria school for Royalty and is about to go home to see his father who he had not seen for 10 years when someone tries to have him murdered. When he finds out that it is a boy who is trying to impersonate him a...

    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...

    This book was not my favrouite in the series. It fell kinda flat for me and I really loved the synopsis but it just didn't live up to my expectations. ...