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From Bree Despain, the fan-favorite author of The Dark Divine trilogy, comes her highly anticipated second young adult series: a contemporary adventure inspired by the Greek myth of Persephone and Hades.

Haden Lord, the disgraced prince of the Underrealm, has been sent to the mortal world for six months in order to convince Daphne Raines to return with him to the land of the dead.

The best way to do this, Haden is told, is to get Daphne to fall...

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From Bree Despain, the fan-favorite author of The Dark Divine trilogy, comes her highly anticipated second young adult series: a contemporary adventure inspired by the Greek myth of Persephone and Hades.

Haden Lord, the disgraced prince of the Underrealm, has been sent to the mortal world for six months in order to convince Daphne Raines to return with him to the land of the dead.

The best way to do this, Haden is told, is to get Daphne to fall in love with him. But getting a teenage girl to fall in love with you isn't easy, especially when Haden's life and more depends on the success of his quest. Little does he know that the tenuous peace between the Greek god of the Underrealm and the Greek god of the Sky is breaking and war is imminent.

If Haden succeeds, his honor and standing will be restored in the royal court, and Daphne will be sacrificed to save us all.

The complication he didn't see coming: he's the one who falls in love.

Now Haden must choose to either fulfill his sacred duty or to follow his heart and find a way to rewrite his and Daphne's destinies.

Previously released in hardcover (978-1-60684-247-8) and electronic book format (978-1-60684-406-9)

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
In this first book in Despain’s Into the Dark trilogy, Haden is an Underlord, a disgraced son of the King of Hades, desperate to redeem himself. His mission is to travel through Persephone’s Gate and entice a girl to come to Hades willingly as a “Boon,” breeding stock for the all-male Underrealm. Daphne Raines, gifted with a beautiful voice and the ability to hear the song inside all living things, and her mother live in small-town Utah until Daphne’s rock-star father comes to claim her. Daphne is no ordinary Boon, and the fate of two worlds rests with her. Despain (the Dark Divine series) builds on the original Persephone myth, laying the Greek references on thick, from a private community called Olympus Hills to a rock opera based on Orpheus and Eurydice. Repeated praise of Daphne’s musical talent gets tiresome, but her hostile reaction to Haden’s assumption that she’s his property is delightful. Despain alternates between Haden and Daphne’s viewpoints with a skill that helps buoy a middle section bogged down with exposition and Underlord angst. Ages 12–up. Agent: Ted Malawer, Upstart Crow Literary. (Mar.)
Kirkus Reviews
A singer and a soldier boy re-enact and rework classic Greek myths in this lengthy series opener. Daphne Raines loves her down-to-earth mother, Demi, and their safe haven in Ellis Fields, Utah. Nevertheless, she moves to Olympus Hills, Calif., with her estranged rock-star father, Joe Vince, in hopes of herself becoming a star. Likewise, Haden Lord wants to please his regal father, overcome his (slowly revealed) childhood trauma and regain his position in the Underrealm court, even if he has to go topside and persuade a girl to return with him to the land of the dead. Mirroring their alternating (and sometimes overlapping) narratives and music lessons, they first clash and then begin to harmonize in their shared adventure. While their fish-out-of water experiences would have been sufficient material for a first installment, Despain attempts to layer apocalyptic deadlines and a convoluted tale of the prophecied Cypher who can find the lost Key of Hades atop reinterpretations of the tales of Orpheus and Persephone. Daphne and Haden occasionally surprise, but they are ultimately a standard heroine and hero. Naturally and supernaturally attuned to the music of the world, Daphne is inexplicably and irritatingly special, while her counterpart, Haden, is darkly handsome as well as sensitive but scarred. An overcrowded modern romance equally inspired by ancient Greece and Glee. (Paranormal romance. 12 & up)
School Library Journal
Gr 9 Up—Despain adds to the growing subgenre of Greek myth—inspired YA romance with this engrossing series opener. Haden is a disgraced prince of the Underworld, who is given the opportunity to win back the court's favor when the Oracle chooses him as the Champion who will travel to the human world to lure a girl who may be the key to saving their dying kingdom. Daphne, an aspiring musician, is whisked away from her small Utah town by her negligent rock star father to attend an elite music-focused high school in California. The destinies of Haden and Daphne are bound together, and while they initially clash, their relationship slowly blossoms amid car chases, near-death experiences, and concert duets. Typical tropes are present: brooding romantic lead with a damaged childhood; spunky Chosen One heroine with a ragtag group of friends, ready to step in and help her save the day; and a safe love interest alternative. The world-building falters, and the middle section slogs at times, but the intersection between the Persephone and Orpheus myths is well done, and Daphne's refusal to be a maid in distress is refreshing. The author also deftly handles family dynamics, and Haden's education on the human world will elicit chuckles. For fans of Sarah McCarry's All Our Pretty Songs (St. Martin's Griffin, 2013), Meg Cabot's Abandon (Scholastic, 2011), and Brodi Ashton's Everneath (HarperCollins, 2012).—Shelley Diaz, School Library Journal
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606842478
  • Publisher: EgmontUSA
  • Publication date: 3/11/2014
  • Pages: 496
  • Sales rank: 218,151
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 780L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.70 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Bree Despain is the author of The Dark Divine trilogy: The Dark Divine,
The Lost Saint, and The Savage Grace. She rediscovered her childhood love for creating stories when she took a semester off from college to write and direct plays for at-risk, inner-city teens from Philadelphia and New York. She currently lives in Salt
Lake City, Utah, with her husband, two young sons, and her beloved TiVo. You can visit her online at 
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  • Posted April 21, 2014

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    The Shadow Prince was so so good. Haden is trying to reclaim

    The Shadow Prince was so so good.

    Haden is trying to reclaim his place as his fathers favourite in the Underrealm. He is picked as Champion, much to the chagrin of everyone, and sent to the mortal plain to get his boon and bring her back with him. His mission is special though, his Boon is the Cypher and can repair the Underrealm and return what was lost.

    Daphne is the daughter of Joe Vance who is a rock star. She longs to leave Ellis and find fame with her singing. Joe turns up and tells her that he was granted custody and she is to move to Olympus Hills and attend the prestigious school there. Whilst there she meets the enigmatic Haden. He isn't used to flirting with mortals and has to try hard with Daphne. Their lives take an unexpected turn when she decides to trust him.

    I loved Bree Despains take on the mythology. Hades is dead and Hadens father is King of the Underrealm. Hadens mother was mortal and he seems to take after her than his cold hearted father. I immediately loved Hadens character. He seems to bundle everything with Daphne but is so nice and sincere that she finds herself drawn to him. The author does a great job explaining Hadens powers. He can shoot bolts from his hands and is an extremely quick learner. He learns music just to get close to Daphne. She was another character I had no problem liking. Even though she has an amazing voice she is so down to earth and doesn't fall for Haden too easy.

    The Shadow Prince is an awesome book packed with plenty of mystery, mythology and plot twists. The pacing is fast and the story will draw you in and have you rooting for Haden. The secondary characters add more twists and turns and overall make the book even better. Haden and Daphnes story will stay with me and I'm eagerly awaiting book 2 to see what happens.

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  • Posted September 5, 2014

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    **I received a free copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange

    **I received a free copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review**

    5 stars!

    Haden Lord works for the devil…well, not quite the original devil, “Hades”, but one of his predecessors, King Ren…whom also happens to be Haden’s father who disowned him at the age of 7 years old. So when Haden is selected as the “Champion” over his twin brother Rowen to go into the “Overrealm” or human world to collect a Boon (another woman for the harem to help the Underlords grow), he thinks he has finally found the thing that will bring him into his father’s good graces. But does Haden know the whole story? When the name Daphne Raines is literally carved into his arm as the “Boon” that is to be brought back, he knows that the next 6 months will be the pivotal to his future in the Underrealm and renewing his status as his father’s right-hand man.

    But Daphne Raines is living a quite life with her mother in the small town of Ellis Fields…working at her mom’s floral shop with her “Uncle” Jonathan, and her best-friend CeCe. Until her rock-star of a father that has been missing for most of her life shows up with a court order to take her back to California to live with him. He tells her that he has gotten her an opportunity at a prestigious arts school where she can pursue her singing career. Reluctantly she agrees and moves the same night with her “Father”, Joe Vince to California – even though her mother disagrees with the decision, she stands by Daphne.

    Upon getting the Olympic Hills, a prominent community with many high ranking people living within it, Daphne ends up meeting Haden…but he scares her off as a stocker and she is immediately repelled by him. But as many girls end up injured and the new-to-town (not to mention gorgeous) Haden tries to get closer to Daphne, they both start realizing things that point toward this not being any run of the mill Champion mission. SLOWLY, Daphne starts to spend more time with Haden, and thus their adventure begins…

    I REALLY enjoyed this book – I think it was great that the prospective alternated Haden and Daphne, it gave a great look at what the both were thinking and feeling, along with those around them. I cannot WAIT until the next installment of this series comes out! Daphne and Haden are just awesome together! A strong and intelligent couple that will save the world…and each other along the way!

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  • Posted May 14, 2014

    3.5 Enjoyable Stars I thought The Shadow Prince was an enjoyabl

    3.5 Enjoyable Stars

    I thought The Shadow Prince was an enjoyable read, and I'm really intrigued for the next one. However, there were elements I wasn't a fan of and sometimes it was a slow read.

    The Shadow Prince was based on the myths of Hades and Persephone, as well as Orpheus and Eurydice. Personally, I don't know these myths. I mean, I've heard about them before, but I've never looked at them too closely or actually read the original stories. So, my critique on the mythological plot of this story is based on how well I thought these myths worked with this story-line, and not how they compare and contrast with the original stories. And I thought the mythological aspect was fantastic! It was my favorite part of this story. I really loved how these myths were intertwined with one another, and I thought it worked! And I'm so excited to find out what happens in book two! I can't wait to see if the characters take back the Key, who the mysterious motorcycle dude is, and what will happen with Haden's unbreakable vow. 

    I loved Haden! His character was really intriguing, and I found myself enjoying his POV. It was unexpectedly funny. Haden is under a lot of pressure, with trying to navigate a world he doesn't know to making a human fall in love with him so she'll want to leave everything behind and literally go to hell with him. As he spends more time on earth, he starts to understand what love means and what's right. He goes through quite a bit of character development, and I liked watching him grow from a coldhearted, misunderstood "bad boy" to a true hero.

    The secondary characters—Dax, Garrick, and Tobin—all had places in this novel. Though, they weren't much better than cardboard cutouts. My least favorite part of this book was Daphne. Yup, the main character. I really disliked her POV. Everything is generally about her, she's always self-justifying, and she always has the answers. She's like an expert on everything and everyone. She can't accept kindness, and she's incredibly pig-headed.

    The plot was slow at some points, especially revolving around Daphne and Haden's "budding" relationship. Honestly, not a fan of that at this point. It just seemed too fast. However, I read this pretty quickly. It was generally fast-paced, and the suspenseful situations were played just right. Although, many of these situations and how the characters came out of them were too easy. They didn't really have to work hard to find all the answers. But I'm definitely excited to see what happens next!

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  • Posted May 3, 2014

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a re

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Egmont USA and Edelweiss.)
    Haden is a disgraced prince of the underworld, sent by his father the king to earth to find a boon – a girl called Daphne Raines.
    Daphne lives in a small town that her mother never lets her leave, until her rock-star father bursts in, and takes her to live in a swanky community, and enrols her at a school with a music programme – exactly what Daphne has always wanted.

    Haden knows that he must take Daphne with him back to the underworld, but he also knows that she’s very unlikely to agree to it of her own free will.
    Can Haden complete his task? Can he have his honour restored? And should Daphne have really left the small town where she grew up?

    This was an interesting story, but there were a couple of niggles that annoyed me a bit. I did like the book overall though, and it didn’t feel long, even though it was!

    Haden was an okay character. I felt sorry for the way his father treated him, but I also thought that his actions were sometimes inadvisable, and his desire to please people was sometimes a little too great. At times he really needed to think about things, and decide what he thought was the right thing to do, rather than what would get him the most honour.

    Daphne was an interesting character, but I didn’t quite get why she didn’t think her mother’s desire that she never leave her home town was maybe a bit suspect. I also thought that Daphne’s actions were a little naïve and un-thought-out. When she was told not to go to the glade, she didn’t wonder why people didn’t go there, or ask why she shouldn’t go, she just thought the acoustics would be good, and went there anyway.

    The storyline in this was interesting, and although this was a long book, it didn’t feel long. There were a couple of little things that didn’t quite sit right though. I think if you really loved this book you’d be able to overlook them, but I personally did notice them. When Daphne’s father turned up with a court order saying that he had custody, it was never questioned, yet nobody thought to ask why he had gone to the courts for custody, why he would be granted custody when he’d only met Daphne once in her entire life, and why the hell he suddenly wanted her anyway! And considering that her mother never wanted her to leave the small town where she lived, she didn’t exactly kick up much of fuss that Daphne’s father was taking her away! She just sort of shrugged and said okay!
    There were several other little things like this that were a bit silly, but I don’t want to get into any more of them because of the risk of spoilers.

    The story was split between Haden and Daphne’s points of view, and at first this was a little strange, as their points of view were very different, and it took a while for this to settle.
    There wasn’t really much of a romance in this book. There was one kiss, but there wasn’t really a relationship of any kind.
    I did enjoy this story overall though, and I did think that the story was written well, so that the large bits of information didn’t feel too info-dumpy. I also thought that the mythology side of things was integrated well so that it fitted in with the rest of the story without feeling totally foreign.

    The ending was okay, but although we had a showdown, a lot of stuff was left unresolved at the end, and we were even left with some extra little bits of information to keep us interested in reading the next book in the series.
    Overall; a good paranormal/mythology story.
    7.5 out of 10.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2014

    Elder's Den

    &hearts Stoneclan &hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2014

    Excellent Read!

    This story enticed me from the very beginning. The plot is exciting and surprising--so much so that is difficult to put the book down! I am looking forward to the next book! I highly recommend this book to those who enjoy mystery, adventure, and mythology.

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  • Posted March 30, 2014

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    'The Shadow Prince' is the first book in a spectacular new young

    'The Shadow Prince' is the first book in a spectacular new young adult fantasy series that follows our two main characters - Haden Lord and Daphne Raines. Of course, nothing and no one are what they seem in the book - Haden is an Underlord Prince sent to find Daphne and bring her back to the Underworld with him. Daphne is an incredibly talented musician and singer - due to her destiny as the Cypher, which she has no idea about. Daphne gets swept away by her incredibly neglectful rock star father to a new town that has an incredibly prestigious music program - everything that Daphne always dreamt of. Now that Haden has walked through the Gate into the Overrealm, his destiny - along with Daphne's - is about to be set into motion and neither of them can do anything to stop it. They both learn a ton along the way, including one of the most important lessons of all - their fate is in their own hands.

    I absolutely loved this book! There was so much going on the entire time that it felt like a fast-paced action novel, only there was a ton of other elements mixed in to create a riveting story that I literally couldn't put down. As the genre description mentions, there's a lot of mythology going on throughout the book. I loved each bit of it and it only made me want to learn more. The author weaves in so many different myths that it felt like the gods were truly alive. It honestly sparked a huge interest in mythology for me - I definitely think I'll be reading into more of it after this. The characters were well written, each with their own strengths and flaws. Daphne is a wonderful leading lady for the story - she's smart, driven, talented, kind, and a very devoted and loving daughter and friend. She makes a great opposite to Haden's character, which is part of the reason I think they work so well together. Haden is your typical tough on the outside, but squishy on the inside guy. He's incredibly hot (of course) and he has the typical issues that most "bad boys" do - he's a bit of a jerk who thinks he's better than everyone. (Okay, so he actually was considered above most of the people in the Underworld, but still - no need to be a jerk about it.) Haden is half human, which everyone in the Underworld, including himself, has always seen as a weakness. As it turns out, it's this very side of him that might just save Daphne and the rest of the world. I liked digging into Haden's character - it was like ripping away layers until you finally saw the truth of who he really was - and then you just loved him all the more for it.

    The plot was full of action, adventure, and romance (of course). I loved watching Haden and Daphne interact and to see their relationship grow and change throughout the story. As I mentioned, the book was stuffed full of mythology - from the characters to settings and myths - and I loved every bit of it. I found the way the author mixed all the various myths together to create this intricate story was amazing. It kept me eagerly reading so I could learn more and see what was going to happen next. There's some elements of suspense and mystery thrown in for good measure, which only adds to the appeal - in my opinion. Overall, I honestly can't say enough good things about this book to convey how much I loved it. It far outpassed most other books in the same genre and left me dying for more. (How much longer until the next book releases?!) I very highly recommend this to fans of YA fantasy fiction along with those who enjoy mythology along with a wide range of other genres, including those looking for an original and refreshing take on mythology.

    Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2014

    Another great

    Another great read by Bree Despain. Hope the next book comes out soon! If you like Greek Mythology mystery and romance you will want to read this book!

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  • Posted March 17, 2014

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    The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain is a new take on some Greek my

    The Shadow Prince by Bree Despain is a new take on some Greek myths, mostly dealing with the Underworld. Prince Haden has been disgraced as a prince and is now sent on an important mission to retrieve a very special boon. Daphne is this special boon that isn’t so fond of the idea of being retrieved. I loved this different take on Greek mythology.

    At first I was really into the book, then I tapered off a little, but then by the end I was so completely absorbed I wanted to read it again….the same day I finished. I loved the plot and the incorporation of the Greek myths. I thought the concept that Bree Despain comes up with is very unique and creative. I also liked how even though it was a dual point of view. I really felt like it was Haden’s story. Yes of course Daphne’s parts are important but it really felt like he was the character developing the most and it felt so refreshing. I was adored the side characters both good and bad. 

    I had a weird kind of love for Haden. Weird being he kind of comes off as a bit of jerk but at the same time there is innocence about him. He lives in a cut throat world that is really looking to cut his particular throat. He wants to prove himself but is impulsive and gets carried away. He has kind of entitled issue that has been bred into him. The thing that makes him different then the rest of the underlords though is he has conscious that comes out the more you read. So for some reason I formed a fondness for him. He wants to be heartless but he just can’t and as the story progresses I fall more and more in love with him. He is definitely boyfriend book material.

    Daphne annoyed me in the beginning. I had trouble connecting with her from some reason. I kind of felt like she was a brat. I seemed to like her more when she was by herself rather than interacting other people. She is very judgemental and it bugged when she would say things about Tobin like, I guess i don’t really know him... you’ve known him for a week!!! I kept telling myself it was her situation and she would grow on me. Which she did about halfway through the book. The more she interacted with Haden the more I liked her and the more I understood her. She is one pretty tough girl and I think that her toughness was just coming through to me the wrong way. So by the end I was invested in her character.

    Lexie, Tobin, Simon, Garrick, Joe, Dax and even Brim. There are a lot of important side characters and I loved how they added to the book. I admit while some I love other I couldn’t stand.Tobin completely annoys me. Especially when he goes off on Haden. I wanted to be like hello Daphne you should be pissed that this crazy guy is possessive over you even though you’ve known him, what one day. Oh wait maybe 3 even though you didn’t talk to him on the weekend. I could probably go on about my dislike of Tobin but I won’t. Simon is properly creepy for a sort of badish guy. There are moments I almost feel bad for Joe. Lexie is pretty awesome, I love when mean girl joins the band of merry men. Garrick, well, I don’t like him. I save the best for last. Dax. I loved the part he had in the story, I want to hang out with him. the awesome bromance between Haden and him kept me invested in the book. When Dax’s story finally comes out I love him even more.

    I absolutely can not wait for book two and it’s epic awesomeness. The romance is very light in book one because it’s developing. Yes my friends DEVELOPING how crazy is that. I have a feeling that things are going to start moving and shaking in book two on that front. I can’t wait to see where it goes. I also can not wait to see how the story progresses. Big things are revealed towards the end and I wouldn’t say you’re left on a cliffhanger because you’re not I just want to keep reading!

    So let’s say great plot, great side characters and a great male lead. I will admit I felt a little sluggish at one point in the book but I was quickly resucked in. Even with my early issues in Daphne I would say to definitely pick up the book. If you are Greek mythology lover like I am you most certainly like this take.

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