The Prince of Exiles

The Prince of Exiles

by Hal Emerson

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BN ID: 2940044485815
Publisher: Hal Emerson
Publication date: 04/17/2013
Series: Exile Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 792,967
File size: 665 KB

About the Author

Hal Emerson was born and currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as an author and English teacher. He graduated from UCLA with a BA in Theatre specializing in Shakespeare. He has an undying obsession with raspberries and dark chocolate.

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The Prince of Exiles 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
John Howard Henry More than 1 year ago
Great second book - serves the series the way it should with a lot of twists, turns, and development. Lots of errors initially, but he updated it halfway through, got the updated one and it was much tighter grammar-wise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down. So many twists and turns...
shelcheesy More than 1 year ago
I'm so disappointed by the amount of grammatical errors in this edition. They are completely distracting. Which is a shame, because this is such a fantastic series! Our main character is so unique and broody, and postively endearing! The story line is very engaging, rich and complex. But for the love of God, fire the editor and release new, updated copies!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It kept me turning the pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series! Can't wait for the next book....and am hoping to see more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait for the next book - Really enjoyed reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Despite the grammatical errors, I found that I've truly enjoyed the first two books of this series. I was so pleasantly surprised to stumble across the first, which was free, and realized that I wanted to purchase this second book as soon as I finished reading it. There were sections in here that I found extremely engrossing; in particular, Raven's conversations with Goldwyn. And I've got to say that I love Raven, too. He is a complex but endearing character. I'm certain to buy the next in the series, whenever it is released.
Topcho_Nina More than 1 year ago
"The prince of Exiles" starts shortly after where the "The Prince of Ravens" left. There's one small, but very important difference though - here I am not torn between hugging Raven and hitting him with something really heavy, lol. In the first part, I really enjoyed reading about his struggles, but all the time I was all like "Oh. please, oh, please, oh please, don't make anything stupid!"Here and now, Raven is slowly developping into a true Prince, a true leader... and it all makes my fangirl heart so happy! :D There were quite other things, that helped, too: Friendship. I immensely enjoyed the relationship between Raven, and Tomaz and Leah. And in the first book - especially with Tomaz - it really made me cry at some parts. And here, things get even cuter, with Raven trying to figure out what friendship really means. And adding the other Kindred he communicates with - like Davydd for example. Oh, in the first book, I wasn't sure how I felt about him, now I know - I absolutely love him! And Goldwyn - oh, dear, that man was amazing, tho some of the conversatuons with him was such a brainf**c that I felt sorry for the poor Raven. Some things that i didnt quite get from the first book, now became more clear - like Leah and Davydd's past for example. And romance! Yay! Now this is something I really missed. Leah and Raven were so cute and akward and silly together, and their rare moments made me melt. Raven in charge. Okay, it's just he was so awesome, in the city of Roarke, or in the tunnels, or standing there and giving that beatiful speach, and racing and ....err... well girl needs her hero, lol! But it was really cool to wactch him grow, from denial to belief, to the point that you, as a reader, feel proud and so happy for him. Bad guys. Yup, we need them. As mentioned, I just didn't have it in my heart anymore, to keep bad feelings for Raven. And this is good, because I just have a limited amount of hatred - and I needed it all to go to Henri Perci. And at one point, Leah too. Twists and turns, and spins.... The end was - oh, dear. For some parts of the plot, I had a good guess - like Davydd having a Talisman - and the hope that HP will be a bad guy, but the last chapters left me with my jaw dropped. The one and only thing that didn't make me happy about this book - is it just me, or they Midwinter celebration was quite in the spirit of Christmas? Presents, evergreen trees, holy, wreaths? I decided not to make analogies and pay attention to how the Kindred imagine the hell in the first book, but really, I think something new and different could be put up instead. And in the end - the cover. I usually begin review with few words for the cover, but this time I will end with it. The art is really good and the artist is undoubtedly very skilled. But when I first saw the book, my thought was "Heeey, where's my pretty boy!" As I went reading, I figured out that this is probably Geofred but it didn't make sense to me. And when I closed after reading the last chapters... it made perfect sense. The prince of Eagles deserved it like no other to be there. And now, I just hope that the next part will be out soon. Ooh, and I so hope it'd be called "Prince of Veil"! The end of the book triggered my imagination and it is now running wild. And one other thing that I am dying to find out is Raven's real name, that was taken from his Mother. Oh, I hope it is a good one!.