Born a slave, bred a prince. The Slave Prince follows the tale of Thom, a mischievous teenage prince who discovers his lineage in the slave race. When the calling to be the chosen one arises, he relies on the power of a magical stone to save his people.
With the magic of raindrops, youthful King Robb travels to the realms of the universe in search of his late father, who he believes is alive. But while on his adventure, Robb learns the daunting fate of his realm—a beginning... to its end.
I rarely come across books written in second person - I, myself, find it difficult to do so. But Jane does it seamlessly. Right off the bat, we're pulled into a world through the engaging narrative and interesting premise. What's more to ask from a book?
It’s hard to be the ’good guy’ when you lead the local cell of the League, a terrorist organization. Gang warfare turns out to be the least of your worries when shadowy organizations start targeting your friends.
The Blight changed everything, sweeping the globe, leaving humanity on the brink of extinction. The melior, with their immunity and fortified walls, stepped in to provide sanctuary. Now, the last of the human race are enslaved, but alive.