The False Prince

Jennifer Nielsen
5
Jun 22, 2016

To unify the discontent of the people, a nobleman of the court brings together four orphans in his plan to find an impersonator of the king’s lost son. They must compete fiercely for the role, they face certain death if not chosen. Sage, one of the boys, can see that the nobleman’s plan is suspicious, but he must be chosen, he has his own agenda as well.

This was such a fun quick read! I couldn't put it down, I just had to keep reading. I loved the main character and the way he not only kept secrets from other characters but from us as readers. This book was not predictable because of all the plot twists and mystery which I loved. Most YA books are all predictable, the guy gets the girl...blah,blah,blah, and I really liked that this was not one of those books. And the dialogue in this book was phenomenal. I can't wait to pick up the next one and plan to do it very soon!

I recommend this book to everyone and anyone up for an adventure!

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Olivia from Leawood Pioneer Library YAAC

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