The Prince by Kiera Cass book review
The Prince by Kiera Cass book review: This book shows the other side of the Princess’ story; The tale told from the Prince’s point of view.
- Before the competition of thirty-five chosen girls in the Selection.
- Before America’s heart was broken by Aspen.
- Prince Maxon’s had another girl in his life.
- Don’t miss this thrilling 64-page digital prequel novella set in the world of “The Selection”, a New York Times bestselling novel.
This digital publication, The Prince by Kiera Cass, featuring a teaser to The Elite by Kiera Cass, was a hotly anticipated original parallel in the “The Selection” series.
Kiera Cass is an American novelist recognized for the Selection saga. Learn about her on this mini-bio.
If you have read “The Selection” by Kiera Cass, you will find reading this book absorbing and fun.
It goes over the same story but from the perspective of Prince Maxon with more details are added to his personal life, before the beginning of the selection.
The main thing about The Prince by Kiera Cass that is worth mentioning is its length. It is short and should take anyone from 2 to 5 continuous hours to read in its integrity. Not bad for an inexpensive digital publication and well worth it.
If you want to know what the story is all about, read our review of The Selection.
My daughter bought and downloaded this book from Amazon to read on her Kindle. I just happened to have some spare time and I read it too. I have to say I’ve enjoyed every page . of this well-written novella and recommend it to all those who like dystopian romance stories. It is better if you read it after reading The Selection, although the order you do it is not mandatory. Very entertaining.
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Nice to know about short publications. Sometimes I’m lazy and don’t want to read long books. I`m eager to check out the trick by which she created a different point of view showing us the life of the prince and not the princess. Looks a promising book. Thanks for the review, Roberto.
Hello, again, Bruno,
Yes, sometimes a different style is all we need to turmoil our brain. Reading literature gives us the chance of great variety. Cheers and thanks for stopping by again.