Image of The Rebel Prince (The Moorehawke Trilogy)


Image of The Rebel Prince (The Moorehawke Trilogy)

This third in the Moorehawke Trilogy continues the fast and bloody pace, while still capable of being read as a stand-alone. Each character satisfyingly grows exponentially into his or her own potential. Although having been primed to adore him for the first two books, readers might find Alberon hard to sympathize with and harder still to love. A must-read for any fan of the series, or of the genre.

Wynter Moorehawke and her companions have finally made it to the Rebel Prince’s camp after a long and bloody journey, only to discover things are not at all what they expected. Alberon has strange friends and stranger allies, and his plans to restore his father’s throne to its previous glory are dangerous and disturbing. Wynter, Christopher and Razi must convince Alberon to return home, stop war from breaking out and thwart the plans to distribute the most dangerous weapon ever invented. (ORBIT, Oct., 432 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Victoria Frerichs