‘Then fear enough for both of us, because I don’t.’”
– The Crown Princess’ Voyage by Dylan Madeley
(I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.)
Crown Princess Chandra Kenderley is a powerful sorceress, a liar and a betrayer who allegedly stole leadership from her royal father by murdering him in cold blood. At least, that’s what she’s being falsely accused of by the citizens of Kensrik. With the recent attack and growing suspicions, will the repercussions destroy the kingdom’s already fragile peace? Accompanied by her Gift-Knight, the Princess sets out on a perilous journey to seek out the truth behind what truly happened that forcefully ascended her upon the throne. Her extraordinary fate and that of an evil goddess will collide in this ancient and epic adventure.
The Crown Princess’ Voyage is the second book in Dylan Madeley’s trilogy. With great anticipation, I couldn’t wait to dive right into this unique world. The writing-style and the development of the story really drew me in. The story was rich and action-packed. The idea of a crescent-shaped continent surrounded by an ocean filled with monsters had my attention right away and so I wanted to know more about this world from the get-go. The writing was stunning in the way that everything seemed very real and I couldn’t help finding myself immersed into the story and along for the ride, side by side with our characters.
I definitely recommend this series if you’re a big fan of Game of Thrones and are looking for a similarly entertaining and gritty fantasy.
I give this book a 4 out of 5 rating!