Oh what a tangled web we weaveKesh fled Faerie as a queen killer. Now she returns as the Faerie Kings secret obsession. But on Faerie, nothing is as it seems, not even Kesh herself. With days to stop Arrans execution and the stoic guardian, Sirius, as her constant shadow, Kesh must weave her lies deep within Faeries courts where magic and whispers combine and conspire. Soon,...
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Prince of Dreams Reviews
Pippa DaCosta’s Messenger Chronicles series is wildly imaginative and increasingly complex (though somehow still easy to follow along) as each book in it adds more and more layers. It’s hard to summarize either the series or it’s most recent book, the wonderful Prince of Dreams (Book 4) without spoiling anything so I’m not going to even try and instead refer readers to the publisher’s blurb. I love the lead here, the wonderfully crafted and gloriously complex mess that is Kesh. I love the slow b ...more
As always, the author makes the reader go from tremendously happy to heartbreakingly sad, and sometimes all in one chapter, in this latest installment of the series. Events are progressing quickly, and Kesh is at the middle of everything, of course. I love the latest addition to her harem, and I admit to some reservations at the beginning when the signs were there. There are no reservations now! Talen, Kellee, and Kesh were not together for most of the book, and I missed their interaction. That ...more
Draws you in
This was a book I was patiently waiting for. I love this entire series. There are twists and turns that I didn’t see coming. I cannot wait to see what happens next.
I don't even know where to start with the latest installment of The Messenger Chronicles, Prince of Dreams. What I do know is this series is getting better and better!
As far as I'm concerned DaCosta is the Empress of the Slow Burn. Every book builds on the anticipation of the previous one, and Prince of Dreams transitions from the slow burn to an full 4 alarm fire. DaCosta lived up to the potential, then exceeded it. Spending 3 books to work up to this is pure genius. DaCosta has a cast of beau ...more
Gah, this series is not shy about putting a readers heart through the wringer! This one sees our feisty hero and her harem of dangerous men scrambling to find a piece of Faerie's deadliest weapon. This time, it's told from two different perspectives: Kesh and Kellee's. Old characters are brought back and new monsters are unleashed, and the ending will leave readers clamouring for more.
The characters are even more complex than before. They often went back and forth between different aspects of th ...more
Pippa has once again out done herself. The beauty of each book from the Messenger Chronicles has been baffling, it makes me want to devour the entire series in one go. I’ve read series of books before and there is often at least one book within the series that makes me question my interest. Like when a trilogy tends to drag the 2nd instalment to prolong the story enough to reach a third one. I keep waiting for a time where I would find one here but how each instalment just gets better and better ...more
THERE IS A FIFTH BOOK!
It’s not a dream.
You know, book 3 really had me all worked up.
Now, now. Book 4 has me all sorts of fucked up.
ARE YOU SIRIUS???
Lololol. Sorry had to. Hahahahaha I mean... the opportunity presented itself graciously. Serious=Sirius. I couldn’t take it seriously at first but then I realized Kesh was all for Sirius.
I still can’t believe Sirius is now... a part of the harem.
I now have to reimagine him in my head. So far my feeble mind has conjured a HOT Ron ...more
No disappointment here
I love, love, love this series! I've been hooked since book 1 and can't get enough of Kesh, Kellee, Talen & Sota. Prince of Dreams does not disappoint. Like all the other books in the series, every time you think you have it all figured a new wrench is thrown in and you realize you don't really know it all. The character development in this book is also fun to see. We get to really know Kellee and of course see Kesh continue to grow while still making mistakes and learn ...more