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    Eminently Readable

    Krollis is everything a prince should be. Tall, handsome, athletically built, he is the epitome of a prince. Endomer however is small, bookish, and can barely hold a sword. But that is okay because Endomer doesn’t want to be king. Endomer lives for books. He likes nothing more than to spend his days in the library surrounded by them. But Endomer has a problem, he is a prince. A prince who is almost 15. He and Krollis, his twin, were born almost 15 years ago and no one was told which boy was born first. He would find out on his 15th birthday. Find out if he would be able to stay in his library studying his beloved books, or if he was destined to rule one day. His birthday loomed over him like an ever present doom. For years the Kingdom of Korin has been at peace. But with recent Vizzen sightings, war seems inevitable. Could more things go wrong at the same time? Probably. This is where we find Endomer at the beginning of the “Prince of Korin”. I have thoroughly enjoyed how the author brought his character to life. The joy of his library, feeling of dread when thinking about his upcoming birthday, it was all very real. It was particularly enjoyable reading about him solving problems in a way only he could. Using what some would consider his weaknesses as a strength. Designed for a Young Adult audience, “The Prince Of Korin” is eminently readable and very engaging. I do hope there are more books to come from Melody J. Bremen. Reviewed for LnkToMi iRead in response to a complimentary copy of the novella provided by the author in hopes of an honest review.
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