Kresley Cole’s Poison Princess – Review Posted

As the Young Adult market continues to grow by leaps and bounds growing numbers of successful adult authors are trying their hand with a new, younger audience. A handful of my favourite authors have already successfully crossed over to the YA market – Gena Showalter, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Kelley Armstrong among others – and now I am happy to report that the fabulous Kresley Cole has joined their ranks with the first novel of her new Arcana Chronicles, Poison Princess.

The post-apocalyptic theme is very popular in YA books and Kresley not only masters it, but she also manages to add a unique paranormal and mythological twist by blending in the mysteries of the tarot and the will of gods. The result is a dark, sexy, fantastical, but all together realistic tale that readers won’t want to put down. And don’t be dissuaded by the YA categorization – current Cole fans are going to love this every bit as much as her Immortals After Dark series.

The review is posted in the Book Review section and you can read it here.

 

Kresley Cole, Poison Princess, Arcana Chronicles

 

September 2nd, 2012 at 3:12 pm

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Posted in Abilities and Book Reviews and Deities/gods and Gena Showalter and IAD and Kelley Armstrong and Kresley Cole and New Releases and Paranormal and Postapocalyptic and Sherrilyn Kenyon and Teen Fiction and Young Adult and Zombies by LadyJayne on September 2nd, 2012 at 3:14 pm.

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  1. Joani S Sep 3rd 2012

    I read your review, the book sounds really good. I want to read it, but I might not rush into anything with the second so far away.

  2. I don’t know exactly when the next book will be released, Joani. I am assuming that it will be approximately a year in between releases as that is fairly common. Hopefully Kresley can write fast and her publisher will be able to release the second book sooner.

    I know how you feel about starting new series when they first launch. The wait between books almost kills me. I love finding established series so that I can stay in that particular world for awhile but I eventually catch up with the author and the wait begins again.


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