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by Kristen Gupton

eBook The Phoenix Prince: Royal Blood download ISBN: 1468070401
Author: Kristen Gupton
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 11, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 292
ePub: 1124 kb
Fb2: 1918 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lrf mbr lit doc
Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Fantasy

Kristen Gupton was born and raised in Fresno, California. She currently resides in Elizabeth, Colorado. The Phoenix Prince was an enjoyable read for me, and can definitely be moved away from the disappointment pile that so far many books nowadays have landed themselves in.

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Royal Blood Book I The Phoenix Prince Kristen Gupton This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination. Royal Blood Book I. The Phoenix Prince. This book is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons living or dead are coincidental.

The Phoenix Prince book. I am the daughter of a history pr To Read or Not To Read: The Phoenix Prince by Kristen Gupton is a very interesting premise; I would put this into the "maybe" read pile. Read if you like vampires and the supernatural but can overlook small inconsistencies with storyline and time details. Do not read if you are an amatuer history buff, like myself, and get caught up in details that are not exactly accurate of the times. Overall: I found this book to be a bit cumbersome for me to read.

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The King's Knight (Royal Blood Book 5). More than twenty years have passed since Princess Kayla Sipesh was taken from Tordania against her will by Athan Vercilla. Now, with her adopted homeland of the Northern Wastes in danger, she’s forced to travel back to where it all began. While she’s never met her brother, she must seek out Keiran's help in planning a future war to end Lord Vercilla's tyranny once and for all.

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My author page for my books and weird obsessions. PRINCE OF THE RATS and RISE OF THE RAVEN: Writing both Athan's origin story as well as another about Keiran and Thana's friendship falling apart several years before The Phoenix Prince, and some of the little things that made him who he was at the start of the Royal Blood Series

Prince Keiran no more wishes to be king than he wants to be a vampire.

Prince Keiran no more wishes to be king than he wants to be a vampire. Unfortunately, both fates were determined at his. Prince Keiran no more wishes to be king than he wants to be a vampire. Unfortunately, both fates were determined at his birth. He's spent the last twenty-three years trying to ignore his vampirism, but he can no longer ignore the crown.

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These vampire royals will risk everything to save their kingdom and the people they love. Royal Blood - Kristen Gupton.

These vampire royals will risk everything to save their kingdom and the people they love. Set in a world of intrigue, power, and lust, the Royal Blood Collection will make your pulse race and your toes curl! The Vampire's Throne: Christopher Dal is a vampire prince fighting to liberate his people. When Alice Jones, a stunning photographer, enters his perilous world, they must fight to save the vampire kingdo. r die trying.

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When Keiran gets word that his father is dead, he finds himself mired in a battle against a demon-summoning madman to claim his nation's crown. As a vampire, he is keenly aware that there are no tales of his ilk governing with compassion. Keiran wishes, above all else, to be the exception to this rule. However, surviving at all might just be impossible.
Comments: (7)
Talvinl
I don't remember what I paid for this but it was worth every penny and more. I enjoyed the character development the World building a different take on a vampire and I very much enjoyed it. It was slow at first for a while but then plenty of action. It would have got five stars if there had been more action. It had a sweet Romance I enjoyed, that I would loved more of. I think the next one has his love interests story.
Jode
I purchased the first book, read it, and then immediately purchaeed the other four. The characters are strong and well developed. The plot lines are well thought out and move forward (no stagnating for 100 pages). The dialog is interesting and relevant to the story. I have nothing negative to say about any of them...well, they did end too soon (at least a thousand more pages would’ve been nice, LOL). It has been a long time since I have gotten hooked on a series of books, well done.
Arihelm
I got this for free at ereadernews (an Amazon program). Frankly, I was expecting the usual crap that I find with so very many free books -- lousy grammar, incomplete characters, too many words saying too little ... if you've gotten free books from new or independent authors, you know what I mean. The editorial fairy musta missed whacking a BUNCH of people with his stick. Not to mention this is yet ANOTHER freaking vampire story.
Anyhow, I promise this won't make you cringe or throw your Kindle against the wall. Yes, it has grammatical inconsistencies, and sometimes -- frequently -- the language is far too modern to make sense in a sword-and-sorcery setting, but it's actually a good read. The vampire aspect is very different than the usual bloodsucker tale. The prince is bitten and turned into a vampire as an infant and grows to manhood at the regular human rate. Though the writing is naive at times, it is definitely a good story and well-written. Not Joyce or Fitzgerald, but a really good tale that makes me want to read the next installment. I believe Gupton is going to be a name in the SF/Fantasy genre, and I will buy her next book.
AfinaS
I picked this book up from Amazon for free at one point or another, and hoped that it would be better than the previous two free books I had tried to read before this one. Even with that trepidation, I was pleasantly surprised by what The Phoenix Prince had to offer.

The characters are realistic and unique from one another, however (and I'll get to the plausible cause of this in a minute), some of them were only marginaly developed, and said development could definitely be improved. The cause of this appears to me to be that it seems rather short, even for a free ebook. There are going to be characters that are left weak and unexplored if you only focus on a handful of them; the biggest examples of those left out being the vampire Athan and servant girl Thana. Obviously there is more to be discovered later in the series, but a little more prelude to some of the back stories behind some of these characters would go a long way to fleshing them out.

Beyond that, the pace was fairly calm, even during moments of stress for the main character, Keiran. I never once came across a page where I looked at the clock and wondered if anything would actually happen or not, not even when the action was at a standstill.

Overall, if you're looking for a light, quick but still somewhat satisfying read, then here is a positive choice to go for. The Phoenix Prince was an enjoyable read for me, and can definitely be moved away from the disappointment pile that so far many books nowadays have landed themselves in.
Fordredor
Great story, characters have depth, morals are questioned, rules challenged, myths discussed. Satisfying even as a stand alone. Multiple perspectives somehow manage to flow and blend with each other in a unique and lovely way. Details make the story amazingly real without over doing it. I've read it twice now.
Sennnel
I enjoyed this book. It was different from what I expected. That's what made it even more enjoyable. I would recommend this book.
Quphagie
Looking forward to reading more from the author
I found myself thrown into a neat world that kept me turning the pages. The characters were fantastic and I couldn't get enough of them. This was such a fantastic read! Gripping and filled with suspense. I'm getting ready to check out what other titles this author has. This book is highly recommended without a doubt!