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Prisoner of Reign: Young Adult/ Middle Grade Adventure Fantasy (Reign Fantasy, Book 2) (Reign Adventure Fantasy Series) by [Right, Emma]
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Jules Blaze can’t be happier now that he’s found his family after all the trials and tribulations. Yet, he is still burdened by the task of looking for the crown. Daunted, he wonders how he can look for something lost and dashed to pieces hundreds of years ago, and feared gone for good. Without the crown, his people will never be able to reverse the curse upon them. They would forever remain an inch tall and subject to the evil of Gehzurolle, his army of Scorpents and agents of deceit. Worse, Jules is weighed by guilt over Saul, his friend Miranda’s grandfather, who died in the fire from which they barely escaped.
When he glimpses a figure that could pass for the dead Saul, Jules wonders if he has seen a ghost. Investigating the situation leads him down a road of one peril after another. He first loses his friend, Miranda, to Sekt, Gehzurolle’s agent. Sekt is a mastermind of manipulation. Unbeknownst to Jules, Sekt wields a secret weapon that will destroy all Elfies before they can find a way to the Point. Will his subtle schemes finally drive the Elfie race to extinction, and Sekt win the favor of Gehzurolle, his master? Will Jules stay true to his calling and turn his back on his friends as he seeks out the Crown?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3572 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Right House Books; first edition (21 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M0EWRMS
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great fantasy for pre-teens and teens! 21 October 2014
By Heather G - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
“Prisoner of Reign” by Emma Right is the second book in the Reign Series, but my first foray into this fascinating world. I may come late to this party, but that is alright. Emma Right planned ahead for readers such as me, in the beginning you will find a quick synopsis of Book 1, along with a character list that explains ages, roles and main traits. Despite missing the entire foundation of this story, these two additions help greatly – enough so that I didn’t have to go back and read Book 1, though I will now just because the concept of 1 inch Elfie people captures my imagination.
Let me repeat that – 1 inch people, Elfie people. They have been cursed; they aren’t really supposed to be only an inch in height. This curse was cast over their entire race in retribution for a broken crown and a broken promise years before. Jules Blazes, 16 years old and heir of a Keeper, has been thrown into an adventure the likes of which he never could have imagined – with his 4 siblings in tow. Now that they are all together again (the siblings were lost in Book 1) Jules is on a quest to find the Crown, Petra, and take it – and somehow his people – to The Point.
This Fantasy novel is aimed at pre-teens and teens ages 9 and up – though adults (like myself) will find it entertaining as well. The
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fascinating Read 12 December 2014
By George Shadow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Title: Prisoner of Reign
Author: Emma Right
Reviewer: George Shadow

Summary:
Jules Blaze can’t be happier now that he’s found his family after all the trials and tribulations. Yet, he is still burdened by the task of looking for the crown. Daunted, he wonders how he can look for something lost and dashed to pieces hundreds of years ago, and feared gone for good. Without the crown, his people will never be able to reverse the curse upon them. They would forever remain an inch tall and subject to the evil of Gehzurolle, his army of Scorpents and agents of deceit. Worse, Jules is weighed by guilt over Saul, his friend Miranda’s grandfather, who died in the fire from which they barely escaped.
When he glimpses a figure that could pass for the dead Saul, Jules wonders if he has seen a ghost. Investigating the situation leads him down a road of one peril after another. He first loses his friend, Miranda, to Sekt, Gehzurolle’s agent. Sekt is a mastermind of manipulation. Unbeknownst to Jules, Sekt wields a secret weapon that will destroy all Elfies before they can find a way to the Point. Will his subtle schemes finally drive the Elfie race to extinction, and Sekt win the favor of Gehzurolle, his master? Will Jules stay true to his calling and turn his back on his friends as he seeks out the Crown?

Social/Historical Context:
Here comes the second installment in Author Emma Right's fantasy series. The characters are all the more vivid and their quest is as important as ever. PRISONER OF REIGN is a creative and engaging story with betrayal, family and friendship as strong themes running through its pages. Jules Blaze must lead his people in the hunt for a prize that would surely determine their fate in the end.

Book Cover & Formatting
The cover art is classic with some of the creatures who play key roles in the story displayed for all to see. The cover also evokes a sense of the fantastic world Author Right has created in her book. Title fonts are beautifully placed before a very important key, which readers are bound to come across as the story unfolds. This reviewer is of the opinion that the interior format is also fairly done, but could have been better.

Writing Style:
Having reviewed Emma's first novel in the series, I'm of the opinion that she is getting better and more artistic with her writing. The character, Miranda, comes to mind as a good example of the writer's expressive creativity. In addition, Jules' siblings with their very different natures deserve to be mentioned here, not to talk of the main antagonist, who would stop at nothing to achieve his objectives no matter how evil. And Sekt, who can forget him? He is the mastermind behind Gehzurolle's diabolical intentions, and frankly, I must say he does deliver. I observed no errors in the course of reading this novel, which has been a very interesting sequel to the first novel.

My Thoughts:
A fascinating read covering a remarkable journey into a world many fantasy lovers would approve of.

George Shadow is the author of THE BLACK BOOK.
3.0 out of 5 stars Good reading! 24 November 2014
By BooksAreMagic - Published on Amazon.com
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Jules Blaze with his friends and family goes on in another adventure (struggle) to save himself and his loved ones. In addition to constantly being in the threat of weird creatures and insects, now, everyone around him is falling sick. And Miranda, his love interest, is kidnapped. Jules has three days to bring the chest to the evil Sekt, in order to free Miranda. But, Jules has another problem added to his pile now. Everyone he touches suddenly begins to fade. How can he protect himself and others, while not being allured himself to regrets?

I didn't read the first novel in the series. But, the author has given a gist of the happenings in the first novel at the beginning. It helped a lot to catch up on the backstory. The novel has good pace with well thought out subplots - it kept my interest till the end. The plot was interesting and the adventure and action kept me awake. The character building was great. You will care for most of the supporting characters too, while reading. The kids were adorable, but you cant help feeling annoyed at them for not listening to anyone and wandering off of their own, bringing another new problem.

There were some parts that I am not so fond of. Writing - it was dragging in some places. I want to skip them, because they felt less important to me with other surrounding plots. There are very less hopeful places in the novel. I wish there were some bright spots to hope for, in Jules life. It was always filled with danger and threats from the start to end.

I had a good reading time, although didn't feel so satisfied/hopeful at the end.
4.0 out of 5 stars Imaginative fantasy involving miniature people 9 January 2015
By atomskeater - Published on Amazon.com
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Prisoner of Reign continues where the first book left off, with the Elfies (little inch-high people) attempting to protect the ancient books and themselves from their mortal enemies while searching for ancient artifacts. They're holed up in underground caves, and if worried about being discovered wasn't enough they have to content with red ants, strange illnesses, and Sekt and Whisperer. For those that did not read the first book, there are character outlines and summaries in the beginning, and as you read the characters talk a lot about what has already happened so it should be easy to piece everything together.

As with the previous book, there are a lot of characters. Each chapter tends to switch between a different characters perspective as they try to achieve their own goals. Jules Blaze, reunited with his family, is still on a quest to take the Elfies to The Point, Miranda wants to see the mother than abandoned her as a baby but finds it hard to go to her with all the danger that surrounds them, etc. Betrayal, family ties, and self doubt are strong themes of the book and help to flesh out the characters.

The chapters are bite-sized, and the entire book can be read in a single afternoon for quicker readers.The cover is colorful and eyecatching, and the text didn't suffer from an abnormal amount of typos and seems well formatted.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great, fun read 25 November 2014
By Deborah B - Published on Amazon.com
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Prisoner of Reign by Emma Right continues where Keeper of Reign left off. Jules has a couple of close calls and gets discouraged at times, but his will to fulfill his destiny is strong. There are many obstacles he is going to have to overcome in order to figure out the way to end the curse.
I think this is a good read for young teens that enjoy fantasy. It shows that there are consequences for not following the rules, that everyone has an inner strength, and that there is nothing to big that cannot be overcome. This author uses a lot of imagination in the creation of different animals that Jules and his friends come across during their adventure.
I give this book 4 stars. I stayed up late reading, just because I had to know how this book would end. There were a few minor problems with editing in the book but nothing that takes away from the story. I have already started recommending this book to my son and his friends.