Review: Huntsman’s Prey (Kingdom #7) by Marie Hall

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Huntsman's Prey (Kingdom, #7)

about the book

The long anticipated spinoff to the Bad boys series if finally here, the Dark Princess Saga begins with Hatter and Alice’s daughter…

Rumors abound in Wonderland, of a dark princess named Chrysalis who bears the Moon’s curse. Her beauty is beyond compare, and her madness… even greater than her father’s, The Hatter. Death follows wherever she roams, and Danika—fairy godmother of all villains—knows this task is too great for her to handle on her own. She has no choice but to seek out the one they call Huntsman, his mission is simple: Find the creature, and destroy it.

But nothing is ever so simple in Kingdom. The moment the hunter Aeric steps foot in the mad, twisted realm he’s enveloped in a reality that is neither wholly true nor fantasy. The key, the Cheshire explains, to ending the madness is for one to become mad themselves. The Huntsman has one chance to figure out the riddle before the beauty destroys them all…

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My Review

We are back in Wonderland again!

Marie Hall brings us her new book, Huntsman’s Prey as the eleventh book of the Kingdom Series. Mad Hatter and Alice’s daughter, beautiful and powerful Chrysalis had been moon-cursed as was and had been hinted in several books before, namely Hook’s Pan, Moon Flower, and the anthology Danica’s Surprise. Remarkably, this novel’s extremely unique storyline is as twisted as its magical setting, Wonderland. Pretty interesting and sometimes confusing (as it should be) dialogues with the Cheshire cat adds to the insanity and exceptional quality of this book. In spite of the beautiful madness, the plot itself is poignant concludes in a moving climax.

***Spoiler Warning*** Marie Hall has quite an interesting take on the bizarreness and mysteries of the Multiple Personality Disorder.

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Author

Marie loves books that make you think, or feel something. Preferably both. And while she’s a total girly girl and loves glitter and rainbows, she’s just as happy when she’s writing about the dark underbelly of society. Well, if things like zombies, and vampires, and werewolves, and mermaids existed. (Although she has it on good authority that mermaids do in fact exist, because the internet told her so.)

She’s married to the love of her life, a sexy beast of a caveman who likes to refer to himself as Big Hunk. She has two awesome kids, lives in Hawaii, loves cooking and occasionally has been known to crochet.

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6 thoughts on “Review: Huntsman’s Prey (Kingdom #7) by Marie Hall

    Kimberly Mayberry said:
    March 17, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    Thank you for the review! I really want to read this book!

      tsukimep responded:
      March 17, 2014 at 9:47 pm

      You are so welcome!!

      OMG! I love love love Marie Hall! She’s awesome~ Have you read her other books in the Kingdom Series?

    Christina M said:
    March 25, 2014 at 1:43 am

    Great review! I’m looking forward to reading this.

      tsukimep responded:
      March 25, 2014 at 8:37 am

      This book is crazily good. XD in my opinion, of course. XD I hope you will love it too!

    denise smith (@denise1999) said:
    March 29, 2014 at 1:40 am

    thanks for the review the book looks really good thanks so much

      tsukimep responded:
      March 29, 2014 at 9:37 am

      You are welcome! 🙂 I absolutely adore Marie Hall’s Kindom Series and I hope you will too.

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