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The Dark Prince [Reading] ➶ The Dark Prince ➽ Sarah K.L. Wilson – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Who says all handsome princes are charmingHunted by the Magikas, Amel seeks refuge on a secluded island But when she meets the prince of Baojang there, she realizes she can t stay in hiding Someone ne Who says all handsome princes are charmingHunted by the Magikas, Amel seeks refuge on a secluded island But when she meets the prince of Baojang The Dark Kindle - there, she realizes she can t stay in hiding Someone needs to warn the Dominion of the plotted treachery and quickly before her friend Savette is married off to one of them.


10 thoughts on “The Dark Prince

  1. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Great teen middle grade seriesDragon school, book 3 continues the story withlessons of friendship, growing up, dragons, and coming of age with our characters from the other books Nice series, great dragons


  2. Siobhan Siobhan says:

    Dragon School The Dark Prince is the third instalment of Sarah K.L Wilson s Dragon school series, and if I m completely honest it is my least favourite thus far Dragon School First Flight and Dragon School Initiate were both wonderful stories, ones that pulled me in and left me wantingWhile I did enjoy Dragon School The Dark Prince, I feel as though it was not quite to the same standard as the prior stories.Dragon School The Dark Prince does move our story forward well More of the Dragon School The Dark Prince is the third instalment of Sarah K.L Wilson s Dragon school series, and if I m completely honest it is my least favourite thus far Dragon School First Flight and Dragon School Initiate were both wonderful stories, ones that pulled me in and left me wantingWhile I did enjoy Dragon School The Dark Prince, I feel as though it was not quite to the same standard as the prior stories.Dragon School The Dark Prince does move our story forward well More of the world comes to light, characters continue to develop, and the story moves forward However, I feel as though it did not hit me as hard as the prior instalments While the story did move forward at a fast pace, I feel as though there wasn t quite as much action It wasn t a filler book, as things did happen, but I wantedaction to ensure I enjoyed it as much as the prior instalments I wanted things to hit me hard, whereas this book seemed to be focusedon giving us new information regarding the elements that are coming into play.In truth, I feel as though the events in this book are going to be pivotal going forward The new elements we were introduced to were a lot of fun, the way things developed between the characters has me excited for , and the way this story ended has me wanting to grab the next instalment instantly It may not have blown my mind, but it was another interesting read It progressed the story forward well, and I m still addicted hence my four star rating when I consider it to beof a three point five star read.Overall, worth picking up if you re enjoying the series thus far whatever comes next, I cannot wait to read


  3. *❆ Kαɾҽɳ ❆* *❆ Kαɾҽɳ ❆* says:

    What an awesome read I loved this story, even if it did feel muchshorter than the rest, I loved it What I love about these sequels is that they follow up just where we left off Amel and Leng have escaped the Magikas and Starie, just But they are exhausted and Leng is still feverish There isn t much for Amel to do but when they land on an island and meet the Dark Prince, Amel suspects there isgoing on with the arrange marriage with her friend Savette and the prince Amel knows Sa What an awesome read I loved this story, even if it did feel muchshorter than the rest, I loved it What I love about these sequels is that they follow up just where we left off Amel and Leng have escaped the Magikas and Starie, just But they are exhausted and Leng is still feverish There isn t much for Amel to do but when they land on an island and meet the Dark Prince, Amel suspects there isgoing on with the arrange marriage with her friend Savette and the prince Amel knows Savette s life is in danger, but how can she warn her when no one will listen to a cripple girl Together, we will see Amel fight with courage and fear, we see her persistence and resistance throughout the novel, even when no one believes she can help, she still tries her best This is why I love Amel, she gives 110% on everything she does And I love her relationship with her purple dragon, Raolcan, its sweet and funny, their bond is unique And there s Leng, he gives Amel mixed signs One time there is gentleness and care and another the next he is distant and cold I love Leng and Amel together, so I do hope he reveals his feelings for her really soon Awesome read, cannot wait to start the next one Received a copy from the author herself, in exchange for an honest review, thank you


  4. Courtney Courtney says:

    Hunted by Majika s, Amel, Leng, Roalcan and Ahlskibi have been thrown off course They seek refuge on a secluded island to gather their bearings and figure out their next steps Though Leng is still in terrible condition, Amel meets the Prince of Baojang, and he offers Amel help for her friend, in exchange for some information on his future bride However, not all prince s are as charming as they may seem what could he be doing so far away from home and with out his fleet When Leng is well en Hunted by Majika s, Amel, Leng, Roalcan and Ahlskibi have been thrown off course They seek refuge on a secluded island to gather their bearings and figure out their next steps Though Leng is still in terrible condition, Amel meets the Prince of Baojang, and he offers Amel help for her friend, in exchange for some information on his future bride However, not all prince s are as charming as they may seem what could he be doing so far away from home and with out his fleet When Leng is well enough to ride, he insists that he must get Amel back into the rightful hands of a Dragon School teacher Being that they lost most of their knot in battle, it would be considered improper for a full Dragon Rider to travel with an initiate With Dragon School so far away and mostly empty with just about everyone sent on different missions , he takes her to where one of the closest groups of students and Grandis are the Ruby Isles Luckily, that s exactly where Amel needs to go She has to warn the Dominion of the plotted treachery and stop her friend Savette s wedding before her intended uses her as a pawn to get his wicked way Unfortunately, it s seems like no matter how much Amel proves herself, people will continue to doubt her Even her so called friends.Leng pulls rank over Amel in a tactless effort to keep her safe He makes her keep silent about everything and promises to handle it all himself, while Grandis Elfar agrees with his decision At every chance she takes to expose the truth she gets shut down But soon, everyone will realize that perhaps if they had just listened to Amel instead of doubting her, things could ve ended very differently There s a missing initiate, a war brewing, Majika s and dragon riders scattered all over, a traitor in their group, and let s not forget the hurt between Amel and her friends The Dark Prince is the third novella in Sarah K.L Wilson s Dragon School serial This is a fast paced, YA fantasy short story The world building expands evenin this installment, and we get introduced to a few new characters, as well as better aquatinted with older ones We spend some time in the Ruby Isles with one of the other knots of Dragon School Riders, after Amel s group was basically destroyed I didnt enjoy this one as much as the first two, but that s not to say I didn t enjoy it all I did I just felt like this installment wasof a build up for the upcoming novellas It wasn t quite a filler, as it did provide some important parts to the story, and chracter developments, but it just didn t wow me There is still a lot of suspense and action and mystery as the others, which I love Its those elements that really grab on to you and keep you reading until the end There was a lot of love in this part, which gave it all a different feel And I say it like that because theres the drama of an arranged marriage between Savette and the Prince of Baojang, and of course, there s the addition of Starie trying to come in between for her own terrible reasons so, not exactly love, but romantic drama, I guess I enjoyed that it added to the story and gave us better insights into who those characters are Then there s the love between Amel and Roalcan which melts my heart I absolutely love their friendship and I really enjoy seeing it become stronger as the story progresses But then. there was this strange sort of romance or hints of romantic feelings between Amel and Lang I didn t enjoy that so much Especially after how he treated her in this part Yes, I could understand his reasoning, but even still, how he went about trying to keep her safe was just terrible evenso considering how many times shes saved him I m hoping that if anything happens between them in that sense it s not for a long while and after he s proved himself It seemed too early for anything like that to happen between them, and with the way he kept disregarding her, thinking he knew better was just annoying I m very excited to see how Amel and her group will try to rescue Savette, prevent a war and figure out what to do with Starie Sarah K.L Wilson s Dragon School serial is free On KU


  5. Jodie "Bookish" Cook Jodie "Bookish" Cook says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Book ReviewTitle The Dark Prince Dragon School 3 Author Sarah K L WilsonGenre YA FantasyRating Review After the dramatic ending of Initiate I couldn t wait to jump back into the Dark Prince as it introduces one of my favourite characters in the series Leng hasn t got much better from the last book by the time they rest on an island close to the Ruby Isles, it is also here they meet, Raktaran, the Prince of Baojang, who is sailing to the Dominion to meet his bride, Savette, althoug Book ReviewTitle The Dark Prince Dragon School 3 Author Sarah K L WilsonGenre YA FantasyRating Review After the dramatic ending of Initiate I couldn t wait to jump back into the Dark Prince as it introduces one of my favourite characters in the series Leng hasn t got much better from the last book by the time they rest on an island close to the Ruby Isles, it is also here they meet, Raktaran, the Prince of Baojang, who is sailing to the Dominion to meet his bride, Savette, although he mentions Starie also The dragons are immediately on edge around the Prince but he seems alright to Amel, even given her a cure for Leng but his demeanour changes the instant she mentions that she isn t from a noble house Almost immediately he goes after the dragons claiming that they should be for Princes not low born people like her but Amel counters this by telling him the dragons will not follow him even if he frees them.Shortly after the Prince leaves the island after getting Amel to tell him everything she knows about Savette and warns her not to mention the conversation they had to anyone Amel is immediately concerned for her friend as she can tell the Prince only sees her as a pawn and nothingHowever, his warning doesn t apply to the dragons who immediately tell Leng when he awakens but he is trying to distance himself from Amel as he informs her that they are heading for the Ruby Isles immediately By the time they arrive at the Ruby Isles, Leng s new behaviour is hurting Amel and getting on her nerves especially when the other riders begin treating her like a child despite all she has been through but she obeys Leng in not saying anything about what happened It is clear Leng hasn t told the whole story as he was unconscious or out of it for the most part, and Amel knows there is something bigger going on but her most pressing concern right now is Savette and whether she should find her and tell her of the Dark Prince before he arrives there.It is almost like Amel is in school all over again but withfriends as the only one that even makes reference to her disability is Lenora The rest, Artis, Orra and Olla have no problem with it but she begins learning the basics of formation and hand signals despite Raolcan doing most of the work in practice She also gets to meet Savette and recounts everything she knows about Raktaran and the plot to start a war and Savette immediately enlists Amel s help in preventing war at all cost When the Prince finally arrives Amel isn t too nervous but when she spots Starie and Corrigan there too she knows Savette is in danger She rushes to the aid of her friend only to be stopped by Leng who thinks he can do it all himself which only results in Amel having to save him and losing Savette in the process Amel is furious with Leng because he didn t trust her or listen to her when it mattered most and he apologizes even kissing her on the forehead and cheeks before taking off after Savette to bring her back and Amel is beginning to see he might have feelings for her too Overall, the Dark Prince was an interesting installment and further cements Amel as a great dragon rider in training but she has earned everything she has The stakes are also raising steadily with the threat of war on the horizon and I can t wait to jump into the next book


  6. Bill Tillman Bill Tillman says:

    Hunted by the Magikas, Amel seeks shelter from a storm on a secluded island She meets the prince of Baojang there, she realizes she can t stay in hiding Amelia needs to warn her friend Savette, before she is married off to the prince.


  7. Alli Alli says:

    3 starsMeh I really don t like short stories so reading these books is annoying to me Because they re so short there s no character or world building and I don t feel like I relate anything in this world I think I m going to stop here.


  8. Marjolein Marjolein says:

    It s getting boring with the 5 star reviews on this series, but I just really love it, ok I really love the way Amel is growing into herself, finding out she s not just a burden because of her disability, but that she s worth something, that her bond with Raolcan works really well and that she s capable of doing and achieving things and that she s not afraid any to tell others exactly that She s not just beaten down by opinions other people have about her, she s starting to realize what sh It s getting boring with the 5 star reviews on this series, but I just really love it, ok I really love the way Amel is growing into herself, finding out she s not just a burden because of her disability, but that she s worth something, that her bond with Raolcan works really well and that she s capable of doing and achieving things and that she s not afraid any to tell others exactly that She s not just beaten down by opinions other people have about her, she s starting to realize what she s worth and I just love that And Raolcan with every episode I start to love himI want one, ok The episodes are action packed and an easy read and constantly leave me longing forI just love this


  9. Sabrina Wannet Sabrina Wannet says:

    Amazing how this story is written in such short books.I love the way they tell there things by head and eyes


  10. Angie ☯ Angie ☯ says:

    The Dark Prince is the third book in the Dragon school series, sadly, it is my least favorite of the three First Flight and Initiate were both great stories full of action and they pulled me in right away However, this book does move the story forward We learnabout the world and the characters Once again, we are left with a cliff hanger Amel is out of her element in this book she is a bit too whiny over the little things There is also a lot of tough love being spread around that mak The Dark Prince is the third book in the Dragon school series, sadly, it is my least favorite of the three First Flight and Initiate were both great stories full of action and they pulled me in right away However, this book does move the story forward We learnabout the world and the characters Once again, we are left with a cliff hanger Amel is out of her element in this book she is a bit too whiny over the little things There is also a lot of tough love being spread around that makes you question some of the other character s motives.I did enjoy this book, just not as much as the first two, that could be because it is less action anddetails I am still looking forward to the next book and to see where the story and action go from here


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