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Not including the violent aspects and the ripples created by them would have been, I felt, to gloss over the atrocities of war and colonization that persist to this day in our very real world.

However, the last thing I want to do is to blindside people who already understand that all too well. If anyone has any questions about this, please feel free to reach out to me through DMs.

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More filters. Sort order. Sep 17, Emily May rated it liked it Shelves: arc , coverly-love , , fantasy , young-adult.

Is it better to have your life ended by someone who hates you or someone who loves you? Ash Princess has a heroine desperately trying to reclaim her stolen throne, a mindlessly evil tyrant who stole said throne, and a love triangle What's that, you say?

You've heard this one before? Yeah, me too. That being said, to give credit where it's due, it stands out for being compulsively readable and entertaining.

Plot and character-wise, it resembles many other YA fantasies. But I was just complai Is it better to have your life ended by someone who hates you or someone who loves you?

I can't deny it is very compelling, though it relies heavily on violence, abuse and misery to keep us turning the pages. I'll spare you a plot summary - you can probably guess it anyway - and just say there's a rightful queen held captive by the conquerors of her kingdom who must assist the underground rebellion and reclaim her throne.

Whilst fighting off the hot dudes along the way, of course. Many are comparing this to Red Queen , which I did think was shallow and emotionless.

They are also similarly paced and engaging. Aside from an awkward infodump in the first chapter, it goes down smoothly.

The violence and unfairness make it easy to keep turning the pages. Shortly after the book opens Theo is forced to murder her father, and nothing gets me reading like a nice dose of fury at the injustice of it all.

Theo's undercover manipulations are also fun to read. The book tries to explain it away but it doesn't really make much sense.

Surely if you want to dampen any hope of reinstating the rightful monarch then you would just kill the rightful monarch. I should warn that it is at times grim and gory.

Slavery is a norm; beatings, torture and rape non-graphic are common. The divide between the dark-haired, olive-skinned Astrean people and the pale-skinned, blonde-haired Kalovaxians is clearly along racial lines.

BUT what can I say? It is also an entertaining pageturner. If you have room in your heart and on your bookshelves for another fantasy with princesses, evil rulers, rebellion and romance, then you could definitely do worse than this one.

TW: graphic abuse and torture; rape non-graphic ; racism. Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube View all 48 comments. Apr 12, Cristina Monica rated it did not like it Shelves: fantasy , love-triangle.

I hope you will not fall off your chair if I tell you that you have read this story before. Maybe once, or twice, or a hundred of times, but you most certainly have.

Girl loses kingdom and family. Girl wants kingdom back and boy helps her. Girl manipulates her way surprisingly mainly into—instead of out of—trouble.

Nothing stands out. Not even the idea of multiple gods and goddesses and gems that hold power that can be used by and on people. There is the illusion of a world-building but it is jus I hope you will not fall off your chair if I tell you that you have read this story before.

There is the illusion of a world-building but it is just that… an illusion. In the beginning, I was sure I would love it.

The pretending entertained me. Pssst… I can also read hands, for a small fee. Well indeed there is. A very—wait for it—predictable and annoying one.

What a waste of a really amazing cover oh and potential. Though, was there potential to begin with? The only reason I read it is because I have a thing for princess stories or so I have claimed recently.

But now I feel like a fraud. I might have to rethink my preferences. View all 45 comments. Nov 07, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , romance , read-in , dark , arc , magic , young-adult.

This was such an addicting and captivating read. This was the first book of that I read in one day, which is saying something because this book is almost pages.

She is used as a reminder for her people that the Kaiser has enslaved, and when they do anything to rise up, Theodosia takes the punishment.

Her back is incredible scarred from the whippings she has had to endure, but the Kaiser also inflicts so much mental and emotional abuse alongside the physical.

And gems come from those caves to give people magic, but they also give people with an affinity for the element s a lot of magic.

Now that the Kaiser rules, he forces the slaves down there to mine, but most lose their minds after being around the power s for too long, and eventually lose their lives.

Inside, Theodosia feels a constant battle about what she can do while feeling so absolutely helpless. Yet, Cress also lost her mother when she was very young, so an unconventional friendship grew from two girls both mourning the mothers they never got to know.

I loved seeing their friendship develop and become what it was by the end of the book. But Theodosia is constantly reminded of all the things she lost alongside her mother, but she is forced to do the only thing she can: survive.

That is, until one day a boy from her past comes and offers her a way out, and a way to maybe right a few wrongs that have happened to her people.

On top of the fact that this is a story about how one empire colonizes another, and puts the remaining population in chains and are force them to work and die in the mines harvesting gems.

Part of him also wants to be saved. Now, a lot of books have kind of vague, blurry, love triangles, but Ash Princess just has a blatant one, and I loved it.

It is legitimately friends to lovers and enemies to lovers and my shipper heart was so full of happiness. I personally like the enemies to lovers side of the triangle more, and I was falling off my bed, swooning so damn hard, during the last tunnel scene.

The romance in this is perfect, and I will read Lady Smoke at midnight upon release to see how these romances progress, because your girl is invested.

Overall, I truly loved and devoured this. I loved the characters, the twists, the plot, the friendship, the perfect romances, the atmosphere, the writing, I loved it all.

View all 34 comments. Shelves: daddies , badass-chicks , im-all-kinds-of-shook , i-have-a-heart , young-adult , fantasy , romance , i-want-to-reread.

This book is everything I wanted Red Queen to be. I loved this so much, I deadass want to reread it and experience all the feels all over again.

It was just so addicting and I was unable to put this down!! Ash Princess is a trope-filled book with a very common story line. Theodosia, or Theo, was six years old when she witnessed her mother's the queen brutal murder and had her country conquered from her.

In her country there are magical caves that run underneath the temples. For fire, air, earth and water. These are very sacred and only those who have proved themselves to the gods completely can go and get the magical gems.

Now, Theo's people are forced to work as slaves in these mines and dig up the magical stones. For ten years she has been living under the Kaiser and his brutal rule, living quietly and trying to please him to survive.

All of that ends when she's forced to kill someone and her childhood friend comes and offers her an escape and make things right for their people.

She's filled with hate and determination to take back her kingdom and avenge her mother and people. Sounds so common, right? But, I fucking loved this.

In my opinion, this book was so much better than Ruined and Red Queen. This world is so fucking brutal and violent, a lot like An Ember in ashes.

Theo is always whipped publicly whenever her people try to rebel. There is mention of rape, slaves are treated horrible, people are always being killed, like in Falling Kingdoms.

But unlike, that book, Ash Princess isn't shit-ily written. People are being experimented on and a lot of gore and bloody things occur. There is horrible enslavement that Theo's people go through in the mines and there is vivid descriptions of the horrific things that go on there.

There is also a lot of racism that happens in this book. The Kaiser and his people are white while Theo and her people have darker skin and described as "tawny.

Theo is also mentally and physically abused, so trigger warnings for all that. Theo is a character that I really loved and sympathized with from the very beginning.

Her life is horrible. Every day she has to be someone she's not and endure the humiliation and abuse from the Kaiser. One wrong move and she'll piss the Kaiser off.

Then when that happens and she learns of the horrors her people are going through, she snaps. She still has to pretend, but this time instead of fear, she's filled with hate.

She's taking risks to meet with her people. She has to learn that the only way to win and survive is by hate and violence.

She's also have an inner conflict with herself over her close friend in the castle and her growing feelings for the crown Prinz.

She doesn't want to kill them, but if she is to take back her home, she's going to have to. I really understood her constant inner-battle.

Her friend, Cress whose father slit Theo's mothers throat and whips her, is someone she's known for ten years in the castle. Cress helped her and stood up for her against bullies and has been nothing but kind to her.

And now she's expected to kill her???? He's a really good guy, but Prinz Soren and Theo all the way, bitch.

Like, they're both good boys, but idk something about the Prinz, man. Okay, so this is fucking trope-filled and cliche as fuck so everyone's probably going to hate it but I loved it somehow so please read it!!!

Y'all probably gonna hate it LMAO. Please give it a try! Pre-review: I'm only reading it for the gorgeous cover.

The plot sounds like other YA Fantasy books out there, but I still have hope that this'll be badass.

Nov 09, C. Drews rated it really liked it Shelves: epic-fantasy , read , young-adult. This was a pretty dark and politically twisty fantasy, and I was pretty sold!

It had powerful magic and intriguing world building and I am so there for this. Seriously tho: world building!

It actually takes time to show us languages and cultures and there were a lot of "fantasy" words flying about, but I didn't get confused.

I felt really sucked into the world after only a few chapters. Plus it had a lot of fantastic details so everything seemed super vivid!

It has a lot of "prettiness" in it to This was a pretty dark and politically twisty fantasy, and I was pretty sold! It has a lot of "prettiness" in it to balance the horror of the conquerors.

It's absolutely about a conquered nation, and Theo is basically a trophy, tortured daily for the crimes of her people but kept alive despite the horror she has to go through.

So she's like lavished in pretty dresses and wears pretty makeup and goes to banquets and has books. Her BFF is one the daughter of a very powerful dude and she's all pretty and light and flippant.

But then in the background you have the conquered people being murdered and enslaved in mines and Theo's being whipped if they rebel.

It was a brutal and visual contrast. This one had such a stunning world and so much potential for sequels. It's about wicked conquerors and the glitter and jewels people will pile on top of festering poison and murders and I was definitely intrigued.

View all 9 comments. Maybe more of a red herring. And yet I enjoyed it! It doesn't hurt that the book starts off with a doozy of an act, one that clearly 3.

It doesn't hurt that the book starts off with a doozy of an act, one that clearly shows you the girl you are dealing with.

The country is at war, and Theodosia is at war with herself over how she feels about her friend Cress. But she is clear-eyed about Cress loving her in return as she would a favored pet, and about her romance with Soren being untrustworthy, because he doesn't truly know her.

I also like that the book is honest about how a person in Theodosia's position would use whatever means she has, including her feminine wiles, to gain advantage and to deceive, without making her lose integrity or the reader's trust.

I found this to be compulsively readable and I was eager to get back the audio version every time I took a break. Saskia Maarleveld's narration also sounds very much like Eva Green as Vesper Lynde in parts, which is incredibly seductive to listen to.

She gives each character subtle inflections and shading, and her performance was highly enjoyable to me.

If you swooned over The Winner's Curse as a whole or responded with excitement to the action elements of The Valiant or maybe even the action parts of An Ember in the Ashes , this is definitely worth a read.

An audio review copy was provided by the publisher. Screw it, I'm rounding up because I enjoyed it.

View all 16 comments. Mar 17, Katie. Theo is so strong, and actually a normal character who relates to things normally which i loved, felt i could relate to her a little better.

Magic, kings, war and spying. I'm so excited for the sequel already and i can't believe i have to wait another year! And I know it had a love triangle, but it was so believable for me.

And the struggle, omg. And the humiliation. Jesus Christ. Theo reminds me a little of Tris from divergent but she is such a strong young woman. View all 14 comments.

Aug 13, Kiki rated it liked it. While I was there I went to this antiques shop filled with retro fridges and dusty comics and amazing vinyl albums from the 80's, from before I was even born, my dudes , which makes me look like a foetus or whatever.

Let me paint you a picture, here. The lamp was about my height, and the lampshade was at the top, of course, but it was balanced on this handmade ye olde globe, and the globe was being held up by a faux-gold almost-life-sized sculpture of Atlas.

It was like a blend of everything I love: good light to read by, inaccurate old-timey maps, and Greek mythology. I was just standing over this lamp, a thread of drool wetting the front of my sweaty t-shirt it was upwards of thirty degrees all week, and that's not safe for a pale Celtic weirdo like me , trying not to reach into my purse for my credit card.

Eventually, I talked myself out of it. Okay, that's a lie. I tore myself away from it, like one might tear a glob of gum from their hair, because that lamp would look so fucking good in my flat, next to the K-2SO figurine and the red thread pinned into the plasterboard and the giant snail in the tank in the living room.

I kept cursing it, cursing how poor I am, until I came across a cardboard box full of - no, not false nails or chicken feet.

It was full of carnivale masks. They weren't the lamp, but they were pretty cool. I dithered between two of them, one with a big velvet ruff and covered in bells, and another smaller one with a salty little smirk on her face.

Jesus Christ, it wasn't the damn lamp, but it would do. I liked it. It took me a while to get the mask home, because there wasn't enough room in my luggage, but some weeks later I was balancing on the back of the ugly pink armchair, one eye on the TV watching Kurzgesagt and trying not to press a push pin through my finger.

Then the mask was up, and it looks cool, and but le sigh. I'll never forget about the lamp. It will live on in my heart forever. So here's the thing.

When you read this next part, you'll probably envision me tapping away at my crumb-filled MacBook next to my giant snail, surrounded by crystals and dusty ornaments and sporting a tin-foil hat, and save for the tin-foil hat, you're not wrong.

It started on the day that the mask arrived in my home. On that day, I experienced my very first lucid dream. It was one of the most terrifying things I've ever fucking witnessed and someday, if anyone's interested, I'll talk about it.

I took notes down on my phone the second I woke up, but I needn't have bothered: I remember the dream so vividly, and I also remember the absolutely paralysing fear that I experienced.

I know it was a lucid dream, and within the dream I was aware that I was dreaming; I said the words to myself inside my head: I am in a dream.

But it was baffling, visceral, and indescribably frightening. I woke up feeling like I had already lived through a day. The full story is for another time but that's still notable.

Something changed when the mask went up on the wall. I was sitting in the living room, watching Friends and drawing with my crusty old tablet, and I heard the shoeboxes in my bedroom stir, like they were being shuffled around.

My flat is fairly small, and the front door opens out to a short hallway with the bedroom to the left and the living room to the right; the noise was therefore loud enough for me to hear over my roaring laughter at the timeless joy of everyone's favourite 90's sitcom and two albeit open doors.

An important thing to note here is that there are only two shoeboxes and they're fairly big, so it's not easy for them to topple.

I texted my sister about this, and she seemed spooked. At the time, surprisingly, I wasn't worried.

I also woke up the morning after the shoebox incident with blinding lateral foot pain that was so bad I couldn't walk, though I had run 4km the day prior to that so I put it down to overexercise.

Though I should mention that I had completed that same 4km run many times before with no trouble and had also been exercising quite diligently for weeks before that, so Make of it what you will.

Now, my bathroom is stacked absolutely full of useless crap, including but not limited to empty toothpaste boxes, empty shampoo bottles, face masks, 40 vol bleach bottles, a dying orchid, and like eight pairs of sunglasses???

I glanced at the door, then went back to scrolling on Tumblr. Whatever, dude. Sleep messes with your mind, guys.

Stuff like false awakening and sleep paralysis can seriously dick around with your perception of reality. I've experienced false awakening before and later discovered after some extensive research that what I thought was a crazy paranormal experience was just my brain tricking me into thinking I had three arms.

I'm always open to suggestion but I tend to take anything that happens just after waking up from REM sleep with a big, big pinch of salt.

What makes me pause on this is that I woke up at 8am and had been solidly awake but lying in bed for about an hour, scrolling through social media, when this happened.

Last night, just after I had settled down to sleep, I heard what sounded like the fridge door closing.

This gave me pause, because before I go to bed I obsessively check the locks on the door, check to make sure the sockets are off at the wall, check to make sure the taps are off, and check to make sure the fridge and freezer are shut.

This is a ritual, because if I haven't double, and sometimes triple, checked these things then I lie awake all night getting anxious about it.

I did these checks, of course, and then the fridge door shut. My flat has been sweltering all summer. It's still warm outside.

My flat is now cold. Throughout the entire summer, whenever I opened a window, flies and bees and wasps always buzzed inside and annoyed the crap out of me.

The windows have been open every day since the mask entered my home and I have not seen a single bug. There are creaks and small movements in the night.

I wake every now and again at between 3 and 5am, though I usually sleep like a corpse. Am I imagining it? But I've seen and heard enough creepy shit in my life to believe that there's more out there than what we can see.

And I had prepared, throughout my years, for something of this ilk to happen to me - I had imagined what it might be to live alone and wonder if maybe I wasn't really as alone as I thought.

Every time I pictured it, I saw myself terrified and unable to sleep and back in my old childhood home where I could not shake the feeling of being watched.

But the thing is that I just honestly don't give a damn. I'm stressed and trying to break into publishing is a fucking disaster and I'm just, like, okay.

You can haunt my home if you want to, as long as you stay in your corner and I stay in mine. Just don't break anything and we're cool. I can sit at my weird hoofed coffee table and write and this thing, whatever it is, if it even exists, can pulse away inside that mask that feels like it's staring at me, as long as it doesn't scare my friends or pick at the wallpaper.

It's cool. I'm fine with it. Let's just both move on with our lives and coexist. You were wondering where the book comes in, right?

I feel the same way about this book as I do about the mask. The book's very pretty, but its contents aren't to my taste. That said, I don't harbour any ill feeling towards it.

Some years ago I'd have hissed and spat at this book for being so simplistic and depressing and at the same time boring and expected elemental magic?

Come on. It's 20gayteen but now, as a grown woman, I'm fine with it. It's whatever. It was very, very standard YA fare and I doubt I'll remember it in 6 weeks' time.

It'll sit on my book I can move on from it and forget about it and lament nothing about my time with it.

It was blah and thinner than rice paper but I really can't force myself to care. The ghost is a better investment, probably, but given the barren fucking wasteland that is my life right now, I'd say they're both equally irrelevant.

Thanks, Brexit. View all 32 comments. Me likey. View all 6 comments. This is one that is on the darker side with violence, abuse, slavery and a hint of rape so beware to those with issues with these triggers.

There is also a hint of a love triangle involved with the main character, a boy from her past and the son prince of her captor.

The story begins as we meet Theodosia Eirene Houzzara who by all rights should be the Queen of Astrea. She knows that many of her people have died but even if it costs her own life she must do what she can to regain her throne.

However, when they mention a series like Red Queen in comparison I was hesitant to even try this one because of finding that one so slow and dare I say boring.

Ash Princess may have hints of the same type of young adult fantasy read as others before it but it was strangely enjoying to me regardless and I felt myself get caught up in the story as it went along.

The stage has been set in this first book and with a somewhat cliffhanger type of ending it seems there are sure to be some big developments to come with the plot so yes, I will definitely continue the series on to see how it goes from here.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley. View all 4 comments. Jun 28, shady boots rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in , boooooring , covergasm , unoriginal , meh-it-was-okay.

It wasn't horrible, it wasn't particularly great, it was just okay. It reads like literally any YA fantasy book you've ever read.

If you're looking for something groundbreaking or innovative, then there's nothing to see here. It felt like the author had a YA Fantasy handbook to refer to during the writing process.

Like, there isn't a single thing I can think of about this book that gives it its own identity. Feels like it was made by a machine that figured Feels like it was made by a machine that figured out the algorithm to create the perfect cookie cutter YA fantasy novel, marketable and safe.

I find it hard to believe that this is a release. This book would've been somewhat interesting if it was released, like, or something. Are we really still doing torn-between-two-guys love triangles in this day and age?

Like, come on. Next thing you know, they're gonna be revealed to be brothers or some shit. I know in this book's case that's literally impossible, since the two love interests are of different ethnicities, but hey, it's YA.

The two guys always end up miraculously being brothers lol. I wanted to see if this book had something that would surprise me, but nope. I'd suggest skipping this if you're looking for something new and refreshing.

If you wanna read more of the same, though, look no further. This is about as basic as it gets. Aug 24, Simona marked it as to-read. Please tell me "Prinz" is a typo in the synopsis and that it's not how they spell prince bc I don't think I could cope with that tbh xD pssssstt i know it's german for prince now.

View all 18 comments. Jan 03, Korrina OwlCrate rated it really liked it. First book of ! Pretty solid fantasy read.

A little bit tropey at times, but it didn't stop me from enjoying the story. I was rooting for this character and I wanted her to make it so badly.

The plot kept me invested from start to finish, and I look forward to reading the sequel. View 1 comment. A few years ago it was dystopian fiction but now we've a glut of fantasy on our hands.

As someone who loves fantasy, this should be a good thing, but the YA machine keeps churning out subpar, derivative works that are less good world-building and action-heavy plots than wallpaper fantasy settings for tepid romance.

I'm really annoyed about that because the book started out really good. Theodosia is the ex-princess of a country that has been invaded by conquerors.

All of her people are slaves but for some reason they keep her around as a court mockery, forcing her to wear an ash crown that stains her clothes, while mocking her and subjecting her to public beatings for her people's infractions.

Obviously this means that when rebellion inevitably stirs from resentment about the genocide and the slavery and the torture, Theodosia is going to be chosen as the figurehead.

And her jaded bitterness in the beginning gave me hope that despite the stupid names for everything kaiser and prinz, seriously?

The problem occurs when Theodosia is supposed to seduce the - cringe- "prinz," Soren, in order to get information about his people and their future plans for conquering before killing him.

She drops that jaded bitterness right quick and Bella Swans it up, despairing about how much it'll hurt to kill such a cute boy when she betrays him, conveniently forgetting about all her people dying in slave mines.

Similar whining occurs when she realizes she may have to kill her best friend, the daughter of the evil kaiser's closest adviser and the man who whips her before everyone to punish her.

Great choice in friends. The other side of the love triangle is Blaise, one of her own people who is involved with the revolution. She's known him since childhood, although she never mentions him until he shows up on the scene bringing tidings of revolution.

Go figure. I didn't really care for him, but after I found out that Prinz Soren is a cat murderer , he could never redeem himself for me.

I guess I don't find wishy-washy heroes who can't stand up to their tyrant fathers and kill small animals attractive? Theodosia does, though. She hardly bats an eye at the cat murdering bit.

I'm giving this 2. The world really should have been developed more, and Theodosia should have had more of a spine and less of an, "oh, woe is me!

I'm in love with two boys! You know a heroine's in hot water when your sympathies lie with the people telling her to get her act together and not with the heroine herself.

Like, "Yeah, get your act together! You're an effing princess! Stop dallying around! When somebody mentions Star Wars, Princess Leia is one of the first persons to come into mind.

Though it has been more than 40 years since her first appearance, Princess Leia has become one of the most iconic protagonists in Hollywood history.

With Jedi Luke Skywalker and the dashing Han Solo, one would think she will be a glorified damsel in distress. As if that was not enough, the galactic princess even commanded a rebel base and participated in military operations.

The patterned brassiere strategically covered her boobs while the silk loincloth concealed the relevant bits below. The metal bikini symbolized her helplessness, captured by the alien galactic crime lord, Jabba the Hutt.

However, she was able to preserve her dignity, and Leia continues to be a feminist icon.

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