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Publisher's Summary

An orphan girl. A dark and twisted kingdom. An ongoing shadow war resulting in enslaved fairies.

This is the world of Cinder. A world where a girl like her can be sold to be human prey for a ritualistic hunt.

But on this night, even the predators might have something to fear. On this night, even a royal prince might find himself trapped by the expectations of the Dark King...and a girl like no other.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Feral Dream LLC (P)2019 Tantor

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Enjoyable and interesting

This was an interesting tale. A version of Cinderella. I like the way it went and the creepiness of this Twisted storyline. worth the credit

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Different

Cinder & the Prince of Midnight is dark, different, and surprisingly I liked it. Huge fan of Penryn & the End of Days and immediately I wanted to read this. It was different from what I expected and used to reading. It wasn't bad, I enjoyed it. It was dark, very dark some things I was very surprised to read. Caitlin Davies is one of my favorite narrators and she did a great job bringing this tale to life. I would recommend this to those who are a fan of Penryn. It's different but I still enjoyed it.

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Ordinary

I bought this because I enjoyed “Penryn and the End of Days” series very much, particularly the first two books.
Sadly, this book underwhelmed me. The characters were one demential, the relationships unbelievable and the story simplistic.
Very disappointing.
Very disappointing.