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Sunday, September 26, 2010
Review - The Starlight Prince by Borislava Borissova
Title: The Starlight Prince
Author: Borislava Borissova
Publisher: RoseHeart Publishing
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Rating: You Could Read
Reviewed By: Janelle
A young boy living alone on his tiny planet at the end of the Sagittarius galaxy, goes in search of a friend. Landing on the planet Earth, on a beautiful island where the ancient Olympic Gods spend their summer at rest for millennia, the starry boy follows a group of young teens and takes part in their unusual experience in an ancient Castle. Preceded by a welcoming invitation to spend their vacation there in that impressive building, the strangest hotel in all the world with mysterious inhabitants, history, and secrets, the lonely Starlight Prince finds adventure with a little Olympic God who inspires friendship and love.
This book needs to be about five times longer then it is. Events happen rapid fire with no explanation or break in between. There are very few descriptions given and characters and events jump location so often it is hard to tell exactly where anyone is at any given time. For example, Aries steals a poker chip that causes an oil tanker to spill in the Arctic...and kills the coral reef in the Mediterranean.
Overall, I can’t really recommend this book. The pacing is manic, the characters have no time to develop, and half the events make no sense and are never explained.