Rogue Princess Review

*I received an ARC from Fierce Reads in exchange for an honest review*

This is one of those weird situations where I’m not 100% sure how I feel about it this book. I’m wavering somewhere in a 3-4 star range, so I’m going to say this is maybe 3.5 stars for me.

There were a lot of aspects of this book I loved, which made it hard to put down! I tore threw this book! If a sci-fi genderbent retelling of Cinderella doesn’t sound epic enough, how about a feisty, tough princess, pirates, witty banter, a humorous male love interest, and a plot twist I didn’t see coming?! Still amazing?! Oh yes.

Unfortunately, one of the plot twists, although brilliant, also weirded me out enough to drop my rating. I don’t want to give any spoilers, but it kind of took some of my love for the story away. I was left with some more questions.

I also had some occasional problems with the writing style—it got better as I read, but it felt awkward in parts to me. I think this is mainly because some scenes, especially at the end, were a little rushed.

Perhaps another reason I can’t give this a full 5 stars is because it is, naturally and unfortunately, competing in my heart with The Lunar Chronicles. And as far as sci-fi fairytale retellings with witty banter go, TLC is still king (or queen 😉) in my heart.

All in all, I enjoyed this book. It was an entertaining ride!

Rogue Princess releases on 1/21/20! ☺️ If you love sci-fi, romance, pirates, retellings, and humorous dialogue, I recommend you check this one out!

Published by Rachel L. Schade

Rachel L. Schade was born on the first day of summer in a small town in Michigan, only to end up in another small town in Ohio. She attended The Ohio State University to learn how to write obnoxiously long papers, cite people who use big words, and discuss her passion: books. She has a great love for the color blue, sunshine, chocolate, and not folding her laundry. Currently she lives with her husband and surrounds herself with books, coffee, and furry creatures on a regular basis.

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