Legend of the Spider Prince Rebel Book Review

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Legend of the Spider Prince Rebel Author Margo Ander

Legend of the Spider Prince Rebel

Rebel, first book in Legend of the Spider-Prince series is a fantasy book well worth the read. Be it characters, settings or story description, everything is in very rich detail and you can appreciate it right from the start.

At first, it was difficult for me to keep up with all the names, places and clans involved in the story. There were so many and tricky to learn (Ergei, Helgurdda, Nornholm, for example) that I was afraid I would never warm up to them and get the story as it’s supposed to be understood. Thankfully, just over a few chapters, I became more used to Wyl’s life as a rebel and I started flipping pages like mad in order to know what happens next.

Wyl is a great character. He is young, a good fighter and pretty smart. I liked him, the way he was always alert of his surroundings and still had kind of a soft heart, and was not a cold-blooded assassin as many would think. He is the type of character that doesn’t give away much of who he is just by looking at him for the first time. It’s a slow progression of getting to know him, and it’s something I enjoyed doing immensely.

The fighting scenes were my favorite parts of this book. It was like watching a good old fantasy movie in my head involving swords, daggers, bows and magic. People have to be skilled to survive, to be quick and act on instinct, sometimes even taking huge and crazy risks without knowing if you will live to tell the tale.

I really recommend this book if you like fantasy. I found it to be very exciting and I promise it won’t disappoint if you give it a chance.

Rating: 5 out of 5 Hearts (Book Ratings Guide)

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About the Book:

Wyl is a young rebel whose life of dangerous lies and hidden truths has cost him his childhood and his ability to trust. He is fanatically loyal to the rebel leader, a woman embroiled in a blood-feud with Trascolm’s ruling clan. When he’s not away spying, he’s her secret bodyguard—she needs protection from her army of renegades and outlaws as much as from bounty-hunters and assassins sent by her archenemy.

But when the rebellion meets with disaster, the rebel leader’s strategy changes. Wyl is thrust into a hostile royal court of underage teens—mere children, to his mind. He’s expected to embrace this more civilized way of life, but his brutally-honed instincts betray him, and he makes enemies instead of friends. Wyl—a boy raised by outlaws—is in over his head and must somehow master the subtleties of court intrigue well enough to keep the rebel leader and her rebellion alive, despite the treacherous machinations of her enemies, and do it without getting himself killed.

About the Legend of the Spider-Prince series

In a war-torn land where men have unbridled influence, but women hold the reins of power, a young rebel becomes entangled in a deadly web of magic, court intrigue, and revenge amid an escalating wave of events that will ultimately destroy magic, overturn governments, cause the near-collapse of civilization, even threaten the very existence of life on Eryth—and make him a legend.

  • Title: Legend of the Spider Prince Rebel
  • Author: Margo Ander
  • E-book: 406 pages
  • Publisher: Meander Creek Books

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  1. Eva Millien says:

    Thanks for sharing Legend of the Spider-Prince: Rebel Sounds like a great book.

  2. This would make a great film or graphic novel.

  3. Julia Potvin says:

    Thanks for the review I am always looking for more books that sound worthy of the little bit of time I have to read!

  4. I wish I had the time to read. This sounds like an interesting book.

  5. Tingting R. says:

    I agree with the names. I will probably also have a hard time keeping up with them. But anyway, the plot seems interesting. I will keep them in my watch list.

  6. this sounds like a wonderful book

  7. nice review. i had never heard of this book. it sounds intriguing. i love a good fantasy novel!

  8. Tricky names are the had part of fantasy books sometimes. Glad you were able to get past that.

  9. good to know the character’s smart

  10. My husband would freak out if he read this book.

  11. Thank you for the overview of the book, quite interesting indeed, i like a non-fiction books to read and this one might be a great addition.

  12. Interesting book. It’s always cool to find out rebel characters to have their soft spot in them.

  13. April McGregor says:

    I think this is something my husband would enjoy reading. Will tell him about it.

  14. I do like fantasy. I like action also. Some books get a little gruesome
    but if they aren’t too bad I can deal. Thank you for your review

  15. This looks interesting and I’ll have to look into this one. Great review!

  16. Eva Millien says:

    Thanks for sharing your review, Sounds like a great book.

  17. Sounds like a good fantasy story. Haha, they always seem to have the hardest names and locations to pronounce and remember. At least they are unique :) Thanks for the review.

  18. Valerie Rhodes says:

    Looks to be a great fantasy story.. thank you for sharing your thoughts.. :)

  19. Misty Battle says:

    I love this book. I read it last month. Good review!

  20. Sounds really interesting, and it is a book that I would like to read. I wonder if I can find it at my library.

  21. Becky VanGinkel says:

    This sounds like a book I would enjoy! I love when they are hard to keep up with at first because it just makes me pay closer attention and I get more into the book. And I love that women have the power in this book.. kind of like in our house! lol I have never heard of this author before but I can’t wait to see if I can find Margo at my library or online :)

  22. Sounds like a book similar to the category of Eragon? I just couldn’t get into that series no matter how hard I tried. I think that it was the way the author wrote but I do love to read about magic (and supernatural stuff).

  23. janine hejl says:

    this is just the kind of book series I have been looking for ,my son loves anything with the old worldy and knights,dragons,heros, all that good stuff…….

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