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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
If you are in the mood for some fast-paced urban fantasy adventure, get ready to have your socks knocked off by Elior: Prince of Fae. Author Joshuan Rivera Jimenez's deliciously crafted novel brings forth a tale of witches, fae, and changelings that seems bound to entertain readers of the young adult genre. Elior of Lemora, the crown prince of the fae, wakes up to find himself trapped in the human realm and struggles to find the portal leading back to the realm of the fae. Elior's search leads him to a runaway changeling and the witch Tenneh, who help him revive his dormant powers. As the trio forms a reluctant friendship, they are tracked and chased by a group of half-humans led by the mysterious woman Eva, making their quest further complicated.
Elior: Prince of Fae is a coming of age tale of friendship, romance, and adventure. The core of Joshuan Rivera Jimenez's story stems from the dynamic shared between Elior, Alex (multiple avatars), and Tenneh, as every scene shared by the three of them felt delightfully entertaining. I found Elior's evolution from an uncompromising brat with a superiority complex to a responsible adult able to comprehend and respect people's feelings a fascinating character arc. Each passing chapter pushes the plot in unpredictable ways, making it immersive and entertaining. The dialogue is crisp and laden with wit and sarcasm to make for some hilarious moments and keeps the narrative light-hearted and fun. I thoroughly enjoyed Elior: Prince of Fae, and I think fans of the young adult genre will absolutely adore it.