Prospero Lost

Prospero Lost

Book - 2009/08/04
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Surviving with her family members for four hundred years after the events of The Tempest, Miranda enlists her siblings in a search for their missing father after receiving a warning about ancient demons who would harness their powers.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2009/08/04
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780765319296
0765319292
Branch Call Number: SF LAMPLIGHTER
Characteristics: 347 p. ; 25 cm

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2jane2
Oct 08, 2014

Don't get sucked into this. I'm sorry I wasted my time.

It's a journey format, the heroine and her horrible family searching for their father. The purpose of a journey is to learn lessons about one's self along the way. At the end of the three volume set, the heroine is even more arrogant and self-righteous than when she started.

Maybe I just don't understand what the author was trying to do. (Not) The character starts as a privileged snot, and ends the journey a privileged snot. What was the point? Third book is the worst.
Cover art is interesting.

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