Title: The Lost Prince (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, #1)
Author: Julie Kagawa
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release: October 23, 2012
Scarred from his imprisonment in the Nevernever thirteen years ago, seventeen-year-old Ethan Chase lives his life in constant fear of the creatures that destroyed his life. Unable to shake the fey, no matter how hard he tries, Ethan is now a certified bad boy. He’s the kid your parents warned you about, and he likes it that way. He knows that if anyone gets too close, they too will be constantly tormented by the fey. But after moving to yet another new school, Ethan meets Kenzie, a beautiful girl harboring secrets of her own, who, despite Ethan’s efforts to ward her off, remains by his side. When Ethan and Kenzie discover a new breed of fey—not Summer, not Winter, not even Iron, but forgotten altogether, they must embark on an adventure in the one place Ethan vowed never to return to… the Nevernever. The Lost Prince is just as worthy as its predecessor in every way, with dimensional characters (new and old), a solid plot, and Julie Kagawa’s beautifully cinematic writing style. Have no fear of a stale spinoff, because The Lost Prince proves that The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten will be a series that rivals even the original Iron Fey novels.