Review: The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze

Cover: Epic

Rating: PG

Thumbs Up: 4.5

Overall: Great

Characters: Great

Plot: Interesting

Page Turner: Yes

Series Cont: Pretty sure

Recommend: Yes

Book Boyfriend: Wesley



My review for The Last Princess:


I give The Last Princess 4.5 stars. I really love the idea of the book. It had a different way of going about a dystopian society than most dystopian societies I have read. (I have read a lot of them). The story is about a 16 year old girl named Eliza and is the middle child in the royal English Windsor family. She has an 18 year old sister named Mary, who is next in line after their father, and a brother named Jamie or James who is about 6. Unfortunately, their mother was killed by poison while she was pregnant with Jamie because a man named Cornelius Hollister wanted to take the throne. Jamie was damaged by the poison, which makes him sick all the time and needs medicine that is almost impossible to find. The reason that it’s almost impossible to find medicine is because the whole country is in shambles. There’s barely any food, shelter, or protection for the people, even the royalty. When there’s a ball, Cornelius Hollister comes in and shoots the King dead, which meant that the 3 King’s children needed to run. This means Mary is now Queen and Eliza is the last princess. Mary tells Eliza to escape while she can, while Mary protects Jamie. Mary and Jamie get captured. Will Eliza survive? Will she be able to defeat Cornelius Hollister? How wills he do it?


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One response to “Review: The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze

  1. I like the sound of this one! Added to my TBR list 🙂

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