Kid View: Prince Of The Elves by Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet series, book #5)

Prince Of The Elves front cover

Kid View: Prince Of The Elves by Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet series, book #5)

Prince of the Elves Book Cover Prince of the Elves
Amulet series
Kazu Kibuishi
Juvenile Fiction

After surviving the chaos at the Guardian Academy, Emily and her companions hope to stop Max from making more Amulets from the Mother Stone. But Max is strong and extremely powerful, and with his new companion...he's almost unstoppable. And when Emily seeks help from her Amulet she realizes that the Voice is much more sinister than she thought.

Prince Of The Elves page 2-3 when Max was young


Prince Of The Elves is an imaginative fantasy novel that spends a lot of time going into the past and characters memories. Geared to ages 9 and up because of its violence but it is still an amazing book. If you like reading books with a very action-packed plot and a very defined line between good and evil, you will love this book. Compared to the rest of the Amulet series I think it is in third place, with the second book in first place and the fourth book in second place. Kazu Kibuishi‘s graphics are just so cool and detailed and I always think, how can he make his drawing look exactly the same every time? I think my favorite character is Navin because even though he is young he still believes he can help and has confidence in himself. About half of the book is set in the ether Trellis’s or Max’s memories and past, I feel like it really helps to develop the characters and you start seeing why the people are doing what they are even if it’s not right. Overall, I think this book is an amazing fifth book to this wonderful series.


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