Review: The Prince by Sylvain Reynard

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PrinceFor fans like me who devoured the Gabriel’s Inferno series by Sylvain Reynard, here’s a welcomed treat. A novella connecting Gabriel and Julianne’s world to that of Reynard’s upcoming novel, The Raven, releases tomorrow on January 20th.

This novella, entitled The Prince,  is set on the Gabriel timeline during Gabriel and Julianne’s trip to Florence, where they share their collection of priceless Dante illustrations at the Uffizi gallery. Unbeknownst to the couple and readers, there’s a sinister, otherworldly tone in play. The Prince brings that tone to light.

Reynard has chosen to introduce a supernatural element into his fictional world; the character of The Prince has been around for centuries, and he’s not too happy to see his precious Dante illustrations in the hands of some grubby professor and his sweet, weak wife. He wants to exact his revenge on the professor, but he also has to deal…

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