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The Princes Of The Golden Cage by Nathalie Mallet
Cover Artist: Gabrielle Portal
Review by Colleen Cahill
Night Shade Books Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781597800907
Date: 15 August 2007 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

There are many fairy tales of trapped princesses: trapped in towers, in spells or even on glass mountains. Princes rarely find themselves in this scenario, which is one of the things that makes Nathalie Mallet's The Princes of the Golden Cage so refreshing. In this Arabian-styled fantasy, it is the sons of the Sultan who are kept in the golden Cage, and although it is luxurious, the Cage is also deadly, both from human scheming and magical forces.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Prince Amir lives in a lavish and beautiful cage. He lives in a palace with hundreds of his brothers, all barred by law from ever leaving the palace until he, or one of his brothers, becomes the next Sultan. Living under constant threat of death at the hands of his scheming brothers, Amir has chosen a life of solitude and study. His scholarly and alchemical pursuits bring him under suspicion when his brothers begin to die from seemingly supernatural means. Amir finds himself thrown together with his brother Erik, the son of a barbarian princess. Together they must discover the dark secret that is stalking the halls of their golden cage.

(Source: Night Shade Books)

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