2) Grimalkin - who can't get enough of a dry-humored, sarcastic cat?
3) Puck - pure fun!
So if the above is not reason enough or doesn't qualify as a thorough review, then fine, I'll elaborate.
It's pure pleasure to return to Kagawa's world even if it comes with some baggage. She starts off The Lost Prince with the same tone she set with the previous Iron Fey series. From the beginning it’s clear that Ethan is troubled and spends a great deal of time putting measures in place to protect himself from the fey.His objective is to survive and to do so he’s put on the façade of the bad boy loser you don’t want to mess with let alone sneak a glance at. No matter, trouble still finds him. The fey always seem to discover who he is and that he has the sight. Not to mention that he also happens to be the brother of the Iron Queen. And since he's had no contact with Meghan in years, he's just a little bitter.