Awhile ago, I got to 250, and now, I am nearly at a whopping 300! Right now, I'm at 294, so I just need six more!
Not-so-Brief description: Eory is a fairy prince locked in a tower. However, unlike classic fairy tales of a princess locked in a tower, the reasons he is locked up may be justified. Eory comes from a long line of the corrupt and vicious Arrozan Royal Family, in which every member has been the cause of some great strife or tragedy. However, Eory is the last of the Arrozan line. The remaining members of the Arrozan Royal Family were beheaded by the human, Laurence, who then seized the throne for himself. Eory was rescued at the age of six from the beheading by a waif named Kori, whose occupation is to reform criminals. Kori offered to reform Eory, and Laurence agreed on the grounds that she lock him away to ensure he could not cause society any further harm. Now, at age eighteen, Eory has a chance to be free. King Laurence promised to free him if Eory can behave flawlessly at the ball for one night.
Why you should read it: Inheritance is the result of two long years of hard work and consistent passion. It has two completed arcs and the third arc will begin sometime next year. There is a lot of creativity in the story; the characters are not copy-and-paste high fantasy characters/species. There is also a great deal of psychology in the story, and the question of nature vs. nurture is raised in an interesting way for each character,