Friday, October 19, 2012

Novella Review - Iron’s Prophecy (The Iron Fey, Book 4.5) by Julie Kagawa (4.5/5 stars)

Reading Level: Young Adult
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Size: 239 KB
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release Date: September 1, 2012
Stand Alone or Series: 4.5 in the Iron Fey series
Source: Bought for Kindle
Rating: 4.5/5 stars

This is a novella in the Iron Fey series that takes place after the 4th book in the series, The Iron Knight. This was an absolutely wonderful novella featuring Meghan and Ash. Highly recommended to fans of the Iron Fey series.

Excellent continuation of Meghan and Ash's story. Time has past and Meghan and Ash are married and in love. Meghan is exhausted running the Iron Kingdom but happy. That is until the Oracle demands her presence and warns of the Iron Prophecy which could rip the fairylands apart. This novella expands on the prophecy mentioned in previous books and starts to tie in with the next book Kagawa is releasing, The Lost Prince.

This novella is very well written and engaging. I loved reading more about Meghan, Puck, and Ash.

It was wonderful to see Meghan and Ash finally having a normal and happy life together. I loved reading more about the Iron Kingdom and how things worked there.

There is an awesome surprise in this novella and a new danger introduced. I really enjoyed that the Iron Prophecy was expanded upon.

All of our favorite characters are here, I especially loved hearing from the sarcastic and oh so catty Grimalkin again...I love that Cheshire-like cat.

Overall an excellent little novella. Highly recommended to fans of the Iron Fey series. It builds on the last Iron Fey book and sets things up for the first book in the Call of the Forgotten series, The Lost Prince, which features Meghan’s younger brother Ethan.

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