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By Julie Kagawa. Upload Sign In Join. Create a List. Download to App. Length: pages 1 hour. Description Julie Kagawa's bestselling series The Iron Fey captivated the imaginationand heartsof readers of all ages with its mix of magic, fantasy and romance. Her life may be strange, but with former Winter prince Ash by her side at last, she wouldn't have it any other way. But when they travel to the Summer and Winter courts' gathering for Elysium, the oracle from Meghan's past returns with a dire prophecy: "What you carry will either unite the courts, or it will destroy them.
Start your free 30 days. Page 1 of 1. As I predicted after finishing Iron Knight, there was indeed another book, and this one seems obviously to be a set up into the next group of books. It is a wise plan if the author intends to only continue with this one storyline indefinitely, although I know that is not the case, as she has created a new series about vampires As for the book itself, I found that I really enjoyed this one. It was a quick read, and it really showed us how powerful Meghan has become as the Iron Queen.
I am intrigued to see where this goes from here. I forgot how much I like Grimalkin. This furry cat is so lovable cause he's so sarcastic. I have a thing with Grimalkins. I can't remember the details. I even asked myself if Ash still had his Winter powers cause he's human now So a good question What is Ash?
A human with faery blood or a Faery with a soul? But as the story goes, yes, Ash still has his winter power thingy. I missed PUCK!!! Yay for showing up here!
It's doing good in me. Why am I not surprised that the Oracle wanted the first born child of Meghan and Ash? And NO you shouldn't give your child. I've read enough of faery books or even the normal books that that is not the solution. It will still come true, your child will still know his true heritage in time, whether you give him away or not. I'm proud of you!!! OH, is that what the story about in The Lost Prince???
And Kierran Reminds me of Kieran of Thoughtless, well just because of the same name. This was a nice wrap-up to the series. You definitely have to read the rest of the series before this one. Wonderful short story - and a nice teaser for what's to come with the Iron Fey-The Forgotten series.
However, I never really clicked with Meghan Chase in the full-length novel, and since the majority of the series is told from her point of view I decided to skip The Iron Daughter and The Iron Queen. It seems I like Meghan in small doses, or the stories told from the male point of view. Or is he both? I enjoyed this focus on my favorite character, and it was very nice to get a glimpse at how he and Meghan are getting along day-to-day as she rules her realm.
Being a novella, pacing is brisk and an amazing amount of story is told in just a few pages. Telling a lot of story in a small number of pages, she ups the ante for all the characters and prepares her readers for an exciting adventure involving the next generation of fey.
The Nevernever will never be the same. Rather than creating a bridge between two story lines that is unessential to the plot, Kagawa essentially gives us a very important prologue to the Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten series. While we get to see our favorite characters from the Iron Fey series, the important part of the novel is the prophecy they receive because it sets the tone for the spinoff series.
While the prophecy is never specifically addressed in The Lost Prince the first novel in the Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten series , it is the driving force behind a few of the mysteries in the novel. There are a lot of subtle references and wary looks between the older characters that you will not understand unless you have read this novella.
It is action packed and exciting and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Nice novella, giving us just a little more of Puck, Meghan and Ash. It did leave it very open ended with a pretty huge cliff hanger! 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.
Iron's Prophecy (Iron Fey Series)
An absolutely perfect and unforgettable ending to the Iron Fey series. He is absolute perfection, the top of the top and the best of the best of book boyfriends…and he is absolute perfection. It gave us one last little adventure about all our of our favorite characters and let us see how adorable their real relationship is: no more angst, no more forbidden love. This is great news right? Or is it the ultimate demise of all of the Nevernever?
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