Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Review - The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

Meghan Chase's world changes when strange things start happening and her young brother is replaced by a Changeling and she learns her best friend is none other than Robin Goodfellow aka Puck.  As she goes into the Nevernever to rescue her brother, she learns her father is Oberon, king of the Seelie Court and that a war is brewing with her caught in the middle.  her quest takes her through strange and terrifying adventures as she learns there is a whole new brand of Iron Fey deadly to both the Seelie and Unseelie courts.

Great adventure and characters kept me engrossed.  This is the first book in the Iron Fey series. Look forward to the next one.

Young Adult Paranormal is a field that has just exploded in recent years, mostly because of the success of Harry Potter and Twilight books.  But it is fascinating to me.  And exciting.  I would have loved all these options when I WAS a young adult!  But nonetheless, I still love reading them and am enjoying this creative explosion of faeries and witches and shifters, vamps and so on!  Keep it coming!


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