Publish date: April 24th 2007
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
Series: Modern Faerie Tales (#3)
It’s time for Roiben’s coronation -- but when Kaye tries to swear her undying love to him, he sends her on an impossible quest which banishes her from his presence, seemingly forever. In her quest to find belonging, she finds herself a pawn in the games of the fae. Can a pixie outplay a queen? I bou...
Still cleaning up my database one old review at a time. Sorry if these seen this before. Ironside is the third book in the Modern Faerie Tales series that started with Tithe. Unlike Valiant, which was about an entirely new cast of characters (for the most part), this one brings back Roiben, Kaye a...
Better than Tithe in many ways, you can tell her writing style has developed since then.
I liked the ending and that's about it. I'm amazed that this book didn't get interesting until it was almost done. And I did't know this was number three in a series. That didn't take away from the story but I feel like I may have missed out on a few details since I haven't read the first two books....
I must say.. i loved this book :) It was an easy read and i enjoyed most of the characters :D The ending was such a great ending :)http://basicallybooks1994.blogspot.com/