Ironside (The Modern Faerie Tales, #3)
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Pages no: 323
This was the best one in the trilogy. The characters had a little more depth and I enjoyed the plot more than the other two.
After reading Tithe and Valiant, I expected Ironside to clash all the characters from both books to this one. But to my dismay, Luis was the only distinct character from Valiant that appeared on this third instalment of the Holly Black’s Modern Faerie Tales. Roiben and Kaye’s relationship had someho...
I ended up liking this a lot better than Tithe, mostly because I think Kaye’s dilemmas were a lot more drawn out in this. You really get the sense that she’s struggling with her mortal side and whether or not she’s truly going to go back to Faerie. Also, Corny seemed like he had a lot more to do in ...