Three stories and background information about the series.Honestly the Tir na Nog thing drags me out of the story to be honest, but it's an interesting series. The three stories are somewhat filler about the series and interesting but not necessary to follow the series.
Just had to read Iron’s Prophecy – and I wonder what the oracle proclaimed in that would actually happen in next books of the Call of the Forgotten since The Lost Prince had none of it (maybe the end of it was a bit like it but it wasn’t what the Iron’s Prophecy suggested).
I like having the Iron Fey novellas in print, they look so pretty on my shelf! I re-read Winter’s Passage and Summer’s Crossing, and found I liked them both, and Iron’s Prophesy was really interesting.Winter’s Passage – Reading this took me back to a whiny Meghan and brought back all my memories of ...
Winter’s Passage and Summer’s CrossingWith “Winter’s Passage”, the story is set immediately after the epilogue of The Iron King and before The Iron Daughter, Meghan left her human family to fulfill her bargain with the Unseelie Queen Mab. She begged Ash to see her bestfriend, Puck who became deathly...
Oh how I love this series? I can't even count all the ways. I would would like to say that I loved it, but I kinda felt like the prophecy thing about a child destroying a species is a tired concept. I expect better from you Julie! But otherwise, I really liked it. I love the characters, it's like ha...
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