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The Iron Traitor (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, #2) - Community Reviews back

by Julie Kagawa
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Diane's Book Blog
Diane's Book Blog rated it 8 years ago
Ethan Chase and Kenzie just return home from Faery and need to face the consequences of leaving the mortal realm without telling anyone. Ethan is happy to be home and not planning on ever going back to Faery. However, that doesn’t last long, Ethan’s nephew, Keirran, goes missing and he needs to ret...
Biele
Biele rated it 8 years ago
*A copy of this book was provided by Harlequin Enterprises Australia via NetGalley for a fair and honest review. I feel like this book suffered a little bit from second book syndrome. Don't get me wrong it was still a great read but most of it was set-up for the end of this book and the next one ...
MartinaBookaholic
MartinaBookaholic rated it 8 years ago
English Review:My thoughts about the book:It was a long Odyssey and I thought it would never end – it felt like I’ve needed an eternity to finish the book and this usually never happen with books from Kagawa. But with part here the important spark has been absent for me, and I‘ve to try hard to read...
~Sandee*Stuck in Wonderland~
~Sandee*Stuck in Wonderland~ rated it 8 years ago
I just got my cooopppyyy!!Gotta stop reading anything else and start on this one! :D
My Blogtastiic reviews
My Blogtastiic reviews rated it 8 years ago
wow. that cliffhanger...
Syahira's Literary Obsession
Syahira's Literary Obsession rated it 8 years ago
Its no secret that I completely hate "The Eternity Cure" and really do think that was this year's piece of crap ever written by a YA fantasy author I love (as if there wasn't any katana-wielding japanese vampire in existence in fiction or Will Smith's "I Am Legend"). Luckily Julie didn't disappoint ...
Book Chelle
Book Chelle rated it 8 years ago
Ugh. Julie Kagawa knows how to kill me. This story line is a lot darker than the Meghann's story. It's a lot edgier, filled with more anger, angst, and foreboding moments. Kagawa reinvents her world, bringing us back to the Nevernever. She brings us to familiar places, but tells it in a way that's n...
Bewitched Bookworms
Bewitched Bookworms rated it 8 years ago
Why oh why Julie must you always torture me with such horrific endings!! Now I must wait for another 6 month? Or even a year!?!
Scott Reads It!
Scott Reads It! rated it 8 years ago
I'm giving away a signed copy of this book over at my blog!
The Social Potato Reviews
The Social Potato Reviews rated it 8 years ago
I HAS THIS NOW HAHAHAHAA ahem...
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