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by Karen Mahoney
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Donna hides her arms under gloves to hide the iron and silver tattoos that gave her back the use of those arms after a faerie creature damaged them when she was young. The same incident where her father died. Her mother is suffering from a mysterious ailment that resembles a mental illness and she...
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 6 years ago
I expected a different setting when I read the summary for the book. I thought this would be a dystopian universe where people knew what the iron branding on her arm meant, and that's why Donna is ostracized. I was wrong, but the change in reality vs. my expectations didn't affect my enjoyment for t...
Jo Thomas
Jo Thomas rated it 6 years ago
A little clumsy but a quick read
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
Karen Mahoney's "The Iron Witch" evokes conflicted sentiments within me. I probably should not have liked this book as much as I did given the familiar elements and progression, but somehow it had its moments of bringing me into the overarching story. I didn't go into this novel with high expectat...
Jennavier
Jennavier rated it 7 years ago
I'm really sorry to say this, but the Iron Witch is a bit of a dud. Karen Mahoney has a lot of potential so I'm really hoping that the next book is better. I could see flashes of it throughout and kept hoping that the book would live up to those flashes. Not so lucky. The plot centers around Donna, ...
Cynical Reader
Cynical Reader rated it 7 years ago
The best part about this book for me was the cool looking little bottle shes holding on the cover.There is absolutely nothing original about this story. There is some YA that I love and there are others that make me wanna shoot myself - The Iron Witch would be the latter. Just another selfish, "tort...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
Donna hides her arms under gloves to hide the iron and silver tattoos that gave her back the use of those arms after a faerie creature damaged them when she was young. The same incident where her father died. Her mother is suffering from a mysterious ailment that resembles a mental illness and she l...
rabbitsfortea
rabbitsfortea rated it 8 years ago
Nope, can't do it.Typical Mary Sue heroine, ugh.
thelilradish
thelilradish rated it 8 years ago
I registered a book at BookCrossing.com!http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/10519104
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 8 years ago
17 year old Donna Underwood has secrets...lots of secrets...that she keeps even from her best friend, Navin Sharma until he follows her one day and discovers things he shouldn't. Then she is forced to reveal almost everything and once the dam is broken, she finds herself blabbing to Xan Grayson too...
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