Saturday, July 24, 2010

Winter’s Passage by Julie Kagawa

Winter

Winter’s Passage is a short story from the Iron Fey series and takes place between The Iron King and The Iron Daughter. As the title hints, this novella tells Meghan’s passage from the human world to the Winter court to hold her part of her bargain with Prince Ash. On their journey, they will meet with another highly know fey even Ash is scared of.

I don’t think there is much to critique about the novella because it’s only 60ish pages long, and while I haven’t read The Iron Daughter yet, I would strongly recommend reading Winter’s Passage so you don’t miss any evolution into the Ash-Meghan relation.

Quick read, but not less filled with adventure than The Iron King was, Winter’s Passage is an enjoyable read and you can download it for free here, until July 31st, 2010. So why not read it? *winks*

The Iron Fey series:

The Iron King
Winter’s Passage
The Iron Daughter

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  • Pages: 59 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Teen (June 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003N2QUZG
  • Source: Iron Fey website

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    4 People left their mark' :

    1. I agree. With 60-ish pages, it's really hard to review it but it's not hard to love this short story. Especially when you're in the wait for Iron Daughter. :D

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    2. I love this series SOOO much! It is probably one of my favorite now!

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    3. I love this novella. It was a great insight before The Iron Daughter :)

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    4. I agree that the novella was much too short to review, I'm having a hard time coming up with a review that's more than 3 sentences. It was a nice bridge between the two novels, but I don't feel enough happened in it that was worth mentioning.

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