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The Iron Raven (The Iron Fey: Evenfall) (edition 2021)

by Julie Kagawa (Author)

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Title:The Iron Raven (The Iron Fey: Evenfall)
Authors:Julie Kagawa (Author)
Info:Inkyard Press (2021), Edition: Original, 416 pages
Collections:Reviewed, Kindle, Read but unowned, October, 2020
Rating:*****
Tags:Review, NetGalley, YA, Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

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Enchanting book that will take you for a ride into the world of faeries, elves, their queens, kings and the adventures of the main character, a mischievous Raven, Robin Goodfellow. The coexistence and balance of the human world and the magical world of faeries depend upon humans’ emotions, beliefs and technology.

There is plenty of action going on and information to digest from the past and the present.

The first chapters were a bit complicated since my brain did not adjust to the words Nevernever, Between and Coaleater to name a few, until the end of the book.

I am going to read this book again. ( )
  AneG81 | Jan 16, 2021 |
Puck is the star of this episode and tells us more about himself as he and his allies battle a new threat the looks insurmountable.

Puck himself is influenced by this monster which calls out everyone's worse self and throws Puck back into the days when he was Robin Goodfellow and an enemy to be feared. Puck has to come to terms with the person he was and no longer wants to be in this story.

Led by Grimalkin, Puck, Meghan who is the Queen of the Iron Fae, her consort Ash who is from the Winter Court, and Nyx who is a moon elf from the Shadow Court along with others need to find the monster and find some way to defeat it.

The world building is intriguing and very detailed in this story. The descriptions bring the various settings and characters to life. I really enjoyed hearing this story from Puck's very irreverent point of view. I can't wait to see what happens next since this one ends on quite a cliffhanger. ( )
  kmartin802 | Jan 13, 2021 |
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