When my BFF Shannon tells me to read a book that she loved, I know I will like it, or fall head over heels in love with it. So it was no surprise then that after her recommendation to read the Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa I fell madly in love. In celebration of the release of the anthology The Iron Legends we will be spotlighting all things Fae.
The Iron Legends features a new novella Iron’s Prophecy, which takes place after the events of the final Iron Fey novel, The Iron Knight and bridges to the new spinoff series Call of the Forgotten: The Lost Prince. This is also the first time you can own the two previously released novellas Winter’s Passage and Summer’s Crossing in print (The Iron Legends is also available in ebook format). Also to be released on September 25th from Harlequin Teen is a lovely box-set of the first four novels (The Iron Fey Boxed Set: The Iron King, The Iron Daughter, The Iron Queen, The Iron Knight) so pre-order yours today, as for me these books are a must in print as well as digital!
For those that aren’t familiar with The Iron Fey series the books tell the tale of Meghan Chase a seemingly ordinary human girl who finds out she is really half faery princess. When she is transported to The Nevernever, the mythical land of the fae, she becomes an unwitting pawn in the battle between Winter and Summer Court. Along the way she meets the handsome but distant Prince Ash and finds out that her best friend Robbie just happens to be the infamous Puck (you may have heard about his shenanigans in a little known work called A Midsummer’s Night Dream). The books are epic, filled with adventure, romance, heartache, and fantasy.
Reading Order for The Iron Fey series:
The Iron King (The Iron Fey, #1)
Winter’s Passage (The Iron Fey, #1.5)
The Iron Daughter (The Iron Fey, #2)
The Iron Queen (The Iron Fey, #3)
Summer’s Crossing (The Iron Fey, #3.5)
The Iron Knight (The Iron Fey, #4)
Iron’s Prophecy (The Iron Fey, #4.5)
The Lost Prince (The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten, #1) TBR