The Iron Legends by Julie Kagawa Published: August 28, 2012 Publisher: Harlequin Teen Pages: 304 Series: Iron Fey #1.5, 3.5, 4.5 My Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Synopsis: Enter the world of the internationally bestselling Iron Fey series.
Dangerous faeries. Heartbreaking romance. Thrilling action and limitless
adventure. The world of the fey has never been so powerful. This
collection includes three novellas set in the world of the Iron Fey plus
the Guide to the Iron Fey with exclusive information about Julie
Kagawa's unforgettable world of Faery.
make a promise to a faery. They always come to collect. Now Meghan
Chase must fulfill her promise to Prince Ash of the Winter Court and
embark upon a dangerous journey into the heart of enemy territory—while
being pursued by a relentless new foe and guarding her own foolish
What can turn enemies into
reluctant allies? A call from the Exile Queen, Leanansidhe, ties
legendary prankster Puck to his archenemy, Prince Ash, on a journey that
may end in betrayal and will set them both on an irreversible path.
she ever knew what she might become, Iron Queen Meghan Chase was warned
by the oracle that her firstborn child would bring nothing but grief.
And even as Meghan and Ash celebrate their long-awaited union, the
My Review: So I think I need to get something out of my system first...
Puck on the cover is not Puck! He's a Puck wannabe! Where is Puck's red
hair and while I was looking at the cover I thought his eyes were blue
(I'm not sure if they are just extremely light green or actually blue).
He also looks like he's glaring at Meghan or he's in pain. No! That is
not Puck. I...I'm disappointed. There was a better Puck on the back of
my copy of The Iron Knight!
Ok I'm done.
So I already read Winter's Passage and Summer's Crossing so I'm just going to talk about Iron's Prophecy
and the Guide to the Nevernever. Be warned if you have not finished the
Iron Fey series I suggest you look away now. There could be unavoidable
It's really hard to review something that was so short but I'm going to try.
Iron's Prophecy is the perfect book to transition into The Lost Prince. While I was reading The Lost Prince I was wondering what Ash and Meghan were hiding but this novella clears all that up. Iron's Prophecy
is basically all about Meghan's son. This novella alone deserves five
stars even though it was short. It was just so good! And it had Ash,
Meghan, and Puck.
Well there's just so many parts with
Ash and Meghan that almost made my heart stop. Why do you have to be so
hot Ash? I loved reading about Ash and Meghan while they were married.
But as much as I love Iron Fey I think its time to move to new
characters or a book all about Puck not just a novella.
was also this handy little guide to the Nevernever. I read it all and
it was good but I almost fell asleep when they were describing the
places. It might have something to do with the fact that I was reading
at midnight. I'd say read the guide because I loved most of it. I just
didn't like how the description of the places was just excerpts from the
books. But I found it very useful because I plan on finding a trod one
There was also some drawings for Ash, Puck, and Grimalkin! So adorable! I recommend reading Iron's Prophecy before you read The Lost Prince. I feel like The Iron Legends is a must for Iron Fey fans because all three novellas are now in paperback and there's extra stuff at the end.