Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Review: The Iron Traitor
The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ethan Chase has returned from the lands of the fey and is looking forward to things getting back to normal. Of course, normal for him is completely abnormal. Since he was kidnapped by faeries at the age of 4, he has been able to see the faeries in his everyday life. Now he has a girlfriend and his loner bad boy attitude isn’t flying at school. It doesn’t matter that he has been told to stay away from her after whisking her to New York City on a secret faerie adventure. He has barely returned home when he discovers that his nephew, Keirran, is missing and is planning to save the love of his life, no matter the cost. As Ethan helps Keirran try to save his love while trying to keep the dark side from taking over, the prophecy of their fates become clearer.
The Iron Traitor is the sixth book in The Iron Fey series and the second book in the Call of the Forgotten series. Readers who jump into the story as soon as it releases will enjoy the memory jogging clues dispersed to refresh their memory of the previous stories. Ethan and Keirran continue to learn who they are and that impulsive reactions have long lasting consequences. Kagawa’s continuing saga will satisfy the persistent reader, but be advised that the tale is not complete. Of course no grand adventure would be complete without a cliff hanger, and The Iron Traitor includes a doozy. I refuse to give a spoiler, but be advised that the title may be a hint at what is to come.
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