Thursday, October 4, 2012

This week....The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa review

First off this book is a continuation of the Iron Fey series, so you meet some new and old characters from the original series. A big part of me loved this series more then the original, because it is from Ethan POV. This defiantly shed some light on what it was like for Meghan's mortal family and how it ended up affecting Ethan her little brother growing up. I must add Ethan was very swoon worthy, and he was really well written. The twists in the book were really good too, such as drum roll, an amazing love interest that tugs at your heart strings. I would recommend you pick up a copy of this book and even if you haven't read the previous books I swear you won't be lost. So go, go now and get a copy when it comes out October 30th, 2012. Also, can I just say this cover is very yummy.

The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten

New York Times bestselling author Julie Kagawa returns with THE LOST PRINCE (Harlequin Teen, November 2012, $9.99 U.S./$11.99 CAN.), a novel that is both the fifth installment in the remarkably popular The Iron Fey series and the first book in a new trilogy.

In Faery, there are always more tales to tell…
It has been thirteen years since Meghan Chase vanished into the Nevernever to become the Iron Queen, leaving her family and her half brother, Ethan, behind. But that doesn't mean the fey left them alone, or forgot about them. Now seventeen, Ethan Chase is an expert on all things faery and feels nothing but rage toward the creatures who stole his sister so long ago.

The Iron Fey series
Book 1: The Iron King (February 2010)
Novella: Winter’s Passage (June 2010)
Book 2: The Iron Daughter (August 2010)
Book 3: The Iron Queen (February 2011)
Novella: Summer’s Crossing (June 2011)
Book 4: The Iron Knight (November 2011)
The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten
Novella: Iron’s Prophecy (September 2012)
Book 5: The Iron Prince (November 2012)
Book 6: TBA
Book 7: TBA

About the author:
Born in Sacramento, California, Julie Kagawa moved to Hawaii at the age of nine. There she learned many things: how to bodyboard, that teachers scream when you put centipedes in their desks and that writing stories in math class is a fantastic way to kill time. Her teachers were glad to see her graduate.
Julie now lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband and a plethora of pets. She still laughs whenever she sees a centipede. Visit her at