Summer’s Crossing (The Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa (review)

January 18, 2015 All Reviews, Fantasy, YA 2 ★★★★

Summer’s Crossing (The Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa (review)Summer's Crossing by Julie Kagawa
Published by Harlequin Teen on June 1st, 2011
Number of Pages: 59
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Source: Purchased
Format: eBook
Purchase: At Amazon
four-stars

Robin Goodfellow. Puck. Summer Court prankster, King Oberon's right hand, bane of many a faery queen's existence—and secret friend to Prince Ash of the Winter Court. Until one girl's death came between them, and another girl stole both their hearts.

Now Ash has granted one favor too many and someone's come to collect, forcing the prince to a place he cannot go without Puck's help—into the heart of the Summer Court. And Puck faces the ultimate choice—betray Ash and possibly win the girl they both love, or help his former friend turned bitter enemy pull off a deception that no true faery prankster could possibly resist.

“No one has ever spoken my real name out loud, not once, despite all the titles and nicknames and myths I’ve collected for myself over the years.”

 

The story is told from Puck’s point of view. He lives up to his name, with many funny comments all through out the story. I liked the way he was portrayed, it fit the character well. I also liked reading about Ash.

This is a short story, 6th in book order. I haven’t read any of the other books in this series, but I really want to read them now! Besides being a clever Puck, I really liked the glimpses of Ash’s personality. Tatiana was believable as was Oberon. The references to earlier plot in the series got me super curious about the other books.

All in all, this was a very fun read and I would highly recommend picking it up. Even if you haven’t read any of the other books.

four-stars

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2 Responses to “Summer’s Crossing (The Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa (review)”

    • SilvaraWilde

      I had to do a Google search to see where this book fell in the series. Turns out for every full-sized novel, there’s at least 1-2 short ones like this. Which is an interesting way to do things. Going to have to pick up book 1 and see if I like it as much as this one.

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