Early Featured Book Review: The Iron Traitor (Call of the Forgotten #2) by Julie Kagawa
The Iron Traitor is an amazing installment in the Call of the Forgotten series. Julie once again manages to draw you into this fascinating world where danger waits at every turn and the characters have depth and vibrant personalities. A perfect blend of action and romance, The Iron Traitor is a major game-changer that will leave readers desperate to get their hands on the next book.
September 9, 2012
ARC Review: The Lost Prince (Iron Fey, Call of the Forgotten #1) by Julie Kagawa
Ethan Chase has spent practically his whole life hating the fey after he was kidnapped by them as a child. He does his best to ignore them entirely, but once he transfers to a new school after being kicked out of his last one, it becomes harder for him to do that. When Ethan is attacked by a strange race of fey, he must venture into the land of Faery in order to protect his family and the girl he's starting to fall for. Destiny has come for Ethan Chase, and this is one thing he won't be able to ignore...The Lost Prince is a GraveTells Must-Read!
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