The Iron Warrior by Julie Kagawa
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It took a long time for Kagawa to finish this series, and good thing too - she clearly took that long time, that extra time, to make sure it ended right. Ethan and Kenzie have already proven themselves worthy successors to Meghan and Puck and even Ash, and this book only cements that awesomeness of theirs. The whole time, the stakes are unbelievably high, as there's still that one tiny hope that Keirran can be redeemed in spite of the Summer and Winter Courts' wish to terminate him with extreme prejudice. And lest we forget, those creepy-ass Forgotten. *shudders*
Best of all, with Kagawa's hint that later books may take readers back into the Nevernever (even as the Iron Fey saga is officially done), I'm really holding out some hope for further amazingness in the remaining novels of the incredible Talon Saga.
For now, though, I hereby bid Iron Fey ave atque vale.
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