Review: The Iron Warrior by Julie Kagawa

 

Title: The Iron Warrior {The Call of the Forgotten #3; The Iron Fey #7}

Author: Julie Kagawa

Published: Mira Ink November 2015

Status: Read from November 04 to 07, 2015

My Thoughts:
The third and final installment in the Call of the Forgotten Trilogy, The Iron Warrior reveals not only Ethan’s fate (after the cliffhanger ending in The Iron Traitor), but also the fate of NeverNever as it is called to war.

Drama and action abound as the Iron Prince (the errant son of Meghan and Ash) declares war against the Fae as the champion of The Forgotten, threatening not only to tear apart the NeverNever but also the human world. Ethan, with the help of Kenzie and many of the Iron Fey series beloved characters including Puck and Grimalkin, is determined not only to save faery but also his nephew. The quest sees our heroes travel through perilous regions of the Nevernever, the Between and the Dark Wyld, culminating is a heart-stopping showdown.

Though I have to confess I felt the overall resolution of this specific trilogy plot was a bit lacklustre, The Iron Warrior is a satisfying ending to the Iron Fey series and I’m looking forward to Kagawa’s next work.

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