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Review: The Iron Traitor (Iron Fey #6/Call of the Forgotten #2) by Julie Kagawa

The Iron Traitor
by Julie Kagawa

Book Six of the Iron Fey series. Click here to read reviews of earlier books in the series.This review may contain spoilers for previous books in the series.

Book Two of the Call of the Forgotten series.

After his second encounter with the fairies, Ethan tries once more to block them out, but when one of his companions from a previous trip appears in his home, seeking help, he realizes that he can no longer turn his back on events in the Nevernever – especially when he learns that his nephew Kierran has gone missing. When Ethan and his girlfriend Kenzie catch up with Kierran at the New Orleans goblin market, they find him playing a most dangerous game. Kierran is desperate to save the love of his life, the exiled Summer fairy Annwyl who is fading slowly into nothingness, and he will make any bargain that will guarantee her life. Ethan must once again journey into the Nevernever in order to protect his impetuous nephew from himself. A prophecy has long existed that Kierran will be the cause of Ethan's death. Can Ethan trust Kierran or is he walking straight into a betrayal?

(Review continues on Fashionista Piranha Book Blog)
Tags: author: k, genre: fantasy, review

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