Review: Winter’s Passage Engl.
Iron Fey # 1,5
This book is a short novella between the books ‘The Iron King’ and ‘The Iron Daughter’ and tells the journey of Meghan and Prince Ash to the winter court in nevernever and what they have to endure and to encounter to accomplish their mission to get there.
My thoughts about the book:
As it I told before this book is just a short story/ novella between the first and the second book and Kagawa only published it as an eBook. On her website she wrote the reason because she write this novella is, that she wanted to gave her fans of ‘Iron Fey’ something to read while they have to wait for the second book. And so everything it tells is just between the end of the first and till the beginning of the second, and I’m not sure if it’s really important to read this short story to continue in this book series. For me it’s just a nice story if you want to know more about their trip to Tir Na Nog, but it’s also mentioned in the second book in a short description. It’s interesting because it shows more about the starting relationship between Meghan and Prince Ash and how they hold together to make it safe to the winter court. So if you like Prince Ash and adore him, than I guess you have to read it. 🙂
It’s okay but not one of my favorites in this series, though it shows the enemy on it.
All in all:
It’s a short story to read for everyone who adores Prince Ash and wants more of Meghan and Ash.
3 of 5 points
# 1: Julie Kagawa – The Iron King
# 1,5: Julie Kagawa – Winter’s Passage
# 2: Julie Kagawa – The Iron Daughter
# 3: Julie Kagawa – The Iron Queen
# 3,5: Julie Kagawa – Summer’s Crossing
Veröffentlicht am 22.09.2011 in * English Reviews, YA Fantasy und mit 3 points, English Review, Fairy, fantasy, Feen, Grimalkin, Iron Fey, Julie Kagawa, Meghan Chase, Oberon, ohter worlds, Prince Ash, Sidhe Cat, Winters passage getaggt. Setze ein Lesezeichen auf den Permalink. Hinterlasse einen Kommentar.