Review: Wings by Aprilynne Pike

6474771Wings by Aprilynne Pike
Genre: Faery, Romance
Published by: Harper Collins
Pages: 360
Format: Paperback
Rating: ★★★★★
Series: Spells (#2) | Wild (#3) | Destined (#4)
Where to Find: Goodreads | Amazon

Wings is my favourite faery story of all time. This was my fourth re-read of the book, and I can promise you now that it never gets boring! The world will completely suck you in and the folklore is different to anything that is normally portrayed in faery fiction. Aprilynne Pike has somehow made this stunning and complex world that absolutely leaps off the page. Laurel’s story is so dear to me and I can’t wait to continue re-reading the series and reviewing my thoughts, because I first read these books in 2011 when YA was still very new to me.

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Review: The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa

15811405The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa
Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Romance
Published by: Mira Ink
Rating: ★★★
The Lost Prince (#1)
Where to Find: Goodreads | Amazon

After the whirlwind adventure of The Lost Prince, I knew there was no way I’d be able to leave it there. Was Annwyl safe? What will happen to Ethan and Kenzie? And again, what do these Forgotten fey want? The Iron Traitor starts in the human world, but, of course, the story only really picks up when we make our way back to the Nevernever, this time to stop Keirran from doing something really stupid.

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Review: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa16090769
Fantasy, Adventure, Romance
Published by: Mira Ink
Rating: ★★★
The Iron Traitor (#2)
Where to Find: 
Goodreads | Amazon

The Lost Prince is the first book in the spin off series/continuation of the Iron Fey series. This time we follow Ethan Chase, remember him? Meghan’s little brother, the one that got kidnapped right at the very beginning. Well, it’s him, but he’s a lit different to how I remembered as the little boy with eyes full of wonder. Ethan’s seventeen and he’s ready to go on his own adventure into the Nevernever.

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