Book Review: The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa
July 27, 2015
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Faeries
Julie Kagawa has done it again! She played with my feelings again! This sequel made me sad, happy, excited, angry, frustrated, shocked, in love, and everything. Well, talk about mixed emotions?
I totally liked this moooore than The Lost Prince. I see how a lot of the characters have developed. Also more new characters were introduced, plot twists!
After all the hullabaloos in The Lost Prince, we now came into the The Iron Traitor where it revolves around the hunt for the cure to Annwyl’s inevitable fading. Keirran has gone missing looking for a solution. So Ethan and company has to find him, because Ethan just can’t leave his nephew alone. And god knows what recklessness Keirran would do.
In faery world, one does not simply make bargains and promises. Since faeries can’t lie, they twist words, and some, if not most, are very conniving when making bargains. So, knowing how Keirran would want to risk everything for Annwyl, Ethan and the gang became very anxious on what he might do. Keirran is a big trouble. All those mixed powers from the three courts and partly being a human have gone through his nervous system. Go figure.
AND that’s what made this book so much more exciting! The gang searching for Keirran ended up joining him on his quest. Ha! Adventure, adventure! More enemies! More fighting! And then the forgotten queen joined!
Well, it’s actually obvious isn’t it? I mean, “the iron traitor”? The title and the cover are way too obvious! So I need not to guess on that, but whatever happened why the “traitor” is pretty…
AND THE ENDING??? Good lord! This is the kind of CLIFFHANGER that totally makes me so mad! WHY? I still have to wait until October this year for the next and last book and it’s now driving me crazy!