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The Iron Fey Boxed Set: The Iron King, The Iron Daughter, The Iron Queen, The Iron Knight (The Iron Fey #1-4)

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Available for the first time: the complete New York Times bestselling IRON FEY saga—THE IRON KING, THE IRON QUEEN, THE IRON DAUGHTER and THE IRON KNIGHT—in a single breathtaking boxed set. Order yours now and receive a stunning limited edition IRON FEY poster, autographed by author Julie Kagawa!
Paperback, 1504 pages
Published September 25th 2012 by Harlequin
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Mery
Nov 12, 2012 Mery marked it as to-read
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Feb 06, 2013 Jossie Posie - Semiliterate Bibliophile rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of YA Lit, Fans of Fairy Stories
This review originally appeared on: Examiner.com

Fairy stories, in my opinion, are some of the more difficult stories to follow. The characters are more often than not richly developed, oddly named and there are so many that it is genuinely challenging to keep track of who is who. A multi-book story arc makes it even harder to follow and I have learned from experience that unless a character is especially memorable it is in my best interest to assign a mnemonic device to the minor characters to
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Alice Yates
I'm not going to review every single book: im doing my review here. one word to describe the entire series?


F L A W L E S S.

I loved all 3 of the main characters: Julie Kagawa really put a lot of emotions and background information into them. Puck could always lighten the mood and make you laugh, Ash was...ahg, just perfect! Megan really grew over the 4 books, and Grimalkin is the funniest, most sarcastic cat I've ever heard of.

I don't know why, but I absolutely loved Ariella. She seemed like s
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Valeria Andrea
What I love the MOST about this series it the WORLD. The beautiful detailed way the nevernever is created. & the Characters, every. single. one. has something that... pulls. A deepness I can't quite figure out.

So, 4 books, 1 series, 1504 pages, 24 days, me going crazy.
The Iron King 3*'s
The Iron Daughter 5*'s
The Iron Queen 4*'s
The Iron Knight 3*'s

Plus this beautiful edition, pretty black box. 4*'s

*Does the math*

3.8*'s!
For love will bring my own destruction. I love this so, SO much.
Hannah
I loved this series more than anything else on my shelves while I was reading it. I simply could not put it down. The story line was beautiful, and I adored Grim and Robin. There was only a few slight problems that were almost easily ignored for me. The language. The book itself was well written but I just feel she included unnecessary cursing a lot.bit got rather repetitive and annoying. The book was well written though, that more han made up for it. I wasn't really much for the main character: ...more
Dara
Just by looking at the book covers I didn't think I'd enjoy reading this series. I thought the storyline was going to be some cheesy teenage highschool drama. But they turned out to be some of the best books I've ever read. Epic storyline, likeable characters, and I just love the author's writing style. This is the best series I've read this year
Marco Jean-Bob

E allora eccomi al pensiero complessivo: sono stato un tiepido fan della serie fino a quando i tre protagonisti sono stati esiliati da Faerie. Tutto quello che è avvenuto in seguito, ad eccezione dell'adempimento del contratto tra Ash e Leanansidhe, non ha saputo catturare la mia viva attenzione. Ho trovato i primi due romanzi più ispirati e fiabeschi.
Al momento non ho nemmeno finito The Iron Knight, cosa che magari farò in seguito, ma non so se continuerò con The Lost Prince. E' forse meglio d
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CHARACTERS-

OK, even I have to admit--this series may be a bit cheesy, but I tell you, it's good!

OK. I've read the summary of Iron King. The first thing that comes to mind is LOVE TRIANGLE. Yup, there is one heck of a love triangle in this story. It's the usual cast of characters - the one clumsy girl that'll save the day, the cold-hearted-cool-but-so-hot-in-an-attractive-sense-prince boy, and the cute-funny-I-don't-want-him-to-get-hurt-in-that-love-polygon-gosh
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Kassandra
Really the only reason I picked up this book was because I saw the binding and I was like ooh, pretty! Then it turned out to be a pretty good book. Meghan us not my favorite though. I think she's incredibly brave and loyal to her family. And I appreciate how strong she is. She disappointed me,however. Why? Because she chose Ash. I still can't get over it. She should've just stayed in Faery with Puck where they could run around and play and have endless summer days. But no she chose Ash, when Puc ...more
Aaryy_
UGH! THE FEELS
Linda
The Iron Fey series is an EPIC YA FANTASY. I've written a review of each of the books within and they are each awesome!

I highly recommend that you read this series in order and this box set would be perfect to do that! You won't want to stop at the end of each book... you'll be so enamored that you'll want to start on the next book right away - so this is the way to go!!!!!!

I LOVED the story, the characters, the settings. We must keep reading fairy tales to keep our favorite fae alive! I can't
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Julie
BEST SERIES EVER (at least, for now).
I loved the plot and characters especially Ash and Puck. Although normally hate love triangles between characters, I still loved this series and the love triangle between Ash, Puck and Meghan. Though I already knew from the beginning that Meghan would end up with (view spoiler). This book is another one of the books that I couldn't put down until the end. I love how Julie Kagawa wrote this series and I look forward to reading her other bo
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Niki
I loved this series. I am so sick of all of the vampire and zombies series but this is not that. This is a series about a young teenage girl who finds out that her Dad is King of the other world that is interacting within our world that we don't see. He came to the human world one day and was able to enchant her mother and the ended up having a baby that was half human and half other world. One day her brother is taken and she must find him and her "best friend" then tells her the truth about wh ...more
Lei Duran
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Caterpillar Reads
Check out my full review of this series here: http://caterpillarreads.blogspot.com/...
sha95
im just gonna make this short, julie kagawa's writing is great! When i first read IronKing, i cant get enough of it and i just go crazy to get the second and third book. I've waited for quite a while before i get my hands on the second and third volume (which is quite a torture cause im really looking forward to read it) and when i do have it, it doesnt dissapoint me for even a bit! Its amazing, breathtaking and it takes you out of the world! The characters are all so cute and the plot.. unexpec ...more
BlackhamBoys
... this is one of those series that I read, but of course MY BOYS wouldn't be interested. I think Fey is ultimately aimed at a female audience. I liked the series as a whole, I maybe came into it with too high of expectations (friends raving about it) and wasn't super impressed, especially at the start. The first few chapters of the first book were a little rough (some language, situations) but I liked it much better once we left the real world.

As much as I can recall, I think this was pretty
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Jade
I absolutely LOVED this series! Outstanding! Truly amazing.
Cassandra
I love this series. I'm looking forward to reading Julie Kagawa's other series.
Cory Bell
Kind of predictable.
Laura Pipes
May 05, 2012 Laura Pipes rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Young Adult or Adults
Recommended to Laura by: Katrina Taylor
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Jill
Loved all these books....practically inhaled them, which is crazy, because I'm not usually a fairy story kind of girl. Great twists and turns, a love triangle that actually includes a best friend who loves her enough to see her happy with the other guy (it's about time), a seriously determined heroine, and lots of cool details that wink at classic literature, Shakespeare in particular. Highly reccomended beach reads.
Truc
Nov 24, 2012 Truc added it
Superdooper good! The romance between Ash and Meghan was soo sweet! Poor Puck! Although, a couple of that bothered me:

-the excessive usage of words such as: dubious, etc (got very annoying after 4 books)
-Ash and Meghan's romance was a bit rushed. It began in "The Iron King", but after re-reading it I thought that the course of their relationship went by too fast! His love for her is noteworthy.
Linda
The best fairy series Ive read! Julie Kagawa knows how to keep you on your tipy toes. There is alot of action, romance, and friendship. The description is vividly clear and I can imagine this series becoming movies. Prince Ash is your dark and brooding love interest and Puck is what a girl imagines her best guy-friend to be. Main protag. Megan kicks butt and one of my favorite heroines.
Mireya
Jul 24, 2012 Mireya rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Mireya by: my cousin
Shelves: favorites
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Rachmi
yay, after 3 months I finally got this beautiful boxed set. Thanks mba Mary.

But I still keep my fingers crossed for Indonesian edition to complete my collection. I bet it'll look good on my book shelf. So, Kubika/Mahda when will you publish the rest of the series?
Lindsay
Jul 03, 2013 Lindsay rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: ya
*I reviewed each book in the series separately.*

I've never read a book series quite like this one. It has humor, romance,...and fey! I highly recommend this series! The author did a great job!
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One of the best fantasy/paranormal books i've ever read. It puts the most interesting spin on faeries and is absolutely perfect. You never see anything coming and I just LOVE this book to pieces.
Faith
It was a completely out of this world. She takes you to a world that you have only thought when you were a child but now when you enter everything its always a sweet as it may seems.
Michele at A Belle's Tales
A must-have for fans of Julie Kagawa's amazing Iron Fey series! Beautiful set with autographed poster included! These were a perfect addition to my collection :D
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