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Winter's Passage by Julie Kagawa
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Oct 09, 11

Read on October 09, 2011

Again, Kagawa creates a riveting story as Ash and Meghan attempt to outrun a powerful hunter while on their way back to Tir Na Nog in order to fulfill Meghan’s promise to Ash. It was quite captivating, and at times I could feel my heart rate accelerating. My only complaint is that the novella rehashes too much of the first novel, recapping information any reader of the series would already know and, though I may be mistaken, I actually think there is a passage from this novella that is also word for word in either The Iron King or The Iron Daughter… I know I’ve read it in one of them. But, repetitiveness aside, there is more than enough of a story to intrigue the reader and cause them to put aside the repeated information in favor for the new dilemma’s Ash and Meghan come up against.

Do you need to read it to know what's happening in the acutal series? No. Do I recommend it? YES!

To read my full review (10/23):

http://bookvacations.wordpress.com/20...
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