Thursday, 10 May 2012

(Review) Summer's Crossing (Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa

Summer's Crossing (Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa
Published June 1st 2011 by Harlequin Teen
ebook, 72 pages
Genre: YA Fantasy
Source: Overdrive
Rating: 5/5 stars

Buy: Amazon Kindle, Kobobooks

Goodreads Summary:
A Midsummer's Nightmare? Robin Goodfellow. Puck. Summer Court prankster, King Oberon's right hand, bane of many a faery queen's existence—and secret friend to Prince Ash of the Winter Court. Until one girl's death came between them, and another girl stole both their hearts.

Now Ash has granted one favor too many and someone's come to collect, forcing the prince to a place he cannot go without Puck's help—into the heart of the Summer Court. And Puck faces the ultimate choice—betray Ash and possibly win the girl they both love, or help his former friend turned bitter enemy pull off a deception that no true faery prankster could possibly resist.

An ebook exclusive novella from Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series.

My Opinion:
What a surprise! Something from Puck's POV! I gladly devoured the book within a few minutes. Dear Puck... It's so refreshing to read from his witty POV and read him try to tempt and annoy Ash. Well, in Summer's Crossing, you get to read the RARE chance of the two of them working together. But wait, will someone be betrayed and hurt?

I'm totally looking forward to reading The Iron Knight, told in Ash's POV. Go Team Ash! <3


  • “A violin?” I echoed, making a face. “Really? You’re calling in a favor for that? What, you don’t want to wait until you’ve lost a pipe organ or something?”

  • “Worry not, ice-boy. I already have a plan.” I flashed him my best impish smile, rubbing my hands together. “One brilliant Goodfellow prank, coming right up.”

About the author: Julie Kagawa
When not swimming for her life, Julie immersed herself in books, often to the chagrin of her schoolteachers, who would find she hid novels behind her Math textbooks during class. Her love of reading led her to pen some very dark and gruesome stories, complete with colored illustrations, to shock her hapless teachers. The gory tales faded with time, but the passion for writing remained, long after she graduated and was supposed to get a real job.

To pay the rent, Julie worked in different bookstores over the years, but discovered the managers frowned upon her reading the books she was supposed to be shelving. So she turned to her other passion: training animals. She worked as a professional dogtrainer for several years, dodging Chihuahua bites and overly enthusiastic Labradors, until her first book sold and she stopped training to write full-time.

Julie now lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where the frequency of shark attacks are at an all time low. She lives with her husband, two obnoxious cats, one Australian Shepherd who is too smart for his own good, and the latest addition, a hyper-active Papillon puppy.

Click here to read Julie's full profile on her website.

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  1. I really love your reviews. Well thought out and insightful. :) I really need to start on the Iron Fey series! :)

    My latest post: From the Review Pile (1)

    1. Thanks for reading! <3 You should start soon! Before the spin-off series releases. I'll be keeping a lookout for your reviews. *winks*