While this story certainly has a premise with plety of potential, I'm sorry to say I found the writing a bit mediocre and uninspired, and even a littl..Show More »e trite at some points. Kagawa pens for us a herione with a noble and dramatic quest, saving her little brother. Unfortunately, I did not find Megan a truly compelling or convincing character. Her "inner-life" (thoughts, etc.) and her personality were just not very interesting. I know that this series is fairly highly-reviewed overall, and it looks like it just may get better as it goes along. Because of the overall plot, and some characters who did interest me, particularly Puck and Ash, I will check out the rest of this series eventually. As far as the narration, it is very good and appropo of the story. Khristine Hvam has a very listenable voice that is suitable to the character.
The 3rd book in the Iron Fey series is super. I don't want to write a long review, but this is the kind of book that I ache when I stop reading it. ..Show More »I wish I could read it all the time. I can't wait until the Iron Knight comes out in Nov! Khristine Hvam does a fantastic job reading. Loved every bit of it!
I enjoyed this novella and getting to peek into Puck's mind. I've always secretly been Team Puck.
Josh Hurley does a good job as Puck, and s..Show More »peaks very clearly, but there were moments when his delivery seemed a little forced. Of course, it must be hard to step into a character mid-series when Khristine Hvam has done such a superb job with the other books.
Of all audiobooks? I'm not sure. In the series? I thought it was one of the best books in the Iron Fey series, and that surprised me. I'm always a lit..Show More »tle put out when the point-of-view is suddenly changed, mid-series, but I found myself loving Ash a lot more after finishing this book.