Winter's Passage (Iron Fey Series)

Winter's Passage (Iron Fey Series)

by Julie Kagawa

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426858321
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/01/2010
Series: Iron Fey Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 84,240
File size: 526 KB
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Born in Sacramento, CA, Julie Kagawa moved to Hawaii at the age of nine. There she learned many things; how to bodyboard, that teachers scream when you put centipedes in their desks, and that writing stories in math class is a great way to kill time. Her teachers were glad to see her graduate.

Julie now lives is Louisville, KY with her husband and furkids. She is the international and NYT bestselling author of The Iron Fey series. Visit her at

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Winter's Passage (Iron Fey Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 836 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only 30(ish) pages. Not a full book. That was very dissapointing to me. I was expecting a ful book.
The_Shadow412 More than 1 year ago
I just found out about this today. I downloaded it fast and read it just as fast! Winter's Passage is just as good (if not better than The Iron King). Loved it from beginning to end. Can't wait for The Iron Daughter (even more) now! Meghan goes with Ice Prince Ash to Queen Mab as she'd promised. But first they visit Robin Goodfellow, Meghan's best friend. Meghan and Ash are being hunted by something as they head to Ash's home. Meghan and Ash also have to confront their feelings for each other. You have to read this series, it's so GOOD! The cliffhanger is awesome.
RTeenbookworm More than 1 year ago
After reading The Iron King i wasn't disappointed with Winter's Passage.It starts right where The Iron King left off, it an great addition to the Iron Fey series. Winter's Passage is jam packed with Ash, i mean action*blush* and surprises.Kagawa creates a new adventure and a glimpse of whats to come next in The Iron Daughter. She is an awesome writer, I love her view of the fey. This story is like 50 pages long*plus a tease* and you still feel the a connection with the characters you loved and get hooked on it! It just had everything The Iron King had minus the anxiety of waiting for The Iron Daughter lol. But I'm definitely satisfied*for now* I love this series!
danibookworm91 More than 1 year ago
Whoa! This eBook novella was hot! First, let me just confess how much I love Ash, he is probably one of my biggest book crushes, and this novella had so much Ash it was going to explode with awesomness. that I got the Ash is hot out of my system, I must say I am so glad Julie Kagawa released this novella to bridge the gap between the Iron King and the Iron Daughter. If I didn't read this, I would feel like I missed out on some major action between books one and two of the Iron Fey series. This novella takes place immediately after the end of the Iron King and continues the story perfectly. Winter's Passage adds more to the lovely world already create by Julie Kagawa in the Iron King. This book had everything I was expecting after reading Iron King, it had an intriguing plot, action, Ash, romance and just a great story. While reading Winter's Passage is not essential to the story of the Iron Fey, it is a great book connecting books one and two and will definitely add to the experience of reading the series. Any fan of the Iron King should definitely check out this novella, especially if you want to read lots about Ash!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Winter's Passage was a great starter for the second book in the Iron Fey series. At some parts you don't even feel like you are reading a novella. The way that it started almost sounded like it could be the prologue or first chapter to second book (if it was a little shorter). But overall the writing was just as good in the novella as in the first book! And just to keep everyone from more confusion about where the novellas go in between the books, here is a list in the correct order: The Iron King Winter's Passage The Iron Daughter The Iron Queen Summer's Crossing The Iron Knight
LoveTriangle3 More than 1 year ago
Thanks to Julie for giving us a little more to read! Worth it!
asauer2 More than 1 year ago
If you are reading the Iron Fey series you should definitely read this. The book perfectly links book one and two together. :)
Reyannan More than 1 year ago
Well written and good story development- definitely worth reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wat the heck r u people talking about? This is for writing reviews, if ureally need to talk, just meet somewhere,, god. U people are having convos like its txting.
jmbownes More than 1 year ago
This novella takes place between the books Iron King amd Iron Daughter. After returning her brother to his home, Meghan must now uphold her end of the bargin and return with Ash to the winter court. First however, they must shake the mysterious creature that is chasing after them. Again the writing pulls you in to this new world, you can see the ice coating the world and feel the cold, sharp winds cutting the air. Meghan and Ash strugle to come to terms with a bargin both wish did not have to be kept. Kagawa captures this tension and threads it through the story with a light hand. Thhis series is one that gives twilight a run for its money. Move over vamps, the fey have come to town!
leahshot4u More than 1 year ago
I really loved the book Winter's Passage by Julie Kagawa. It maybe short but i liked the fact that you got to find out what Meghan and Ash went through to get to the winter kingdom. I really wished they would have kissed more though. But you know not my really exellent book
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This novella is a must read! It happens between the first and second book and sheds light on Ash and his thought process. I immediately picked up the second book afterwards. Series is amazing!
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LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
It's short, only about 50 pages, but so good!                                                                                                                                                                 I have been craving more from Julie's Iron Fey world, and this novella that takes place between the 1st book, the Iron King, and the 2nd book, the Iron Daughter, fits the bill.  In the Iron King, Meghan had made a contract with Ash to return with him to Tit Na Nog and his Queen mother in exchange for his help in finding and freeing her brother, Ethan. Ethan is now safely back at home and Meghan is scared of what the Queen, Ash's mother, will do to her but she is resigned to her fate trusting Ash to keep her safe. She has one more request of Ash: that she be allowed to see her childhood friend, Robin Goodfellow, aka Puck, one more time before proceeding to the Winter Court. Along the way, they find that they are being followed by the feared Hunter. How is Puck? Who is this Hunter? Will they safely make it to the Winter Court before their pursuer catches them? I really enjoyed this! I especially loved the scenes when it was just Meghan and Ash as the sexual tension between them was palpable. It's short, only about 50 pages, but so good! 4 STARS!!!!!!!!
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Books4Tomorrow More than 1 year ago
If you’ve read the first book in this series and not yet the second book, it is well worth it to read this novella first before starting “The Iron Daughter”. Kagawa’s signature imaginative and engaging writing gives us a little detour on the way to the Winter Court by showcasing and strengthening the bonds and relationship between Ash and Meghan. A quick read that will leave you excited to read the second book in this magical series!
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