• Shadow's Legacy

  • The Iron Fey: Evenfall
  • By: Julie Kagawa
  • Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
  • Length: 2 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Shadow's Legacy

By: Julie Kagawa
Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
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Publisher's Summary

A new novella set in the world of the New York Times best-selling Iron Fey series! This magical short story is the prelude to a new trilogy in Julie Kagawa’s brilliant faery world, The Iron Fey: Evenfall.

A royal wedding, a mysterious assassin, a new threat to all of Faery....

Friends and family gather to celebrate the wedding of the Iron Queen Meghan Chase’s brother...but one wedding guest feels more melancholic than the rest. The King of the Forgotten can’t forget his own lost love and slips away from the festivities...only to be attacked by a strange faery who calls him a fraud and a false king. Now the two must form a wary alliance to track a strange new threat, a creature of rage and hatred that threatens the newfound peace of Faery, in the opening to a grand new adventure in the enthralling world of the Iron Fey.

THE IRON FEY: EVENFALL
The Iron Raven
The Iron Sword

THE IRON FEY:
The Iron King
The Iron Daughter
The Iron Queen
The Iron Knight

The Iron Prince
The Iron Traitor
The Iron Warrior

Novellas:

Shadow’s Legacy (Evenfall #0.5)

©2021 Julie Kagawa (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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A Nice Set Up For The Iron Raven

I’ll be honest and tell you that I have only read The Iron King. So I’m way behind in the storyline. I do plan to read the rest of the series but, with the coming of The Iron Raven next month, I wanted to read this prequel novel to prepare.

I felt the author did an amazing job of filling in the blanks of the several preceding novels. And that I can continue into TIR up to date.

It also piqued my curiosity about the previous stories and how Ethan (who was a little boy in The Iron King) and Kenzie came to be and I especially would like to know Kenzie’s story.

The narrator did an amazing job and I was happy to start the new year off with this short but informative read.

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Always a fan

Always been a fan of the Iron Fey series, and these little stories just add more love for it all.

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Great start for the Series

It was a great book overall, but the pronunciation of the beloved characters names we’ve grown to love threw me a bit. I found myself fixated on how he said their names, but I still loved the story nonetheless.

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Not bad, good story

Shadow’s Legacy is interesting. Overall Shadow’s Legacy was okay. It was great to see an ending to Ethan and Kenzie’s story and to see what happened to Keirran after the Iron Warrior. A nice sneak peek to what the next Iron series will bring. I enjoyed it. Can’t wait. The narrator is good but I pictured someone else for some reason.