Iron’s Prophecy (The Iron Fey #4.5)
But when they travel to the Summer and Winter courts’ gathering for Elysium, the oracle from Meghan’s past returns with a dire prophecy: “What you carry will either unite the courts, or it will destroy them.” Now Meghan faces a devastating choice that may determine the future of all fey—and her and Ash’s unborn child…
A novella from the bestselling Iron Fey series
I wasn’t sure what to expect from this novella. Sure, the summary does give plenty of the plot away, but I’m still glad to say that Julie Kagawa surprised me. I missed these characters so much – especially Ash – and it was wondeful to dive into Nevernever and Meghan’s life yet again. So much has changed since we last saw her, and it was different to see her as The Iron Queen. Meghan was powerful and regal, but she had the same heart. She still loved Ash, and would do anything to protect her family and those who are important to her, and after everything that she’s been through, her personality still amazes me. I simply love this girl.To put it in a simple way, Iron’s Prophecy was a quick, good novella, that fed me yet another dose of The Iron Fey. Unfortunately, I am now forced to acknowledge the fact that this series is really over, and that I have to let go of Ash and Meghan – Oh, Ash, how I’ll miss you – and stop fantasing about what’s happening to them, or what adventures they’re going through. It’s going to be hard.