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Iron Kin (2013)

by M.J. Scott(Favorite Author)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 1
0451465059 (ISBN13: 9780451465054)
The Half-Light City
review 1: Every time I find an author or series I love, I start the latest book with the thought that I will restrain myself and read a little at a time so I can savor the book. With Iron Kin, much like numerous other books, I couldn't help but devour it as quickly as possible. I wanted to knoww more about Fen and Saskia, and all of the issues between the four races of this world. I was not at all disappointed...at least not I until I finished the book and realized I would have to wait almost a year for the next book, Fire Kin, which I think will be about Liam and-I'm sort of hoping-Bryony. I guess I'll just have to wait and see. M.J. Scott needs to write faster, lol. I need more of her books.
review 2: It wasn't as good as the others in the series, and I was disappointe
... mored in the ending. I felt like that piece of the story was rushed (and not a true ending). Don't get me wrong, the majority of what I read are series of stories so I'm accustomed to a certain amount of open-ended-ness. However, I felt like there was a chunk missing, like the last chapter was cut out of the story or something. Again, please believe me, the story wasn't bad. On the contrary, I enjoyed most of what I was reading, plus I really liked Saskia, but that just made the way it was finished even worse. It just wasn't as good as I was hoping it would be, and didn't live up to the other books in the series, which is a shame. That being said, out of my own sense of morbid curiosity, I'll still probably give the next book a shot. I just hope curiosity won't metaphorically kill this cat. less
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Great premise. Really like the Victorian Steampunk genre. Will read more.
Tedious. Characters were shallow. No explanation of the magic.
Fantastic book. This series just keeps getting better!
Great series
Great book!
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