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The Iron Sword Ebook The Iron Sword Jocelyn A Fox Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk Tess O Connor Has Never Fought In A Duel, Ridden A Fae Steed Descended From A Dragon, Or Touched Taebramh, The Magical Substance That Gives Mortals Dreams She Has Never Faced Down A Garrelnost Or Traveled The Hidden Mysterious Pathways Between The Mortal World And The Realm Of The Fae She Has Never Felt A Magnetic Attraction To A Perilously Handsome Sidhe Knight With Eyes As Deep And Impenetrable As The Ocean Tess O Connor Stopped Believing In Fairy Tales As A Child When Her Father Died But All That Changes When She Discovers That Her Best Friend Molly Is Half Fae And Has Been Summoned To The Unseelie Court By Queen Mab Herself The Queen Of Night And Winter Sends Finnead, One Of Her Trinity Of Named Knights, To Escort Molly To Court, Willingly Or Unwillingly Mab Believes That Molly Is The Fulfillment Of A Prophesy, The Half Fae Child Foretold To Become The Bearer Of The Iron Sword, A Legendary Weapon That Could Mean The Difference Between Victory And Defeat For The Fae In Their Struggle Against An Ancient Evil While Tess Quickly Learns She Is No Match For The Shadow Spreading Through The Fae World, She Refuses To Let Her Best Friend Face It Alone And As The First Mortal In Queen Mab S Court In Over Five Hundred Years, She Must Use All Her Quick Wit And Tenacity To Keep Herself And Molly Alive In The Beautiful, Dangerous Fae World As They Hurtle Toward The War That Could Destroy It

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  • Paperback
  • 456 pages
  • The Iron Sword
  • Jocelyn A. Fox
  • English
  • 12 November 2017
  • 9781495394676

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➲ The Iron Sword ➮ Jocelyn A. Fox – Snapchatlogin.us

  1. says:

    The book starts out in the Texas hill country.Two girls Molly and Tess,best friends and college buddies.For a little background,they met in a hand to hand fighting class.It s some kind of college break and Molly,who lives there,invited Tess This is the opening of the book,and then the Gate to the fae world is found.Once there the world building is pretty amazing....

  2. says:

    The Iron SwordA tale without of the old fashioned elements of fantasy A new Mix to be sure, but then again who said Texas could not be the launch point into the world of the fae.

  3. says:

    DNF after 10% This was a freebie and I downloaded it to try it out like a sample And I didn t like it I thought at first that the unique setting with the heroine not being the speshul one, but her best friend would be refreshing and new.Actually it was annoying The heroine came across as a needy tag on Her BFF came across as strange and cold Her family as creepy And our heroine has no problems to believe in fairies She just accepts this because BFF Really If my sister, my husband, my best friend, my mother or ANYBODY ELSE came to me telling me that...

  4. says:

    I liked the story, but clunky writing left me cold.

  5. says:

    Well, I did better with this book than I did with The Iron King.Twenty one year old chemistry major Tess O Connor who comes off like a sixteen year old has absolutely no problem accepting that her best friend, Molly Jackson, is half fae With nary a thought about consequences nor the family she leaves behind, Tess insists on accompanying Molly to the court of Queen Mab as there s trouble afoot in fairyland Once there our heroine forgets all about finishing college and takes up training to become a warrior Since this is the first book in what I m sure will be a trilogy there s lots of world building and back stories to cover.I do have a couple quibbles The whole reason Tess travels to the other side is to protect her best friend blood sister Molly Yet after the first couple of chapters Molly basically disappears completely from the book By the time she returns at the very end of the story she s been remad...

  6. says:

    I downloaded this book when it was a digital freebie.I mean why not, right The premise of the story interested me because the magical, immortal being wasn t the MC and there was no apparent love at first sight storyline Complaints about the MC automatically believing in fairies and fae is kind of moot since this IS fantasy fiction and we are obviously reading it because WE would like to believe in fairies and fae lol I really liked this book and purchased the second...

  7. says:

    The iron sword by Jocelyn A Fox is one of the best fantasy s I ve read in quite some time When Tess insists in going with Molly to the unseelie court the drama hitches up another notch When Molly s fae half is unbound she loses he...

  8. says:

    spoilers The story is about a girl who goes into the fae realm to support her best friend who is half fae When they arrive there her friend is whisked off to learn all she needs to know to fulfill the prophesy that the few believes is about her During that time our MC trains in firefighting etc and makes friends w everyone The backstory is that there is an evil fae trying to take over the Seelie and Unseelie kingdoms and a prophesied half mortal would bring the means to stop him She just has to find the iron sword While Molly the half mortal trains, our MC goes off to help the knights fight on the battleground While the descriptions were beautifully written, they were just too dang much 1 moment would be described with so much flourish that it would take up and entire page 4 6 paragraphs This was great for some things like the landscapes but was just too much for the much littler and unimportant things that could be easi...

  9. says:

    An intelligent YA fantasy The Iron Sword doesn t break new ground for a YA fantasy, but it is still a really good story There s a strong heroine protagonist that struggles with life and death issues, all while learning to fight the enemies of her best friend Molly There s a romantic interest, but the story revolves around Tess and how she maneuvers through political and relational challenges The author s military background shine...

  10. says:

    The battle has just begunI had a bit of trouble with this story at first It was a bit choppy and awkward But after a while the rhythm evened out and the tale hit its stride and the ride was a great adventure.We meet Molly and Tess, college roommates and friends a bit like sisters really I had a bit of trouble seeing what Tess s...

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