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Product Details

  • Age Range: 12 and up
  • Series: The Iron Witch Series (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Flux (April 8, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738733407
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738733401
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.2 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #512,756 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Karen Mahoney (United Kingdom) has been published in the anthologies The Eternal Kiss and Kiss Me Deadly (both by Running Press). She has a highly trafficked blog and is also part of a group blog that includes New York Timesbestselling authors. Visit her online at KazMahoney.com.

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The action is fast and the sense of danger is felt for all concerned.
Terry L. Tyson
Overall, I was satisfied by the conclusion, and I definitely think that if you enjoyed the installments that came before, you’ll be happy with this one.
Romancing the Book
I just feel that if there is an issue, it needs to be addressed at some point in the book, otherwise I'm left wondering what was the point.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jv poore on January 28, 2014
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Ms. Mahoney epitomizes the ideal conclusion to a trilogy with The Stone Demon. Thankfully void of loose ends, neither was each and every situation systematically closed out, as if checking off a list. Admittedly, some resolutions and explanations are needed; and answers were provided in a very satisfactory way, with any remaining questions providing excellent points to ponder long after the story has been told.

The first book, The Iron Witch, introduces Donna Underwood who wants nothing more than to be a regular teenager. Such a simple request, yet utterly impossible for her. She has been shrouded in mystery and secrets since she can remember. Flashes from her distant memory serve only to remind her that her father died trying to save her; the magical iron tattoos used to restore her arms will forever make her an outcast; her mother is in an asylum and she is left with only her aunt.

Further, Donna isn’t being raised as a typical teen. Rather, she is being “trained” for her rightful position within a Secret Order of Alchemists. So secret, in fact, that she knows almost nothing about the Order, which means she can’t really trust them. One more, tiny detail: Donna is being pursued by faeries and she has no idea why.

Yes, readers. I am telling you about a unique, intriguing story that features Fey, Alchemy, Demons and Ley Lines (oh, my)! Mixed in with the wizardry, and accompanying Donna on her journey of discovery we have her best buddy Navin. He is, hands down, one of my favourite fictional characters of all time. His sharp tongue, quick wit, and self-admiration make him amusing and delightful; particularly when situations are dark and dire.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Donna on April 22, 2013
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This was the final book in this series, and though, the first two were not well written, I felt too invested in the series not to complete the third in the trilogy. The series would be appropriate for a younger audience than myself, and I will not be looking forward to reading other books by this author in the future.
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I thought it was a great book,would love to see more to the story if they come out with another book i would buy it
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Format: Kindle Edition
Reviewed by Sabrina
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

I enjoyed this series. I don’t know if it will be a reread for me but I would recommend it to YA novel readers.

The overarching plot that is seen over the course of the series is finally resolved. In my opinion, it’s not completely satisfactory in the ending, but it works. It gives enough of an explanation that I will accept it.

The character development was kind of slow throughout the series. A lot of things happened to them, and there were shocks to be had all around. However, in general, I feel like they were the same characters that they were at the beginning of the series, just with more understanding and communication between them. Again, I’ll accept this as this whole series took place over 3 months or so. The epilogue that we were given followed up on the relationships more than anything, and I couldn’t have been happier about that. Though it still left some questions, I was glad to know what would happen in the immediate future and the author was great about leaving it open for a continuation in the same world.

Overall, I was satisfied by the conclusion, and I definitely think that if you enjoyed the installments that came before, you’ll be happy with this one. I’ll be on the lookout for any more stories coming from this universe.
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3.5 stars

The Stone Demon is the third and final book in the Iron Witch trilogy so this review may contain spoilers for the first two books. The story picks up not long after the end if the last book and there is very little recapping so I really would recommend reading this series in order. Donna has been sent to London as a punishment for freeing the Demon King and his minions and is now continuing her training with the Order of the Crow. The Demon King has demanded that the alchemists hand over the philosopher's stone but the original was destroyed and they have been trying to recreate a new one for decades. Unfortunately their time is running out and if they don't find a way to stop the Demon King for good then the whole world is in danger.

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series so I was disappointed by the long wait between the release of The Wood Queen and The Stone Demon. I was excited to finally get my hands on this one but I have to confess that my enthusiasm for the series had died down a little during the long gap. As someone who reads a large number of books I'm really losing interest in starting series that haven't been fully released - it's just too hard to remember what happened in the first book if you've read over 200 new books in the year or longer gap between publication. Anyway, even though I've had this book for a while now it took me a long time to get around to starting it. Thankfully I found it quite easy to slip back into Karen Mahoney's world and it was good to catch up with Donna and see how she was getting on.

I was expecting big things from this book, a fast paced and action packed finale to the series that would see Donna face some incredibly difficult trials in order for her to keep her friends and family safe.
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