- File Size: 701 KB
- Print Length: 59 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Teen (June 1, 2011)
- Publication Date: June 1, 2011
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004XDYXN0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,205 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Summer's Crossing (The Iron Fey) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The long-troubled relationship between Ash and Puck had worsened when both fell in love with Meghan, but a truce had been called while they tried to find a way to help her. On their way to the Summer Court, Puck is unexpectedly offered the chance to force Meghan's decision. He's been given a choice - betray Ash and win her by default or ignore the offer and let Meghan decide.
I've really grown to love this series. The first book hooked me because it was so wildly imaginative and while pieces of individual books didn't work for me, as a whole, it's been an amazing journey.
I didn't care much for the first novella because it seemed a little out of place with the characters acting oddly. Summer's Crossing is completely different. It has a sweet, melancholy feeling to it that reflects the way The Iron Queen ended. Ash is a little more brooding and quiet and while Puck plays the irreverent fool like he always has, there's an undertone of sadness. This trip to the Summer Court is a perfect way to force them to work together, argue and get back some of their comfortable animosity and rivalry. Puck and Ash just aren't the same unless they're at each other's throats.
The one way that this is like Winter's Passage is that there's no resolution to anything. It's just a little side journey on the way to something else. In this case, it's the final book in the series - The Iron Knight (Harlequin Teen) is set to be released October 25, 2011 and I can't wait to get my hands on it.
The adventure of sneaking into the Summer Court was fun but what won me were the emotions Kagawa wrung out of Ash and Puck and how familiar the characters felt in such a small space. Read all the books in order and then read this one to get the maximum effect.
This was so well written that I didn't even realize it was a YA book (trust me, it's been a few decades since I was one)
This book features the clever, naughty and always inappropriate Puck in all of his, well... puckish glory and weaves in many characters of legend.
I was disappointed when I had finished reading it because I wanted more.
So yeah... I'm a middle aged woman who is going to be reading a Harlequin Teen series of books.
I really loved getting Puck's POV in this novella. His sarcasm and wit always made me smile, but getting into his head showed that his personality is much deeper than being a jokster. The internal struggle for him after a visit from the Summer King, Oberon, amped up the tension and suspense in what Puck would ultimately decided to do with the prince who stole the heart of his beloved Meghan. Definitely a heart-pounder!
Josh Hurley did an awesome job narrating Puck. His voice was smooth and perfect for the pranking Puck. Also, he did a really great job voicing the other characters too.
Overall, this is definitely a must-read for fans of The Iron Fey series. It is full of adventure, suspense, and opens up the story for the highly anticipated next full book of the series, The Iron Knight.
This novella is all about Ash and Puck on a journey together due to some deal Ash made with Leananside in Iron Queen. We see a little more of the workings between Puck and Ash and it made me think of what their friendship once could have been. I'm not going to lie, you can't help but feel for Puck in this one. Let's not forget he is the one that lost the girl and the girl is his best friend.
Summer's Crossing was a nice, easy read that is made up of the characters we love and hate. It has mischievous adventures, righting wrongs and is just the beginning of the journey. Next up is the Iron Knight.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Series is amazing and the characters are not what you expect. Can not wait for the .next one