THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED as of  Feb. 7tht 11:59 CST

If you’ve followed my blog for a bit, you might know I have an obsession with  Julie Kagawa’s Iron Fey Series. Just a tiny one…so I’m excited to feature this series today and offer a giveaway. Today, I proudly stand up and admit that I AM PARAJUNKEE AND I AM A SERIES JUNKEE…
Why am I a junkee for series books, well because authors like Julie Kagawa?

Here is a condensed version of the reviews I wrote for each book.

The Iron King (Harlequin Teen)

The Iron King: This is the best YA faerie novel that I have read, hands down. Gripping – check. Tough – check. Scary – check. Emotional – check. Creative – check. The list goes on…Ms. Kagawa you’ve written yourself quite a fairy tale. Read More.

The Iron Daughter (Harlequin Teen)

The Iron Daughter: As impressed as I was with The Iron King, I was dually impressed with book two of Julie Kagawa’s Iron Series. Full of adventure, detailed world building, sly wit and charming romance, The Iron Daughter lives up to it’s predecessor. I think I went through all the range of emotions on this one… happy, outrage, fear, sadness… my husband probably thought I was bipolar during this particular reading adventure. Read More.

The Iron Queen (Harlequin Teen)

The Iron Queen: There is a reason that a multitude of bloggers are naming Julie Kagawa as a BIR (Best I’ve Read) Author. Her Iron Fey Series is so good it had me sobbing uncontrollably, an emotional train wreck and my child and husband looking at me like I was a lunatic. That good. I love strong emotional reactions in my books, makes me feel alive and a part of the novel. In every book that I have read in this series I was affected in some way – this latest, The Iron Queen was the strongest yet. You’ve outdone yourself Ms. Kagawa and I lay at your feet in supplication and in desperate need to read The Iron Knight. Read More.




The winds of war gather in acclaimed author Julie Kagawa’s newest novel.

Meghan Chase thought they’d left Faery behind forever, but pressing matters cause the three exiles to be summoned to war.

A new alliance is made, along with a few contracts, of course, and Meghan, half Summer faery princess, half human, is pressed to choose Fey over her mortal beginnings. Will she abandon her human heart for an iron will that will help her survive? For as Meghan Chase can confirm—in real life, unlike books, faery tales don’t necessarily have happy endings.

 “I thought it was over…The impossible choices, the sacrifices of those I loved. But a storm is approaching and they will drag me back, kicking and screaming. Back into a conflict so powerful…I’m not sure anyone can survive it.” – Meghan Chase in The Iron Queen


Now, it is your chance to read the Iron Queen. Win a copy of the IRON QUEEN & a cool Iron Fey tee, here on the PJV. Just check the details below to see if you qualify and how to get extra entries.

Contest Deets:
One (1) winner will receive a copy of The Iron Queen and an Iron Fey t-shirt!

Deadline Feb. 7tht 11:59 CST

Requirements:
Following is not required but is appreciated!

US/CAN – NO PO BOXES

Comment to win. Answer the question: Team Ash or Team Puck?

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