Friday, November 18, 2011

Reading and Thinking: In The Iron Knight, What Ash is Shown

Please read the new installment in the Iron Fey series before reading this blog post.
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                                                             Reading & Thinking Mind Wanderings

1. Was what Ash was shown in his future going to happen? Concerning him aging and Puck (Robin Goodfellow) ending up with Meghan Chase. 
My Opinion: I think it's possible that Ash might age but will Puck really do that to Ash.
What do you think?

2. Do you think Ash and Meghan would really have a child that in some way was never mentioned disappoints them. In what way can he/she disappoint them?
My Opinion: About Ash and Meghan having children. Of course, it's possible they are in love after all. Yet, it's very mysterious why their child would cause them heartache. Again, it's
never completely mentioned.

3. If Ash dies? If he really died that will be terrible but couldn't he just get healed?
My opinion: I don't really remember if he could die, I mean, if he's said to be mortal but somehow still a feary ice prince at his core. Then, how could he die?
What do you think?

The Iron Fey
Soulless, Banished, But Never Forgotten!

There are lots of new turns in The Iron knight (The Iron Fey #4) by Julie Kagawa. You should definitely read, if you haven't yet. If your still not convinced then read, a review, right here: Review of The Iron knight (The Iron Fey #4) by Julie Kagawa

Happy Friday, readers!


Lucie said...

Hi Cassandra,
I like Julie Kagawa writting. I haven't bought "The Iron Knight" yet but I will treat myself with this book in a few days. I've liked Ash and Puck since the beginning, this duo make me smile a lot. And Ash seems really charming...

Cassandra @ Book & Movie Dimension a Blog said...

That's great to hear, Lucie.
It really is an awesome book.

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