Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books For Readers Who Like The Iron Fey (Part 2)

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely folks over at The Broke And The Bookish.  Every week, bloggers from all over share their own top ten list based on the topic of the week.  You can find all Top Ten Tuesdays here.

Top Ten Books For Readers Who Like The Iron Fey

When I first saw this week’s topic, I knew I had to do another post about books for people who like The Iron Fey.  To this day, that post is still my most popular post, and that was way back in July 2012.  It’s definitely time for an updated post, because I’ve read a lot of books since then!

  1. Brightest Kind Of Darkness by P.T. Michelle.  It’s such a different world that P.T. Michelle created, but I think Iron Fey fans will really like how unique the abilities in this world are.
  2. Whirl by Emma Raveling.  I love how distinct and magical this world is, and it’s so vivid that anyone who loves the Nevernever will love Haverleau.
  3. Incarnate by Jodi Meadows.  Like Whirl, people who love the Nevernever will love how vivid Range is.
  4. Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder.  The world in Spy Glass seems so big, the way the Nevernever seems huge.  And anyone who likes Meghan will really like Opal.
  5. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins.  If you love Kagawa’s twist on fairies, you’ll really like Hawkins take on witches and magic.
  6. Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl.  Something about Ash and Meghan and Puck make me think of Lena, Ethan and Link.
  7. Cinder by Marissa Meyer.  If you like interesting twists on faerie tales and mythology, you’ll love Cinder!
  8. Teardrop by Lauren Kate.  Kate put an interesting spin on Atlantis, so like some of the other books on the list, you’ll like Teardrop if you liked Kagawa’s take on faeries.
  9. Trial By Fire by Josephine Angelini.  If you like stories about girls who end up in a completely different world that they never knew existed, you’ll like Trial By Fire!
  10. The Queen Of Hearts Saga by Colleen Oakes.  There was a certain darkness in the Iron Fey series, especially as the series went on.  If you liked that aspect of the series, you’ll really like this dark take on Wonderland.

7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books For Readers Who Like The Iron Fey (Part 2)

  1. Cool! It’s neat when you get a topic that so many people are interested in. 🙂 I actually have never heard of the Iron Fey series… I’ve read reviews about Cinder, but that’s the only book I’ve heard of on your list. :-0

    Visiting from the TTT link-up.

  2. Pingback: Top Ten Tuesday: My Top Ten Favorite TTT Topics | wingedcreature reads

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