The Mountain of Iron

The Mountain of Iron Lyra would not have recognized the young woman that she had grown into during the short time since becoming the protege of a dog soldier and a student of the capricious natural magic force known as th

  • Title: The Mountain of Iron
  • Author: Ursula Vernon
  • ISBN: 9781936689033
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lyra would not have recognized the young woman that she had grown into during the short time since becoming the protege of a dog soldier and a student of the capricious natural magic force known as the Kytha She has little time for such introspection, however, as she flees from the furiious Archmage of the House of Diamond Accompanied by Sadrao, Trent and a couple of merLyra would not have recognized the young woman that she had grown into during the short time since becoming the protege of a dog soldier and a student of the capricious natural magic force known as the Kytha She has little time for such introspection, however, as she flees from the furiious Archmage of the House of Diamond Accompanied by Sadrao, Trent and a couple of mercenaries they picked up along the way, Spite and Gunnar, they make their escape in the direction of Anu tintavel, for they have learned that Vade is preparing his final assault on the elven nation and they have vital information to deliver They have much ground to cover, and the world seems to delight in throwing up roadblocks in their path.When Trent is ripped from them and returned home, Lyra s sense of personal loss wars with her fear of the power he possesses and the events to come With a new friend by her side, the mysterious Tchang warrior Kuroinu, Lyra and her friends struggle through ever escalating danger to Anu tintavel Once there, Lyra steps willingly into battle alongside her companions, a decision that eventually takes her all the way to the mountain of iron to reunite with Trent and face Vade himself In order to save her friends and the elven nation, she must make terrible decisions and personal sacrifices Love may be her only way out of the darkness, but it comes in unexpected forms.

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    One thought on “The Mountain of Iron”

    1. Lyra continues to be a fabulous character and her growth feels earned and natural. Still a bit sprawling and exposition heavy, most notably when a new character is introduced (but she's a marvelous character). Trent's story has a twist I did not expect. Some really terrible stuff happens to Lyra, but she's able to control her own story. A high fantasy story that does not have a typical high fantasy ending, but it's a very satisfactory ending.

    2. A step up from book one, still pretty rough, and I can see things that modern-day Ursula would definitely have changed. But by the end I was pretty involved with the characters and I'm glad I stuck it out.

    3. This was a occasionally shockingly dark book, with a great main character, great supporting cast, and perfect if not entirely expected ending.

    4. I didn't enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the last one, but I still liked it. What drove me nuts were the amount of comparisons she did, especially at the first half of the novel. Explaining what something might be like isn't that important. Despite that little annoyance, I would recommend Black Dogs to whoever might be interested in something a little different.

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