Thursday, June 6, 2013

Book Review: Ironhand (The Stoneheart Trilogy, Book 2), By Charlie Fletcher

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By: Charlie Fletcher

ISBN: 1423101774 
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George's choice to take the hard way has resulted in three deadly cords of metal winding their way towards his heart. On top of that, He and Edie desperately need to rescue the Gunner before turn of day, but with the Walker loose in London with a host of creepy things at his beck and call - that seems nearly impossible.  Now the lines between past and future, spit and taint will be blurred as George, Edie and the Gunner desperately fight to survive.


Ironhand picks up where Stoneheart left off in a darker and faster paced installment. Parents should be aware that it contains a scantily clad woman, some language, corpses/skeletons, impaled bodies, murder, and overall creepiness. I strongly recommend parental supervision with young readers.

This is a middle grade read in the fantasy genre.

More Stoneheart Trilogy Reviews
  1. Stoneheart (Review)
  2. Ironhand (Review)
  3. Silvertongue 
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1 comment :

  1. This book looks promising to read and I had heard great things about this book, so I put it on my Amazon wishlist.

    Ann@Blogging Ebook

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