"My name is Ash. I am the last surviving son of Mab, Queen of the Winter Court, but I am dead to her eyes the day I have transgressed the laws for the love of Meghan, the daughter of the King of Summer. Today, exiled, I wander alone in search of Meghan and my quest will end when I would have found. But to succeed, he must first conquer what is lacking in my kind: a human soul ... "
June 1, 2012
13 € 40
We left Meghan and Ash at the end of the 3rd Volume of a separation that seemed final. But it takes more Ash to abandon the woman he loves, and he embarked on a quest for love and mortality.
I found great pleasure pen fluid, efficient and rhythmic Julie Kagawa, especially as the story stands out above being written from the point of view of Ash, which will allow us to finally discover more on the prince and the quarrel between him and Puck.
I was very surprised by the detours that takes the lead author for the hero at the end of his quest, blown away by his ability to amaze me each chapter with fascinating twists as each other.
I also enjoyed the presence of certain characters that are thick enough fascinating, far from what they release at first.
But the real strengths of this story, are first feelings of Ash. For Meghan, and over story for other things ... The final round left me giddy with joy and sadness mixed together, and I was delighted to know that the beautiful Ash would finally not so helpless that it seemed.
Then, friendship-hate relationship between Puck and Ash. As the story unfolds, we learn more about these two people who oppose everything, however, have shared a friendship despite the strange hatred remains pervasive.
Puck may say that there is Meghan with Ash for reassurance, I feel that deep friendship that he misses and he feels the need to protect her ex-boyfriend of danger, to be there to share the hardships, what makes his bellicosity and ironic much more bearable.
In short, there is so much to say, but I dévoilerais much! I loved all the surprises discovered in the course of my reading and so I can only advise you to read this book four spinning!