Iron & Wine is an Urban Fantasy set in a world full of hidden magical places and secret societies cloaked by modern day. In the first instalment of the Iron World Series, young artist Avery Quinn reluctantly leaves behind her quiet and comfortable home in the country and moves to the city with her best friend Julie Ryan. With the expectation that college will be the most exciting part of her life, Avery hopes that her little world remains quiet and simple. But after a troublesome blue sprite looking for help appears in her bedroom one night, her boss turns out to be a three hundred year old vampire, and her best friend accidentally reveals herself as an orphaned pixie, school quickly becomes the least of her worries. Every aspect of Avery’s life explodes with mythical beings and legendary creatures who all play a very important role in her existence. Some are friends, some are guardians, while others quickly become life threatening and deadly enemies. Avery must learn to juggle living in both her world and theirs, but in this magical tale of strange love, strong bonds and scary beings; what once was nothing more than mere fairy tales told to her by her Aunt Tess are now a scary reality and Avery has somehow landed deep in the middle with little or no way out except death or worse…the loss of her humanity.
That was what I thought too! This story is too dramatic that it becomes unrealistic. Emotions too overrated
Lol. I pretended they were little people that rushed about working in an alternate universe
i used to pretend that the dust particles were my army when i was younger :)
@Serafeena this author is artistic, and that sentence was lovely. We all know that dust is skin cells. But what if they weren't only dead particles? What if they housed entire communities of minuscule beings? Those questions, and that imagination is what makes her stand out.
Not trying to be rude or anything but most dust particles in the air are actually dead skin cells that fell of....-.-
Lovely imagery. It's nice to know I'm not the only person out there who appreciates dust specks in sunshine.