Magpie's Flight (IronHeart Chronicles #3) (Paperback)
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This is book number 3 in the IronHeart Chronicles series.
WHEN IRONHEART ROARS
After enduring the hellish nightmare of the Pits, Raggy Maggy is finally moving up in the world: up to the floating city of Meridion. Determined to claim her heritage and fight for the rights of all Moon Children to be recognized as citizens, Maggy is disheartened to be treated as more of a spectacle than a person. As her friends and allies Lucian and Ghost restore their own position in Meridion as heirs of Madeline d'Arc, the great inventor (and notorious traitor), Ghost is coerced into a marriage negotiation that would rip him from Maggy. But now that Maggy has found her way, she's not going to let anyone take those she loves from her: not rotting undead below ground nor affluent bureaucrats in the sky. If she has to face down a dragon, Maggy will protect her own.
Even if it brings an entire city to the ground.
About the Author
Allison Pang is the author of the urban fantasy Abby Sinclair series, as well as the writer for the webcomic Fox & Willow. She likes LEGOS, elves, LEGO elves…and bacon.
She spends her days in Northern Virginia working as a cube grunt and her nights waiting on her kids, her cat, and her obnoxious northern-breed dog, punctuated by the occasional husbandly serenade. Sometimes she even manages to write. Mostly she just makes it up as she goes…
Praise for Magpie's Song:
“Pang delivers a fascinating storyline, strong character development, and plenty of plot twists which will draw readers into the first book of the IronHeart Chronicles and leave them eagerly anticipating the next tale in the series. Maggy is a plucky and loyal character that will fascinate readers but what makes this novel so enthralling is the relatable and carefully drawn characters coupled with vivid imagery throughout every scene.” —4 Stars, RT Book Reviews
“Maggy is an unlikely heroine, but Pang makes it easy to root for the foulmouthed scavenger.... [U]nique worldbuilding and impressive character work.... Readers will be eager to know what comes next.” —Publishers Weekly