Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Must Read Monday (4)

Fans of Fiction
Must Read Monday is a new meme hosted by Jenna at Fans of Fiction. The idea is to create an acrostic poem about a book in the chosen category of the week.
This week’s category: Fantasy

I finally got a chance to write another acrostic for this meme! I hope you enjoy it :)



The secret daughter of a
Hidden world, Meghan Chase learns
Everything is not as it seems.

In minutes, her brother's
Room becomes a portal, and
Only her best friend dares take her to the
Nevernever.

Kisses that are forbidden,
Insecurity around every corner, yet Meghan must save
Nevernever before it is
Gone forever.

I chose Julie Kagawa's The Iron King this week. This is the first book in The Iron Fey series. I just read it this past summer and loved it. I bought the second book, The Iron Daughter, right away. But of course, I haven't read it yet. I'm really excited to get back to the Nevernever, though!

Read my review here.
Add it to your Goodreads shelf here.

Feel free to try out this new meme! It's fun! And it's a great way to introduce blog followers to new books.

8 comments:

Donna said...

Great acrostic! I loved The Iron King, it is certainly a wonderfully magical read! I loved the cat! This acrostic really does convey how engaging and entertaining this book is! It makes me want to read it again

Kristan said...

I swear I'm the last person on Earth to read this series! Your poem has got my encaptured though. No girl can say not to a forbidden kiss.

Kristan @ Lost Amongst the Shelves

Cassin said...

I very like The Iron King :) Your acrostic sounds nice :)

Susanne said...

Great acrostic! I like the ending "yet Meghan must save Nevernever before it is gone forever" I really enjoyed this book. I haven't read the rest of the series yet either.

Susanne

Aimee said...

I really enjoyed this series. I've read them all! I love your acrostic. I swear I try to do them with all the letters at the beginning and I just can't! It's so hard. Great job.

Jenna and Ashley said...

Pam, great job! Kristan, you aren't the only one not to read this series! I'm really looking forward to it. I have to admit, the cover looked cool and a lot of people were reading it, but I had too much on my plate. The premise reminds me of Narnia.
Can't wait to read it! Your last stanza is sublime:)

Jinky said...

I like the part about the best friend. Yeay, best friends rock!! Great acrostic. I'm putting it on my tbr. :)

Sherre said...

Ooooo! Great job. I love this poem. I have this book and the second andthird in the series in my house but have been a but preoccupied with other things to read it.

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