The Iron Butterfly

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Escaping the clutches of the Septori with the help of a handsome stranger has Thalia on the run. When strange powers awaken within Thalia she is forced to pretend to be one of gifted Denai and goes from being a servant to student overnight. Her life becomes even more complicated when the handsome stranger who saved her from the Septori becomes her new fighting instructor. More

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About Chanda Hahn

Chanda Hahn is a New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author. She uses her experience as a children's pastor, children's librarian and bookseller to write compelling and popular fiction for teens. She was born in Seattle, WA, grew up in Nebraska and currently resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband and their twins.

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Reviews

TanyaLColeman reviewed on Oct. 10, 2020

I loved this story. The way the author introduced the reader to her world was disorientating. I think it makes it easier for the reader to identify with Thalia.
I will definitely read the next part of the story.
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AmberRain reviewed on July 19, 2015

I had some doubts in the very beginning of the book as some of the roles seemed a little predictable, but the story and the characters slowly began to grow on me. Doubts about originality and fantasy were laid to bed with Chanda's inventive powers of magic, friendship, and destiny. I truly ended up enjoying this book and found myself looking forward to the next one in the series, which I am currently enjoying.
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M.M. Gavillet reviewed on April 22, 2013

At first I thought I was reading this book from a series and I had missed the prior book. It was a little confusing and I felt it threw me around a bit, but the story held my interest and progressed very well. It was a captivating story and I wasn't disapointed that I finished it. The characters were very well developed and I liked how the main character grew throughout the story. I also like the cover, though it looks pretty and delicate in contrast to the main character's life.
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carmen reviewed on March 10, 2013

Loved the book. Am expecting a continuation of the story in the next book. Very exciting an innovative story. Was a page turner. With excitment on every page Even the Horror of the first few pages builds the story up to a pitch. Great!
Carmenmaranda
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