Julie Kagawa

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Julie Kagawa
Born (1982-10-12) October 12, 1982 (age 31)
Sacramento, California, USA
Occupation Author
Nationality American
Genres Young adult fiction
Literary movement Contemporary fantasy, urban fantasy, and fantasy of manners

www.juliekagawa.com

Julie Kagawa (born October 12, 1982) is an American author, best known for writing the Iron Fey series consisting of four books: The Iron King, The Iron Daughter, The Iron Queen, and The Iron Knight.[1]

She was born in Sacramento, California, but moved to Hawaii with her family at the age of nine. Kagawa is of Japanese descent. She currently lives in Louisville, Kentucky.[1] Kagawa has written novellas, along with novels. Three novellas were written in the Iron Fey series: Winter's Passage, Summer's Crossing, and Iron's Prophecy. In August all three were published together as The Iron Legends. A short novella of the lovers of the Iron Fey series during Valentine's Day was published on Kagawa's website. She has written a spin-off series of the Iron Fey called Call of the Forgotten. The first book, The Lost Prince, was published in October 2012. The second book, The Iron Traitor, was published in 29th October 2013.

Kagawa's new vampire series is called Blood of Eden. The first book of this series is called The Immortal Rules and was published April 24, 2012. The second book is titled The Eternity Cure and was published May 1, 2013. The series has been optioned to become a movie by Joni Sighvatsson of Palomar Pictures.[2][3]

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The Iron Fey Series[edit]

The Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten Trilogy[edit]

Blood of Eden[edit]

  • Dawn of Eden, short story published in 'Til The World Ends (released January 29, 2013)
  • The Immortal Rules (released April 24, 2012)
  • The Eternity Cure (released April 30, 2013)
  • The Forever Song (released April 15, 2014)

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