Master of Iron (Bladesmith, 2)

Master of Iron Release Date Age Rating | (Bladesmith, 2)
Master of Iron Release Date Age Rating | (Bladesmith, 2)

Master of Iron Parents Guide and Age Rating

Master of Iron is an upcoming second book from the Bladesmith YA fantasy duology. The first book of the duology is Blade of Secrets.

In Master of Iron, the conclusion to Tricia Levenseller’s exciting Bladesmith, a magically gifted blacksmith with social anxiety must race against the clock to save her beloved sister and stop a devastating war.

Master of Iron Release Date

Book Name Master of Iron
Author Tricia Levenseller
Series Bladesmith, 2
Genre  Fantasy, Young Adult
Language  English
Date of Publication July 26, 2022
No. of Page 400
Publisher Feiwel & Friends

Master of Iron Age Rating

Master of Iron rated 13 and up for the content written in it.

Master of Iron Parents Guide

Master of Iron

This bok contains some sexual references.
Kissing, sneaking out to meet boys, sexual tension.
LGBT side character relationships.
Anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, non-consent violation.
There is some violence- injury, fighting, magic weapons, death, murder, including cutting someone in half.
  • The above guidance is written as per the basis of the first book of the series. We will update you more after the release of the book.

Master of Iron Official Storyline

Eighteen-year-old Ziva may have defeated a deadly warlord, but the price was almost too much. Ziva is forced into a breakneck race to a nearby city with the handsome mercenary, Kellyn, and the young scholar, Petrik, to find a powerful magical healer who can save her sister’s life.

When the events that follow lead to Ziva and Kellyn’s capture by an ambitious prince, Ziva is forced into the very situation she’s been dreading: magicking dangerous weapons meant for world domination.

The forge has always been Ziva’s safe space, a place to avoid society and the anxiety it causes her, but now it is her prison, and she’s not sure just how much of herself she’ll have to sacrifice to save Kellyn and take center stage in the very war she’s been trying to stop.

Master of Iron Characters

  • Ziva- She is the main character, Ziva is a magical blacksmith who also suffers from social anxiety. You will surely love Ziva’s relationship with her sister. You can see how much she loves and is very protective of Temra, having to be the rightful guardian after both of their parents were killed. In whatever outcomes or decisions she made, she’ll always put Temra first — even when her potential love interest chose to save her than her sister. 
  • Temra- is Ziva’s sister, and their sisterly bond was a joy to read about. Temra is the exact opposite of Ziva, but their clashing personalities only strengthen their love. Their relationship is the best part of the book. Even when she is the younger one, she takes care of her anxious sister very well and becomes her self-appointed protector. Always come out at the right moment when she knows there were turmoils going on in that brain of Ziva.
  • Petrik- Petrik is a nice addition to the group. I especially love seeing the dynamic between him and Kellyn, offering some humor and a light atmosphere in the book. The most admiring character of his would-be his loyalty towards the Tellion sisters. Petrik may be seen as a subsidiary but is equally sweet, which made him equally important to the story.
  • Kellyn- Kellyn is an interesting character. He was deemed as attractive, making Ziva captivated by his charm when she first saw him… only to be repulsed at how disgusting he is. He is arrogant but also sweet and caring when it comes to Ziva and his family.

Master of Iron Trailer

Official Website: tricialevenseller.com

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