After the Tepper led lineup failed to break through, Tepper left to continue his solo career and Dorman, Rhino and Bushy went back on the road in early with keyboardist Burt Diaz. But after Rhino and Diaz decided to leave, Pinera was brought back, along with keyboardist Hilland.
Pinera, by this time, had formed his own group, The Classic Rock All-Stars , so was not available for all of the Butterfly's shows.
Doug Ingle rejoined the band, yet again, on vocals and keyboards from July to early In the spring of the band did a tour of Europe with "classic era" members Ingle, Bushy and Dorman, along with Hilland and Barnett. A DVD of live performances from the tour was released in Hilland was dropped in and Ingle officially retired from performing in early Originally from Seattle, Marinkovich had played with Randy Hansen and others. Original vocalist Darryl DeLoach born on September 12, died of liver cancer on October 3, at the age of On July 25, , Erik Brann died of heart failure at the age of Derek Hilland returned to play keyboards for the group's dates when Larry Rust was not available.
In early , Rust came back briefly to substitute for Gerschwitz for dates in Italy , Croatia and Austria. In early , Phil Parlapiano substituted for Martin Gerschwitz for a few shows when Gerschwitz was unable to play due to his own solo-tour schedule. Former guitarist Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt died on January 2, , at the age of 63, due to cirrhosis of the liver.
Bassist Lee Dorman, who had a history of heart trouble, died on December 21, at the age of Following Dorman's death, Iron Butterfly dissolved once more. Charlie Marinkovich revealed in that he had departed the band altogether and that Ron Bushy was very ill, shrouding the band's future in doubt. At times during his recovery in , Ron Bushy entertained the idea of putting a new Iron Butterfly band together, possibly with Martin Gerschwitz returning on keyboards and lead vocals.
Meros, Parlapiano and Weston have all previously played with Iron Butterfly as substitute musicians; Meros for Dorman in and Weston for Bushy in , respectively. At present, Ron Bushy remains a member of Iron Butterfly, but is not performing due to his health concerns, leaving Weston as sole drummer for the band at current appearances. Former Butterfly keyboardist Larry Rust died peacefully at his home near Los Angeles on November 25, at the age of On January 8, it was revealed by the band on their official Facebook page that Martin Gerschwitz had returned to the band in place of Phil Parlapiano.
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My first impression of the book was a feeling that I was accidentally reading the second book of a series. I felt like everything in the book's world was unexplained, especially the Denai. Although they were mentioned quite frequently, it wasn't until about halfway through the book where it was explained "they're magic users"--and this wasn't some secret; it was something everyone but the reader knew. Even after finishing the book, I'm still confused about their exact nature.
I'm sure the trut My first impression of the book was a feeling that I was accidentally reading the second book of a series. For instance, Thalia often mentions that they look different, but never explains how except they're prettier than normal. How are they prettier? How are pretty humans and Denai distinguished?
How are they not considered human?
Are they a different race? A different species like an elf in other fantasy novels? There were many other aspects of the book's world that were also unexplained, especially in terms of local and worldwide politics. My other issue with the storytelling was a problem of integration. When it becomes important for Thalia to be near a stable, this is introduced as "Oh, btw, for the past month I had been going to the stable a lot. I know I haven't mentioned it before, but it was totally a huge part of my life so me going there now isn't strange!
I found the love interest, Joss, to be rather personality-less.
Much of this information is collected through cookies, web beacons and other tracking technologies. I have struggled to bond with this book. It's a little slow in the beginning. Fortunately for her, this only spans for a chapter or two at most. Dec 30, Heidi Garrett rated it it was amazing Shelves:
I felt like Thalia was just latching on to the first male her age she sees after escaping, and for a while I really thought he would only serve as a lesson about that. I agree with Thalia that Kael seemed unstable, but at least from the first scene with him I could discern a personality- he's the type of person who is very confident and won't let the impossible stop him.
I could describe the personality of most of the teachers better than I could Joss'. Although there were a lot of negatives, I will say there were some well done parts. I found the account of the assassination game very exciting and fun and I wish more of the story could have been written like it.
View all 4 comments. Apr 24, Glitterfairy rated it did not like it. I have to disagree with the high goodreads ratings here - I put this book down after the first few chapters. Orgy of self-indulgent "told-not-shown" I-want-to-be-this-character-ness? This isn't to say the angsty statistically-defying rate of co-incidence Mercedes Lackey, I'm looking at you!
Al I have to disagree with the high goodreads ratings here - I put this book down after the first few chapters. All the foundations were here in this book, but not used as well as they could have been in my opinion. Because the author builds empathy for the character rather than just listing off what the character felt and why. The premise of the story sounded interesting, but the author lost me early because of the high-handed writing style.
A bit more skillful subtlety could go a long way to improve this story. View all 5 comments. Read more of my reviews at My Full Bookshelf I love, love, love, loved this book. Plus one more love for emphasis.
Chanda Hahn is such an amazing author! I purposely refused to read any of the reviews so that they wouldn't bias me while I was reading, and I think this helped me enjoy it even more than usual. I have been wanting a book that I can fangirl about for a while now.
This one fits the bill. And I am sorry that this isn't a proper review. Oh my goodness, I think he may even be better than Jared from Unenchanted same author You just want to read more about him. And then there's Joss, who is the sweet and kind nice guy. D But back to Joss. I thought she was a pretty cool character. She was able to overcome the torture the Septori put her through, and go from being a scared and meek victim to a pretty kick-butt heroine, in my humble opinion. I can see some people thinking that she wasn't strong enough, but my reply would be to think about how you would act if you were getting tortured by an evil cult, and all your memories were gone so you had no idea who you were.
So, I DO think she was a pretty strong heroine.
I can't leave him out of this review. I can't say anything else, though, without giving away major spoiilers. There were a few grammar mistakes in here, but they weren't too bad. Anyone who couldn't stand Unenchanted because of the spelling errors shouldn't be afraid to try out this book. This was so good.
I cannot wait to get my hands on The Steele Wolf! View all 11 comments. Jan 03, Selena Yukino The Lioness: The only reason I'm continuing this trilogy is because of Faraway, and Kael. I hate everybody else. Jan 14, Dianna rated it it was ok. Interesting premise, but the book didn't feel like a complete book, more like an introduction to the main characters and the world.
There is no lead up to any kind of climax, just the Thalia and everyone else living out their lives out with some splashes of excitement thrown in once in a while.
Also, the writing wasn't the greatest I often mentally cringed at some of the author's descriptions and her portrayal of the characters, especially Tha Interesting premise, but the book didn't feel like a complete book, more like an introduction to the main characters and the world. I often mentally cringed at some of the author's descriptions and her portrayal of the characters, especially Thalia, who had what I thought were some pretty odd lines for the situation she was in. This book could use some heavy editing. The romance also felt very haphazard--whatever is between Thalia and Joss happens almost without warning.
Sure, she's attracted to him when she meets him for the first time, but that's the nature of the Denai. I'm not sure how this should lead to the mutual attraction they feel for each other without much interaction at least not that the reader knows about in-between. Not sure what's up with Kael's situation, but he almost felt like an Edward with the number of times he told Thalia that she's better off if she hates him and stays away from him.
That trick is getting old, and as that was the entire side of Kael the readers got to see, he came off as a very one-sided character not that the other main characters were much better. I'll be looking out for the next book as I want to have some questions answered instead of being left with a huge pile of questions.
Aug 15, Ashley rated it did not like it Shelves: For this having a 4.
The world building is horrible, the author doesn't explain anything, I still don't even really understand what a denai is after finishing this book. The MC is absolutely pathetic. I recall that she stomps her foot a few times when she doesn't get her way, and thro 1. I recall that she stomps her foot a few times when she doesn't get her way, and throws the blame oneveryone except herself.
No wonder Kael is pissed at her all the time. Nothing happens in this book at all, except that the MC whines about her life for pages, and nearly gets her ass killed four times. Don't get me started! Thalia knows Joss for a DAY, and suddenly they're supposedly the best of friends? Yeah, that just screams best friend right there! And for her to be jealous about Joss and other girls after barely knowing him is downright ridiculous! The only thing I liked in this book was Kael, and even he's not enough to keep me going on to book two. Only recommended if you're into extremely light, no world building, same recycled YA fantasy plot, then you might find this entertaining.
View all 8 comments. Aug 28, Christa rated it really liked it Shelves: Do you like your damsels distressed? Thalia is a prisoner, undergoing torture treatments in a machine she thinks of as the Iron Butterfly. She has no memories of her life before prison. A prison break is made by fellow prisoner Kael, and Thalia is found adrift in the river by Joss and his friend. She has no where to go, so she tags along with Joss to the capital city.
There are humans, and then there are the Denai, who are beings who resemble humans but have gi Do you like your damsels distressed? There are humans, and then there are the Denai, who are beings who resemble humans but have gifts. They are dying out, and they take safe haven in the Citadel. Joss is a Denai, and he is on his way to the school there. The school meets with Thalia, and agree to take her in. She is given a position as a servant while the Adepts investigate who kidnapped her.
So besides the fact that there are a ton of ya tropes here, I did enjoy the story. But the memory loss was well done, and so was the angst over the fact that the book start with the main character being straight up tortured. All in all, a YA fantasy that has room to grow. May 21, Meghan rated it really liked it. But I'm so not that into steam punk, so I put off reading it, even though I loved her unenchanted series. So cute, so funny, totally tween friendly.
The kind of books your face hurts after reading for a long stretch because u have been grinning like a fool the whole time u read it. This book was exactly the same. Why did I not read it sooner?? The protagonist is a mess. She smarts off, then freaks out, clams up, is scared spitless, backbones' up, tries to win- then looses. Blushes, messes up, feels pride, shame, giggles with her girl friends.
All in the most believable human way. Not this tough girl I'm so bad ass or emo everybody hates me but I'm still going to sacrifice myself to save the world crap in every other YA book out there. I especially like when she is having a tiffy, or being mean and knows it, acknowledged it internally, does it anyway, and then feels crap about it later.
Dec 30, Heidi Garrett rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hahn is a gifted storyteller with a complete lack of pretense in her writing. And it's that same straightforward style that has kept me on the fence as I read each of her books--everything seems so simple--but her wit, neat plots, and endings win me over. The Iron Butterfly is the first book in the Iron Butterfly epic fantasy series. The story moves forward from the first page.
With its abundance of traditional This is the second book that I have read by Chanda Hahn, the first being UnEnchanted. With its abundance of traditional fantasy elements, I worried I might get bored, but Hahn keeps it fresh and inventive. But what bumped it up to five stars, for me, was the end. That last chapter ties the entire book up like a length of string being pulled around a burlap sack, hiding the gold inside. From the first page, Thalia's temperament, personality, survival, and choices make sense.
Jul 30, Claudie Muchindu rated it it was ok. I have struggled to bond with this book. I love the idea of it but the characters seem too stiff and the decisions don't make logical sense to me within that world, leading me to have too many "huh? Perhaps one day I will get back to it as I have gone halfway through but I have stopped enjoying the read. But I haven't given up hope.
I finished this and Thalia is beyond basket case and I cannot really understand her. This book starts off incredibly slow. You don't even really get to know the main character, Thalia, until around chapter three or four. After that, the story picks up the pace. If you're one of those people who needs a bit of closure, this probably isn't the book for you. More questions get brought up than they get answered.
By the end, you're left trying to figure out what exactly is going on. You don't really get to know anyone in this book. You're introduced to characters, but very little abou This book starts off incredibly slow. You're introduced to characters, but very little about their motives or histories are explained. The main character has amnesia. Joss is just thrown into the story, without much of an introduction. Are his parents still alive? He travels with his godfather. Come to think of it, I'm pretty sure Darren is the most fully formed character in this book. And he's only there for all of two and a half chapters.