Reviewed by: Book Addict

The Iron Knight
by Julie Kagawa

Published October 25, 2011 by Harlequin Teen

My name—my True Name—is Ashallayn'darkmyr Tallyn. I am the last remaining son of Mab, Queen of the Unseelie Court. And I am dead to her.
My fall began, as many stories do, with a girl…

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At the end of The Iron Queen, Megan Chase became the Iron Queen and banished her valiant Knight Ash, for his own protection. He vowed that he would find a way to come back to her, to live amongst the iron that would be his death.

The Iron Knight is the tale of that very quest. Ash sets out on an epic adventure with Puck and a few friends, both old and new, at his side. He faces perilous obstacles, and his will is tested at nearly every turn.

This is going to be a short review, as there were so many incredible "I did NOT see that coming!" twists, that while amazing, cannot be revealed here. I will say that is was wonderful to read a story from Ash's perspective. The unseelie prince has a lot more depth that you realize from the previous books. Watching him struggle to make hard decisions, and seeing just how much he loves Megan made me root for him all the more. And Puck, ever the joke cracking prankster showed a bit of vulnerability as well. This was a great end to the Iron Fey Series. Reading the last page will leave you sad that there will be no more adventures, but it will also leave you at peace that you know how everything turns out.

Go out and pick up a copy, you won't be disappointed!
June L
1/18/2012 10:32:32

I am not a huge fan of Fae books but I have seen a handful of reviews for this and I am getting pretty interested.

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