Series: The Iron Fey


Mar 19
Review: The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron Queen by Julie Kagawa

I loved The Iron King, I was less enthused with The Iron Daughter, and now the magic is back with The Iron Queen. All of Meghan’s irritating angst over Ash (he loves me, he loves me not, lather, rinse, repeat) from the previous book is finally gone. They’ve settled into a “normal” relationship, or as normal as one can be in Faery. Meghan has grown up over the the course of the three books, and the former self-conscious teenager is… Read more »


Feb 26
Review: The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa

“We see you, Meghan Chase. You will not escape.” In The Iron Daughter, the second book of the Iron Fey series, the half-human/half-faery Meghan Chase returns to Winter Court with Ash. A major betrayal, a stolen scepter, and a series of misunderstandings leads to a declaration of war between the Winter and Summer Courts. For me, some of the magic from The Iron King has worn off. Meghan’s boomeranging emotions and inability to think rationally when it comes to Ash… Read more »


Feb 21
Review: The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

Meghan Chase, the young heroine of “The Iron King,” is very aptly named. Throughout the story, she is constantly chased by a endless variety of evil faeries, gremlins, and other ne’er-do-wells. Just before her sixteenth birthday, Meghan was living the life of a teenage outcast. She also hallucinated, seeing strange beings lurking about. When her four year old brother, Ethan, is kidnapped and replaced by a snarling, biting changeling, Meghan realizes her hallucinations were real. Her only friend, Robbie, has… Read more »