Mar 20, 2012

The Iron Queen,Iron Fey, #3.

The Iron Queen.
Julie Kagawa.
Publisher:Harlequin Teen.
Publication Date:January 25,2011.
Genre:YA Fantasy,Romance,Adventure.
Series:Iron Fey,#3.


Wow, I don’t think that words can express how much I loved this book. I know I said similar about The Iron Daughter. However, this book was even better, The Iron Queen is my favorite one, out of the three books. Iron Fey, is one of the best series I have read, this year. I was left speechless. I couldn’t put it down; I didn’t want it to put it down till I reached the end. I loved Ash since The Iron Daughter, but this book made me love even more, he was so sweet to Meghan through entire book. Now, I can’t wait to read The Iron Knight to see what happens next. If you haven’t read the series yet, you should. You won’t regret it.

The Iron Queen starts off right after Meghan & Ash were banished from Nevernever. Meghan though, that it was over, her ties with Faery, that she could start her life over with her family and Ash. But before Meghan can even reach her family, Iron Fey come after her, with order to bring her back, to the False King.

Meghan, Puck & Ash go into hiding, in order to escape the Iron Fey that seem to be hunting her. Even though Meghan knows that her life will never be normal, that she won’t be able to escape the Iron Fey.

Soon Meghan realizes that her only choice is to go to False Iron King, since she’s only one that can come in contact with Iron, and to destroy him, once and for all. Ash, Puck & Grimalkin by her side, she sets out on dangerous journey. Will Meghan be able to defeat the False King, and save Nevernever?

I had trouble coming up with review for this book; I had so many emotions going through me. Once again, Julie Kagawa took my breath away with this book. Out of the 3 books I read so far, this is the one book that actually made me cry. I felt as I was there, besides Meghan, Puck & Ash, fighting with them, laughing, crying with them. The Iron Queen had the most action, adventure and it was even better than I expected it to be. It made me glad that I had discovered it.

I already loved Ash in second book, Iron Queen made me love Ash even more. How can you possibly not love him, no be Team Ash after reading this book? He was sweet through the entire book, considering how he acted towards Meghan before, it was like he transformed to completely different person. All the affection he was showing to her, he did treat her like a princess, which made me smile. Actually it made me wish I could find a guy like Ash one day, who treated me like that. I knew he really loved her, I think they are my favorite couple out of all series I have read. I actually cried at end, I felt so heartbroken for him. I really hope that he finds a way to be with Meghan in next book, they belong together.

The battle between Meghan, the False King was epic, and I found myself rooting for Meghan the entire time. I even felt myself gasping when Meghan had fallen; I had thought that it was it, that he had won. I wasn’t happier to see the old Iron King, to come into the picture. I got say that Meghan had improved a lot since The Iron King, she became so much stronger, and she became a leader, ready to face anything that will come her way. I’m curious of how she’s going handle all that power, now that she’s a Queen, now that I never saw coming.

The part where Meghan was hurt and both Puck and Ash were crying, I won’t lie, that part made me cry as well. I’m excited for Iron Knight, I want see if Ash will succeed and find a way to be with her, and I am pretty curious if Puck & Ash actually go through the journey without killing each other, maybe becoming friends again, even thought Ash doesn’t think that. I would suggest this series to
anyone who’s into fantasy, romance, adventure and action. Once you pick it up, you won’t be able to put it down. I plan on reading rest of Julie Kagawa’s novels, she has real talent, and she has a way of bringing story to life.


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