By Julie Kagawa
Harlequin, $9.99, 386 pages
If you have not read any of the Iron Fey series, you definitely will want to start. Meghan is now queen of the Iron Fey and has been parted from her beloved Ash, who would die living in the constant presence of iron. Ash makes a vow to find a way to return to Meghan and takes the reader on his journey to become human.
Julie Kagawa has outdone herself in The Iron Knight, and this is by far the best book in the series. Ash and Puck are once again journeying together and balance the fine edge of their past friendship and the vow Ash has made to kill Puck. Their bantering is entertaining as always, but the reader also gets to see a more serious side of Puck. Favorite characters, such as Grimalkin, once again make appearances as the story would just not be complete without them.
The best thing about this book is that it’s full of twists and turns. Just when one thinks they have figured things out, there is a new surprise. This series is enchanting, and this book is definitely not to be missed.
Reviewed by Debbie Suzuki