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From the limitless imagination of New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Kagawa, return to the world of The Iron Fey. Deserted by the Winter prince she thought loved her, she is prisoner of the Winter faery queen. As war looms between Summer and Winter, Meghan knows. Read The Iron Daughter (The Iron Fey #2) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. The Iron Daughter is a Fantasy novel by Julie Kagawa. The Iron Fey has 34 entries in the series. Julie Kagawa Author (). cover image of The Iron Fey Series Volume 1/The Iron King/Winter's Passage.

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What I liked in The Iron Daughter: Despite this, I did like Ash a lot more in this book. The kiss! He deserves some happiness, after being there for Meghan for so long, and then one boy comes along and tries to kill Meghan and she loves him instead. How could you not feel bad for Puck in that situation?

I better see more of you in the other books or I will not be a happy camper. It might get ugly. Especially if you like Meghan. Do I have to speak slower, or did you get that, Meghan?

Oh, but you're not just stupid. You're also selfish. And whiny. And obsessive. And so freaking pathetic. Do I need to go on? Because I can. And let me tell you, Ash's "I'm treating you like crap because I have to because I don't want to look bad in front all my all mighty mother" is not a good excuse.

It's a horrible excuse. And when he does this you don't just cry over the fact that he might not love you like you love him, and that he used you. You slap him silly! And, odds are, no men are going to love you as much as you loved Ash in such a short amount of time.

Take this advice, Meghan. You're only going to scare more men off. I hate him. Also, when someone says the word "Prince" to you, don't respond with, "What prince? My prince? He's not your prince. You don't own him, even though it seems you think the contrary. With all her whining and obsession over a boy wanting to kill her, I felt that Meghan became the Bella Swan of the Fey. Then she thought this, and I was certain she was the Bella Swan of the Fey: Sometimes I dreamed that Ash was in my room, standing in a corner or beside my bed, just watching me with his bright silver eyes.

Wait, what? Then she starts doubting herself, blaming herself because she thinks Ash hates her, and I just wanted to shake the living crap out of her. Does it matter if he hates you? You should really be focusing on the biggest task at hand. Ash despised me. Everything he'd said and done was to bring me to his queen. He was a cheat. He'd used me, to further his own ends. And the saddest part was, I still loved him. You're right, Meghan. That is pretty sad. At least you can admit it.

But then, Meghan, you got all jealous. You couldn't take the fact that Ash still loves his dead girlfriend, and the fact that he mourns over her and thinks of her constantly. I think this might have been the point where my hatred for Meghan truly formed. It sickens me to think that Meghan was deliberately trying to get in between Ash and Ariella's relationship, and that she was jealous of his mourning over her.

I didn't know someone could be so shallow until I read that. My hatred of Meghan pretty much expanded from there, especially when she went with Ash and left Puck. I can't even describe how bad I felt for Puck. The many stupid decisions of Meghan Chase eventually led to a school dance, where she met up with Scott. You know Scott. The boy who took a picture with Meghan and photoshopped it into a naked picture and sent it to the whole school in book one?

I was so happy when Meghan saw Scott there. I thought there would be some slapping, some cursing, some defending herself What the hell was I thinking? I mean, seriously. We're talking about Meghan Chase.

The Bella Swan of the Fey. I don't even know why I got my hopes up in thinking she'd stand up for herself and pour punch on Scott, or something like that. To be honest, I would've been happier if she just passed him by and sent him an evil glare, but seriously? You're going to have a dance with the freaking kid? And he doesn't even remember who you are? You can seriously let what he did to you go and dance with him? I was just I couldn't even believe what I was reading.

I knew Meghan was stupid, of course, but I didn't know she was that stupid. Still longing to dance with Mr. Popular, I see. Nothing's changed. And then she sees Ash flirting with some girls and starts crying, at which point I was laughing at how pathetic she was. You're not even his girlfriend, stop crying. It doesn't make me feel empathy towards you, it only makes me laugh at you.

I'll be back, though, and I will continue and eventually finish this series. If Meghan's as stupid in the other books as she was in this one, it won't be easy. But, I guess this is our goodbyes, Meghan. View all 41 comments. This could have been so much better than it is I don't know, maybe it is a case of "it is not you, it is me" situation, but I didn't really enjoy it at all I appreciate the thought and work that has gone into creating the book and the series as a whole and the previous book was not bad at all, but this one somehow took the air out of my enthusiasm for it.

It could also have to do with the type of relationship that is portrayed in this very serious and angsty manner. If Meghan was my daughter or a friend, I would have shaken the heck out of her when she decided to sacrifice not only her own life, but that of many others, when she decided that the boy she has kissed once and known for couple of days is the love of her life and she would do literally anything to save him.

I mean anything - she would start a war, give herself to the Devil, choose anything that would be destructive and stupid, she was ready to do for this teenage hormonal crush!!!

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Maybe that is romantic for some and I might have perceived it as romantic when I was a preteen, but from my life experience right now, this seems ridiculous and irresponsible! You still don't know enough about this world to be properly terrified. Things are going to get screwed eight ways from Sunday, and you're making goo-goo eyes at the enemy!

I heard what happened in Machina's realm and yes, it scared the hell out of me. I love you, dammit. I'm not going to watch you get torn apart when everything goes bad.

On top of that, a good friendship was ruined when the friend came out and said he is in love with her, thus making it a love triangle for no particular reason. There was enough drama and angst in the romance front already, no need to add a third love interest in there I miss him. I know he's the enemy, and we broke all kinds of rules, but I don't care.

I miss him so much, Puck. Meghan is the princes of reckless decisions and angst, Prince Ash is a brooding emotional pit, Queen Mab was a balloon filled with bravado, King Oberon was just there, no personality whatsoever, Puck was OK, but clearly unbelievable for his supposed "love" for a stupid little girl, and the exiled Queen was just too one-sided Thank goodness for Grimalkin and Ironhorse, who were able to bring some soul and dimension to the group.

I would not mind adding them to my menagerie of favorite Magical Animals from Fantasy Books: Overall, I think the people who will enjoy this book fully are the ones wit a bit less It would be perfect for them, but I believe it looses its powers of magic on the rest of us: No, we are not old, just have had some of those angst-inducing love affairs a few to many times to want to willingly root for another one of those in an imaginary scenario: I wish the youngsters to enjoy and read with abandon!!!

Now I wish you all Happy Reading and may you always find what you need in the pages of a good Book!!! View all 6 comments. May 02, Kristalia rated it liked it Shelves: Final rating: Anyway, i adored the story for this one - it was exciting even though in the beginning it was frustrating a little because of Meghan, but afterwards it just got better and better. And some parts of the book surprised me because i didn't expect it, and it was quite interesting.

And Puck is back in this book and kicking assess and being sarcastic and all - and i know he loves Meghan too, but Meg really loves Ash so it makes it awkward Meghan is faced with harsh reality when she comes to the Winter court. Everyone ridicule her, make her life miserable, and she faced the worst betrayal of them all - Ash had reverted to his cold state and abandoned her. Or so she thinks. She is just too devastated to think properly and it makes her miss the obvious: But in the second half of the book she gets a little bit stronger and less weepy character because she finally got a grip of things around her.

There is a threat in the realm and its hard to prove it when you dont have any evidence Tears blurred my vision, all the fear and heartache of the past few days rising to the surface. She should have gotten an award for these: But, i like her nonetheless, and even though she is incredibly innocent kind of girl, i dont hate her or anything. But i really hope she grows up in the next books. You have.

You've seen me without the glamour and illusions, even the ones I show my family, the farce I maintain just to survive. You've seen who I really am, and yet, you're still here. He knows that everything in his life will fall apart if he stays with Meghan; his life would never be the same and it makes it even harder for him to decide But he loves Meghan truly and he is afraid of hurting her Especially since it earned him view spoiler [ banishment for him and Meghan hide spoiler ] and i thought he was going to go back to his mother because it meant everything to him.

It seems he is not mama's boy anymore: D hide spoiler ]. But, for you In this book, we find out his true feelings for Meghan, and even though i know he doesn't stand a chance, i am sad, because he deserves a little happiness too. I have no idea what they would do if it werent for him - because he always saves the day in the end.

I liked him a lot: He recognized Meghan but forgot everyone else Poor guy: Fabulous continuation to the story - if you can survive Meghan's idiocy at the beginning of the book. I loved it nonetheless and i cant wait to start third book with high hopes for it. Call of the Forgotten, 3 This review can be found on my blog: View all 20 comments. I had high expectations for this book even before I started reading it due to its brilliant debut.

I wasn't the least bit disappointed with The Iron Daughter. It was as good as The Iron King, if not better.

They story has a powerful and thrilling plot which brings readers on a journey to retrieve the Scepter of Seasons which was stolen by a new kind of Faery called The Iron Fey. She feels bad because of the incessant chill, but she feels even worse by Prince Ash's sudden change of behaviour he becomes distant, cold and cruel. His eyes glittered as he shot me a glare of pure loathing. And I don't recall giving you permission to speak to me.

Remember that, because the next time you forget your place, I'll remind you with my blade. A war is about to start I love Julie's hauntingly beautiful description of the scenery of Faeryland. She manages to create a place where beauty and danger coexists. Julie's exquisite literary prose is one of the reasons which makes this book stand out from the sea of other novels in the fantasy genre.

Her words made me delve into the Fey world with ease, following Meghan and her friends on their exciting and dangerous adventure. In this novel, Meghan turns to Puck for company due to Ash's absence and cold demeanor.

She finds that she actually has some feelings for Puck as well, but not as intense as the love she had for Ash. On the contrary, Puck is the one who pours out all his love and attention on his Princess, always there to support Meghan whenever she needs him, ever so protective of her. The one who stole the scepter was revealed in the end of Part 2, but there is no further information about the new and fake Iron King.

How will the love triangle between Puck, Meghan and Ash end? When the time comes, who will Meghan choose? Is it the mischievous, caring and reliable Puck, or the cold, quiet and passionate Ash? In the nutshell, The Iron Daughter is awesome! I can proudly announce that I'm now a great fan of Julie Kagawa. You should never miss The Iron Fey Series!

I really can't wait to read the third book! View 2 comments. Feb 19, Anushka rated it did not like it Shelves: I have no clue what they found attractive about each other, their love just But it doesn't mean that you fall in love with the guy even though he hasn't even looked at you properly once.

He told her several times not to talk to him or express any kind of relation for these many reasons but that twit didn't get a thing in her thick-head! His vow to be a dick in the name of "protecting" her was totally half-baked and obviously backfired because Meghan the numbnut couldn't keep her mouth shut.

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She just assumed that Ash never really loved her, he used her to bring her to Unseelie court and blah blah Sooo doesn't that mean she should actually hate him for doing this to her instead of pining even more for him?

That is just ridiculous! I was driven up the wall because of the way these characters were behaving, one time hot, other time cold. I hope its better or else I am saying goodbye to this series even though I really wanna know how this Iron and Fey business ends. View all 38 comments. Sep 18, Mizuki rated it it was ok Shelves: To me, The Iron Daughter is a book ruined by the horror known to readers as silly unrealistic YA romance love triangle.

Can you see the horror? I think we need an exorcist here I actually like the setting about feys, I also like the description about the otherworldly landscapes and the different fey kingdoms, I enjoy the concept about the Iron Feys and the little twists and turns the author had offered. But what I can't stand is Meghan, the main character, acting like a w To me, The Iron Daughter is a book ruined by the horror known to readers as silly unrealistic YA romance love triangle.

But what I can't stand is Meghan, the main character, acting like a whinny, impulsive, lovesick teenager, not to mention she's a total fool to believe in every single thing other people tell her.

She's an opened book even after she had been warned not to show her weakness in front of the feys. Last but not least, the love triangle between her, Ash and Puck is sickeningly unrealistic.

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Evil love triangles, stay away from me!!!! But eventually I decided crying is more suitable. Ash and Meghan fall in love? As to Puck, I know from the very beginning he doesn't stand a chance no matter how nice and funny he is, for this dude has 'friend zone' written all over his face. Puck is doomed at the very beginning, because there's a LAW for every YA girl to fall in love with the brooding, mysterious bad boy.

I'd told you before! Plus, I really don't think neither Ash nor Puck act and talk like they're powerful immortals who are hundreds if not thousands years old. There're still some plot holes in the story, for example view spoiler [Meghan's power is supposed to be sealed off by Queen Mab, supposedly the seal cannot be broken without the help of Queen Mab or Meghan's own father King Oberon; but at the end of the story she can use her power all of a sudden without any explanation.

Mar 23, Sabrina rated it it was ok. You're kidding me - right? That is not how you write a sequel! I am beyond disappointed by this novel. It was simply a chore to read. And there is purely 1 reason for my general dislike of the novel: Megan A.

The Bella Swan of the Iron Fey series. I couldn't stand to read about her. She was just so irritating. I get it - you're in love with Ash - but I mean, c'mon. Have some self-respect, girl.

I love romance. I'm the romance kinda gal. If there isn't romance in a book, I'll make romance. Her only thoughts about anything were "Boy, he's hot. I shouldn't love him. Ash, I love you! And sobs. Instead, I felt the author rushed their romance to the point where it was disbelieving and felt forced. Megan's only known Ash for how long, 6 months?

A year, tops? And yet, she's "in love" with him? Worse, she becomes whiny and insecure and just weak. I hate weak female characters, they just ugh! More than half of this book is just her whining about how Ash doesn't love her. That she's second best. His jealous little mood swings were seriously unnecessary and I just don't see any chemistry between him and Megan.

She looks like your ex. That doesn't mean you love her. Which brings me to my second largest complaint: Excuse me while I barf. Did the author seriously have to jump aboard the bandwagon and include a love triangle in her series? Of course she did, why not divide the fans eh? Clearly, I'm not a fan of the icy stone-hearted bad-boy-cliche-stock-character-Edward-Cullen prince Ash.

I'm a fan of Puck. He knew Megan longer. He knows how to make her smile. He doesn't toy with her emotions or treat her like crap. But does Megan care about any of that? One look of hottie bad boy and it's bye bye Puck. Which totally sucks. Because Puck's my favorite character.

And reading about him hurting makes me hurt. I mean - seriously - why can't the best friend get the girl for once? Puck, unlike Ash, is a unique character. He would, at least in my opinion, make a much better boyfriend than Ash could ever be.

But screw Megan. I don't even want her to be with Puck anymore. He deserves better than her whiny little self. The ending though. That stupid ending. I just - I can't.

I am so regretful that I paid money for this book, because right now it's shoved in the back of my closet. I don't even know if I want to read the next book after that. My poor baby. She left Puck. He freaking begged her to stay with him and what does she do? And then the author decides to end the book all happy with Ash and Megan being all couple-y and completely ignoring the fact that poor Puck is heartbroken and alone and adfjkdjfkdjsfkjda hide spoiler ] The only reasons I gave this book 2 stars rather than 1 was because of: When Puck finally made his appearance, I couldn't stop the grin that appeared on my face.

And that kiss I enjoyed reading about that kiss. It was very, hot. I also enjoyed the continued Iron Fey plot line and concept. The idea is genius, no doubt. Now, if the idea can be the focus and the romance the subplot, then this book would be a winner. Overall, I was extremely disappointed with this novel.

After enjoying the first book so much, I expected so much of the sequel and was unfortunately let down. I probably will read the next book but I'm not expecting much at all. View all 12 comments. Oct 12, Cody rated it it was amazing. I love this series too much!!!! Promises are not meant to be broken. They are like a glass, they are fragile that one you commit a mistake it will break into little tiny pieces and you must pay for the consequences you have made.

After rescuing Ethan from the land of Nevernever , Meghan must pay for the promise she made from the winter prince. She doesn't have a choice but to leave the mortal world and be with Ash in a very cold and dark place, Tir Na Nog.

But when your mortal enemy back and steal a very valuable item that incre Promises are not meant to be broken. But when your mortal enemy back and steal a very valuable item that increases the power of the season kingdom, everything is in chaos even in the mortal world. The balance had been broke and Meghan has to chase the thief and put it back to the true owner or everyone will die in a very strange way. Can Meghan save the world before everyone dies or she'll die in the hands of the enemies?

I don't usually read books in public transit or if I'm travelling but I have to finish this book as soon as possible and I came up with the idea that I'll read the book while travelling for hours. Accidentally, the public train spurt water and I was shock when I saw the book I borrowed from my friend got wet. I don't know what to do and it affects my reading experience completely.

I felt so sorry to the owner that I want to change the book with a new one. I was so shock when I read some parts that are too annoying in my part as a guy.

I can't imagine she have to include scenes like make-over, shopping and so on. She's spying but the story's predicament is satisfying the female scene than emphasizing the spying. I don't like to mention where, but seriously it was a no-no for me. After that, I don't know if I have to continue the other books or I'll wait until next year. I also manage to escape my fantasies and I can't connect after reading it again.

It was like I'm asking myself if where this story goes. Exactly that she is mixing fairy tales from the book and the fact that her characters' names are very different from the appearance itself. One example is the creature smuggler which was named as Sweet-something and he looks scary and an ogre with that name. But the name is cute and sweet but not exactly suited to the characters. It means that the book is really for girls, but I object to the fact that this book is written for girls it must be for both sexes.

It was just the second book is more girly than the first one, no, I mean, I can't exactly explain it because I have this feelings that the book will be getting better soon like putting more action, gory, or twists that will struggle readers in the end. I keep on reading but it seems that I can't connect to the book. It was like calling someone and the receiver keep on hanging the phone. You want to punch her but you can't and you keep on dialing it until you get annoyed.

I also don't like the love or the romance between Ash and Meghan. She was so immature; she keeps on begging for Ash and keeps on crying like a baby. I though she will become more mature in the book after rescuing Ethan in the Nevernever but no, she becomes more childish than before.

I also read some reviews and fans keep on smuggling information about the love triangle, and I can't feel it in the story. If people will ask me, what is your least favorite from the series, I won't hesitate to answer The Iron Daughter. I just can't accept that Kagawa broke my heart after all I've done. Review posted on the day that the mighty one will create something surprising. Book for View all 13 comments. Sep 13, Kristi rated it it was amazing Shelves: This series is one of those that just keeps getting better.

I have big hopes for book number three! That being said I loved Meghan in the first novel Where the heck was that girl at the end of the first book, the one that did what she had to do!

The one that had grown more confident and wise! Because she was not there at first. I mean, come on Meghan, I know you are in love with Ash I think old Meghan would have picked up on that. But no instead I got this weenie whiney Meghan. Thank goodness someone hit her over the head and I got old Meghan back! I was totally NOT expecting that. Of course Grim was back and he was as charming as ever. Will they end up together against all odds!?!?!

I should have known that the leading novel would not be the last we saw of the Iron Fey It was much better than what I was anticipating. But back to the actual book. The plot was action packed I picked it up and just could not put it down. I cannot wait for book three! This series is so good.

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Mar 19, Colleen Houck added it Shelves: This book had even higher stakes than the first. Loved being in Queen Mab's court and the imagery of the ice and the environment there. Fell even more for Ash. And Ironhorse? Loved him in human form.

The whole world of the NeverNever is scary and yet I love it all the more for that. I feel like I. As I was travelling through Nevernever, following Ash Meghan's steps, my wonder never ever faded. My dear friends who took part in Chelsea's birthday's buddy read can attest how much I got lost in this outstanding world, my heart aching to come back there. I fell in love with every single character I met , from this yawning, infuriating and hilarious Grimalkin to the giant spiders who Wait, no.

I'll follow Meghan on this: That's where I drew the line" I couldn't agree more. Have you seen their legs? Are you ready to go? Okay then. Whatever you see in there, don't buy anything, don't offer anything, and don't accept anything, no matter how much you want it. The vendors will try to make a deal with you - ignore them.

Keep silent, and keep your eyes on me. Got it? Barely two feet tall, dressed in a once-white robe with tiny gold glasses on the end of her nose, she glared at me like a furious midget bear, black eyes snapping with irritation.

That says it all. Grimalkin, remember? If I thought he won me in that first book, that's nothing in comparison to the way I felt and fell for him in that one. Forget all the broody and wounded male-lead you know: It took him only one apparition to warm my heart and send a flutter of emotions through me like crazy.

Well, I can ramble and ramble over and over again about him, but it'd be completely useless: Again, the plot was well-wrapped and the story fast-paced, and we're reading as in a run, never resting, always captivated, gasping, sometimes frightened, always mesmerized. Oh, and by the way, I like Meghan. Yes she shares many personality traits with other young-adults heroines and yes I could have been annoyed at some point but you know what?

I never was. I understand her, I can relate to her throwing rocks? I could totally do that , I'm proud of her. That's all. I saw pain in his eyes, and a little regret, but they shone with such emotion I felt breathless. Okay, so after some remarks I got about Meghan I feel the need to add some thoughts: YES, she isn't our kick-ass heroine, and sometimes she makes mistakes, and she's obsessed with Ash, yes. But COME. All the people who know me know how much I love a strong and fierce heroine who can fight and all that but it's not Meghan.

Why am okay with it? Because she's our average teenager from the beginning and her characterization is coherent. If she had begun to kick everybody's ass I'd have found this strange. And for the fact she forgives Ash for his behavior? Come on. I'm not excusing all her actions but come on, give the girl a break give me a break about her anyway. I respect other opinions of course and I even understand them. I get it, really. All of this is my opinion and my opinion only.

Just please leave your advice in the comment section below. No need to send messages to say to me that I'm wrong see what I said earlier? That's only my opinion, just leave it. Thank you all! Aug 20, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: First off: I really, really liked this one. I love Ash, he makes my stomach do flip flops and my pulse race and I devoured this book just like its predecessor. Unfortunately, there were a few things that bothered me.

Meghan told Ash too soon that she loved him. I cringed and smacked my forehead when I read that part. Meghan was a tad bit too naive for my taste. She started getting on my nerves when she acted all devastated because Ash ignored her as soon as they had reached the Winter Court.

She even called him out on it. In front of Mab. I mean, hello-ho? I wanted to yell at her when she tried to act all cozy with Ash in front of Mab. She endangered him and herself by acting so stupid. Meghan, Puck and Ash are stuck in the mortal world at some point and Ash needs to recharge his batteries because he had been hurt pretty badly and is all weak.

And how do fearies do that? Right, they need a lot of glamour, meaning they need to take Ash someplace where human emotions are running high.

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Now they are wondering. Not a good idea. No sooner said than done, the Winter Formal it is. The situation is all dramatic, the Nevernever is threatened to be destroyed once and for all and they go to the prom?

God, I burst out laughing when I read that part. As it turned out, it got even better. Then he finally steps into the room and what is he wearing? A white tuxedo. With a blue tie! It kinda ruined the moment for me Really, Mrs. Kagawa can't just go and stuff my insanely hot Ash in a white tux. D Apart from this, I really enjoyed Iron Daughter and the awesome ending totally made up for everything. View all 14 comments. If I could give more stars, I totally would: I'm blown away and in complete awe of this book!

I don't want to say to much about the story itself since everyone just needs to pick this up A. P, but I will say that it's Incredible! Julie Kagawa has out did herself. To every reviewer who said The Iron Daughter was better then the first, wasn't kidding! I am in love with this series, this book, these characters. With hauntingly rich and vivid writing Julie has once again captured the attention If I could give more stars, I totally would: With hauntingly rich and vivid writing Julie has once again captured the attention of her readers, giving us a pure and gripping plot that you can't help but devour the minute you touch it.

This world is so engaging, entertaining and enchanting that it's hard to get your mind wrapped around it, not that it's difficult, just simply mind-boggling. It is so much fun to read! All your favorite characters are back in all there glory and then some! I am so proud of Meghan, and I love being proud of the characters I read about, so that's a big plus.

She's strong and feisty and stubborn and I love that she fights back with everything that she has. I was very torn between Puck and Ash, two of my favorite characters who equally won over my heart. Puck has always been such a dear. Kind, funny and play's the part of "the right one" for Meghan. The sensible choice, the better choice. But with all love triangle, it seems that better may not always be best.

Never the less, I love them both, but if it were me, I'd have to go with Ash! Ash, ah Ash, if you loved him before? You'll love him even more! He really went through an emotional hell in this book and I found myself flipping through the pages at a feverish pace to find out what would happen next. He's definitely on my list of favorite book swoon-crushes. Totally and completely love him.

I wanna keep him. Oh, and I so want a cat like Grimalkin! I could go on forever gushing about this amazing book, so I'm just going to say that The Iron Daughter is a fast paced thrill ride with a plot concept that is truly unbelievably brilliant.

The romance is a beautiful wonder that makes me smile, and Julie Kagawa is a genius for creating an amazing take on this particular paranormal, it makes me love it when I don't favor it all that much to begin with, so that is really saying something. This is definitely on the top of my list of all time favorites! Loved every second of this epic adventure and I am crazily waiting to see how this beloved series will wrap up in The Iron Queen!!

You wont be disappointed! View all 25 comments. The cat is the true hero in this series. I have a feeling that nobody would get anything done without Grimalkin, or whatever its name was.

Most of this book went something like this: This book was really fun. The writing in this is so good; it's so easy to picture the Nevernever.

I don't ever want to go there. Never, ever, ever.. It's creepy as hell. And things keep being eaten. Yay, mortal world! So in this one we have a bit of a love triangle going on only not really, because we all know who she's going to end up with.

Even I do, and I haven't finished the series yet! And even though I'm totally Team Ash , I really like the scenes with Puck, because he has the funniest lines. Every time I came across the name Ironhorse , I giggled. Where else can you find sentences this awesome?

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And then there's "Leanansidhe", whose name, in my head, sounded something like Leananfdudfjdksf. This was a fun book I liked it much more than the first one , and if you're into fairies, you should totally read it.

Sep 18, Penny rated it liked it Shelves: Actual Rating: I quite liked the end, however I think that the book would have had more impact without the epilogue. I prefer Julie Kagawa's Blood of Eden series.