Saturday, April 14, 2012
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ (5 Stars)
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. The Iron Fey Series is a great series. The Iron Knight (Iron Fey #4) does not disappoint when it comes to action (especially the action), adventure, and love.
No longer abstract or vague, 'the end of the world' has a whole new meaning after reading The Iron Knight (Iron Fey #4). For the rest of my life the phrase will immediately remind me of Julie Kagawa and love trials.
As has become customary, there are new faeries to fall in love with, and the morals and ethics and love are buried so deep into the storyline, they feel just like another of the endearing and familiar characters.
My one and only complaint - and God knows I hate to complain about a phenomenal book - is the absence of my favorite heroine, Meghan, throughout the majority of the book. I understand the reason AND the importance, but I missed her like I would miss a dear friend whose house I was visiting while she was away for the weekend.
In the end, I found myself longing for the day when a new adventure - including Meghan, Ash, Puck, Grimalkin, and...the Big Bad Wolf - gets published.