This third installment of Julie Kagawa's The Iron Fey series does not disappoint and continues the momentum of the two previous novels. There were barely any dull moments, and the trio is always on the move. I did find the apparent helplessness of Meghan a bit annoying at times - every time they meet an enemy, it was Ash and Puck protecting her while she screamed or fainted -but the girl did mature emotionally throughout the book. I adore the twist at the ending and applaud Meghan for her courage and sense of responsibility. This trilogy-turned-saga will end with The Iron Knight, told from Ash's perspective. I simply cannot wait to get my hands on the next book and would recommend this series to fans of fantasy and faerie novels.
sex is implied, although not graphically described
Reviewer City, State and Country: Palo Alto, CA US