From Debbie Wiley Book Reviews
The Iron Daughter
by Julie Kagawa
Chase is trapped in the Winter Court after a bargain she made (see THE
IRON KING for more details). The Winter Court is not a pleasant place
for Meghan, the daughter of the Summer King. Ash appears to have turned
against her, no one believes her about the Iron Fey, and Robin
Goodfellow is nowhere in sight. However, the balance of power is about
to get upset when the Scepter of Seasons is stolen. Who will Meghan
trust when everything she knows and loves is at stake?
THE IRON DAUGHTER is the second book in a trilogy. Readers will enjoy
THE IRON DAUGHTER best read within the context of the series as the
relationships continue to evolve as the series progresses.
Meghan is a somewhat frustrating character at times as she is pure
young adult. Adult readers may struggle a bit with her capricious mood
swings. Quite honestly, Ironhorse is my favorite character as he
remains true to his beliefs while the other characters struggle to find
their identities. However, the world of Faery and the struggle with
Winter, Summer, and the Iron Fey keep this story entertaining.
Publisher: Harlequin Teen (August 2010)
Other books in
series: THE IRON KING
by Debbie, Debbie Wiley Book Reviews