Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Book Review: The Iron Daughter (The Iron Fey, Book 2), By Julie Kagawa

Book Review: The Iron Daughter (The Iron Fey, Book 2), By Julie Kagawa Cover Artwork
The Iron Fey Book 2 of 4
By: Julie Kagawa

Meghan Chase is under house arrest in the Unseelie Court, deserted by Ash, and strangely unable to use her power. Then the Iron Fey successfully start a war between Winter and Summer, and things get a whole lot worse.

The Iron Daughter dragged a bit in the middle, but was easy to follow and reasonably fast flowing.

The story includes:
  • injuries
  • violence
  • death
  • killing
  • profanity
  • french kissing
  • a brief reference to a nude individual doing suggestively sexual things.

The sexual undertones throughout the book do not seem to play a critical role in the story or to truly enhance it in any way. 

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1 comment :

  1. I've read the first book in this series, but I haven't made it past that one. I was annoyed with love triangles at the time, especially when the girl is obviously going for the boy I don't like. But enough time has gone by, maybe I should pick this one up.

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