Monday, November 19, 2012

Book Review: The Iron Queen (The Iron Fey, Book 3), By Julie Kagawa

Being banished should have permanently removed Meghan from the war in Faerie, but it didn't. When Iron Fey assassins attack her outside her family's home, Meghan realizes that she must kill the false king of the Iron Fey or he will kill her. How she will do this without access to the Nevernever is something she'll have to figure out on the way.

The Iron Queen brings Meghan's story full circle in a fast and easy read that leaves you wanting the next book. Parents should be aware that there are some strong sexual themes in this book: an ongoing desire for sex, lustful auras, sex outside of wedlock, and clear insinuations of orgy type activities happening in the background. The violence is also slightly more intense.

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