Review: The Iron Knight

The Iron Knight
The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m not surprised to find this last book of The Iron Fey series is narrated from Ash’s point of view. Still, like the previous books, this one is captivating without fail.

Meghan is the Iron Queen now, and Iron, as a matter of fact, is natural enemy of fey. The fact that she is now bound to the Iron Realm hinders she and her Winter Prince to be together.

In order to find a way so that they can be together, Ash goes to the End of the World to earn a soul, in other way, to change his immortal self into a human, a mortal one, who will not be poisoned by Iron. He is accompanied by Puck and Grimalkin, and instead of Meghan, the heroine in this journey is no other than… Ash’s past lover who’s supposedly had died long ago, Ariella.

However, to be a human and earn a soul is not an easy thing. There are many things about mortality that Ash should understand and consider, since for decades he is a soulless fey who knows nothing at all about human and humanity.

From all the book in this series, I think I love this book the most. It reveals so much about Ash that is kept hidden since his first appearance in this series so far. I admire his strong feeling for Meghan that he even willing to sacrifice anything, though he is a Winter fey, who supposedly not having such emotions at all. He really deserves a pure soul.

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