"The Iron Daughter" by Julie Kagawa
Published August 1, 2010; 359 pages
This book was fantastic and definitely lived up to the bar set by “The Iron King.” I flew through this book because the story was just so interesting. If I am not crazy, which is up to debate, “The Iron Daughter” was better than “The Iron King.” All the tension surrounding Ash, Meghan & Puck alone was enough to make me unable to put this book down. And once again, the author has built a world that you can visualize perfectly. Honestly, I immediately jumped into reading “The Iron Queen” right after “The Iron Daughter”, so the stories all intertwined in my poor little head. My reviews are never in depth because I like to keep the story open for interpretation to the readers of my blog. However, I do hope I can give you enough insight to decide if a book is for you!