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“The Iron King” by Julie Kagawa

The Iron King by Julie Kagawa is the first novel in the renowned Iron Fey series. A captivating paranormal young adult fantasy, it follows the adventures of the spirited protagonist, Meghan Chase.

After discovering her true identity as part-fey, she embarks on a quest to save her younger brother, whom she discovers has been taken by the mysterious and powerful Iron King.


The Iron King follows Meghan as she sets off on her journey. With the help of her newfound fey companions and the sweet-talking half-goblin Puck, she dives deeper into a world of enchantment and danger.

Along the way, she uncovers dangerous secrets and must battle the mysterious Iron King in order to save her brother and restore balance to the two worlds.


The novel features a cast of unique and thrilling characters. Meghan is brave and determined, always ready to face the danger that awaits her.

Puck serves as her mischievous guide, helping her on her mission and keeping her out of trouble.

The Iron King is a powerful and mysterious figure, shrouded in darkness. The characters are well-developed and their relationships provide a rich and engaging backdrop for the story.


Kagawa’s writing is captivating and easy to follow. From the outset, her mastery of language and world-building draw the reader in and keep them hooked until the very end.

Her descriptions of the Fey realms in particular are vivid and create an atmosphere of tension and anticipation.


On the whole, The Iron King is a thrilling and captivating read. With its rich characters, enchanting world-building, and thrilling plot, it’s sure to appeal to fans of paranormal fantasy.

Kagawa’s writing is sure to keep readers absorbed from start to finish and the novel ends with a satisfying conclusion.

If you’re looking for an exciting and entertaining read, you can’t go wrong with The Iron King.

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