The Iron Queen

The Iron Queen

Book - 2011
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Meghan Chase, who is half faery, half human, knows that the struggle against the Iron Fey is not yet over and that they will tear her away from the banished prince she loves and force her into battles she may not survive.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Harlequin Teen, c2011
ISBN: 9780373210183
Branch Call Number: FICTION KAGAWA
Characteristics: 358 p. ; 21 cm


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Nov 14, 2018

That was so good!

It had all the good fighting bits of The Lord of the Rings movies, cheesy but adorable love confessions, and many lovable new (and old) characters. I think my only gripe was how staid Oberon and Mab's characters were, but they're oldbloods fixated in their cultures so I doubt they would experience an overnight change. But overall, I was here for the action, and I got it, so I'm all good, and tbh, I am even more excited for the next arc.

Jan 28, 2018

Okay I can sum this book up and tell you how I feel about Megan Chase .... I don't like you very much right now queen of iron for smashing Ash's ice heart what were you thinking !

Dec 12, 2016

This book was by far the most intense one yet! Being the third and last book of Meghan's adventures, we get to see a lot come to light in her perspective. I really shipped her with Ash from the first chapters, so I wasn't really antsy at all while reading this. The action was multitudinous and hardcore, so I really couldn't put this down. If I had the option to change anything in this book, I wouldn't change anything. I believe that my friend was very happy that I was enjoying the books. I haven't read any other books by this author, so I hope to get around to that soon. 5/5
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

LibrarySugdiyona Dec 08, 2015

i read the first two, so far its been a good journey. i hope the third one is as much as good. :)

I read it, there are no words to describe, i cried a lot, everyone would read it, u won't regret, i put a hold to Iron knight and waiting, hopefully its faster.

Aug 22, 2015

Really good series. Not one of those that disappoint you after reading the third or fourth.

Feb 01, 2014

So good. I can't get enough of this series, it's just amazing! Absolutely love it.

Jul 16, 2013

The ending was a little disappointing, the solution Meghan came up with seemed more than a little unrealistic. The ending left me frustrated as well.
The book isn't all too bad, but sort of a disappointment, I was expecting more after two really good books.
I'll still continue on in the series, hope it picks up a bit.

Jul 12, 2013

I cried. I cried a lot.

Jul 02, 2013

Not expecting the ending but it was a great book!!!

VaughanPLAlexandra May 13, 2013

Well, I really, really loved the first book. And then I was somewhat disappointed by the second (kinda how it went with The Hunger Games trilogy), but the third book….the final verdict – very enjoyable! Twists, magic, romance, sword fights – it’s got it all!

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Aug 16, 2012

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Jul 26, 2011

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over


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Jul 06, 2011

"Oh, goodie," Puck said as I stepped forward. " I'm going to have a rash in the most uncomfortable places." - Puck

May 19, 2011

"I wished that, for once, faery tales – real faery tales, not Disney fairy tales – would have a happy ending."

May 19, 2011

"Looks like nobody’s home,” Puck said, turning in a slow circle. “Hellooooooooo? Anybody here?”

“Be quiet, Goodfellow,” Ash growled, peering into the shadows with narrowed eyes. “We’re not alone.”

“Yeah? How do you figure that, prince? I don’t see anyone.”

“The cait sith has disappeared.”

“ … Crap.”

- PUCK and ASH


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Jun 24, 2011

Megan Chase is exiled to the human world, along with Ash, the former winter prince. I felt their relationship really evolved in this book; in the last two it was a forbidden love and he was the cold, mysterious prince who may like her... or not. In this one, he's a lot more friendly and open. He's willing to stop playing games, tell her how much he loves her, and then get down on his knees and declare himself her eternal protector. I never really liked the Puck-Megan-Ash love triangle that much, so I was glad that in this book he finally realizes that Megan's with Ash, and that he and Megan are only ever going to be friends. (In fact, I'm just kind of over love triangles in general; it seems like there's a rule that all YA novels now have to have them) ---See full review here:


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Jul 26, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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