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The Iron Knight - Julie Kagawa This review was completed by Camille Morales, staff reviewer with the YA Fantasy Guide.When I finished The Iron Queen a few months ago, I was in a state of shock. I didn’t know there would be a fourth book, and the ending of that book left me devastated. Then, I found out about The Iron Knight, and I could not have been more excited. I’m Team Ash (even though I LOVE Puck), so I was looking forward to reading this story from his POV.This book does not disappoint. It may be my favorite one of the series. I loved Puck in this book as well. You get to see Ash’s past. You get to see how Puck feels at times. You get to see so many things—Puck and Ash’s friendship, how Ariella and Ash met…all of it. And you will love it, I promise.This book is basically about how Ash would do anything to be with Meghan. He is looking for a soul. He wants to be human so he can be with Meghan, because (obviously) being fey means he can’t touch Iron, meaning he can’t be with Meghan. And he swore he would find a way to be together. This book is filled with twists and turns. There are sides of Ash that are shown in this book, sides we have never seen. I loved it. He can be so many things at once.There were parts where I thought he wouldn’t make it. He would die and Puck would be with Meghan, and I did not want that to happen. There were others parts where I thought he would make it. You can never really know with this book. The only thing that’s for sure is that this book does not disappoint. I loved every minute of it, and I give it a 5/5 stars 