Oh, Mrs Kagawa, what did you do to me?Let me get this straight _ I still don't really like Meghan and she's repeatedly annoyed the hell out of me – expecially in the first 40% of the book or so, but still the Iron Fey books are very good and Kagawa could become one of my auto-buy authors. I sure as hell keep an eye out.In the Iron King Meghan's been introcued to the Nevernever and kills the Iron King. Although she has to deal a bit with that in the Iron Daughter, it's not the real thing – her powers have been dimmed and she had to find this weird cepter. Now she has the time, being an exile and all. So in the third book, the last one written in her POV, I think, she has to face the concequences of what had been happening when she killed the Iron King.It's wonderful to see her growing up, growing into her powers and accepting them as a part of herself. Also, the end of the novel was very satisfying. She finally wasn't as annoying as she was in the beginning. - Although I have to admit that I would have loved to kill her when she got so freaking mad at Puck, even if I see why she was. I just often found myself wishing she was more mature.. Or maybe just less naive.I still wonder why the Iron King did, what he did ( giving her his powers) and I also still don't see why Ash loves her, but that's mostly the case because Kagawa couldn't convice me in the prequels. I actually found myself liking Ash and Meghan as a couple in this book.The whole Team Puck/Ash thing is beyond me. There wasn't a real contest anyway, right?