Julie Kagawa Writing Styles in The Iron Daughter

Julie Kagawa
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Point of View

The Iron Daughter is written in the first person, from the point of view of Meghan Chase, the book's main character and protagonist. Meghan is a reliable narrator, always telling the truth as she sees it, even when that truth does not show her in the best light. Meghan does not understand everything about the complex Faery world, since she has only been there for five months, so the reader is able to learn about the various inhabitants, their traditions, and their abilities along with her. At times it is possible to see truths that elude Meghan, based on her description of events. For example, when Meghan is devastated because she thinks Ash no longer loves her, the savvy reader can tell that Ash is only pretending to be indifferent. Meghan is relieved when Ash later reveals the truth, that he pretended not to care because...

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