Crown of Midnight
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien is bold, daring and beautiful - the perfect seductress and the greatest assassin her world has ever known. But though she won the King's contest and became his champion, Celaena has been granted neither her liberty nor the freedom to follow her heart. The... show more
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien is bold, daring and beautiful - the perfect seductress and the greatest assassin her world has ever known. But though she won the King's contest and became his champion, Celaena has been granted neither her liberty nor the freedom to follow her heart. The slavery of the suffocating salt mines of Endovier that scarred her past is nothing compared to a life bound to her darkest enemy, a king whose rule is so dark and evil it is near impossible to defy. Celaena faces a choice that is tearing her heart to pieces: kill in cold blood for a man she hates, or risk sentencing those she loves to death. Celaena must decide what she will fight for: survival, love or the future of a kingdom. Because an assassin cannot have it all ...And trying to may just destroy her. Love or loathe Celaena, she will slice open your heart with her dagger and leave you bleeding long after the last page of the highly anticipated sequel in what is undeniably THE hottest new fantasy series.
Publish date: 2013-08-15
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: Throne of Glass (#2)
This was my first Free Friday read and I got 6$ for it, yay! Bank: 87$ This is my second time reading this book and I liked it as much as the first time. There were so many details I forgot, I'm so happy I re-read it. In this book, there are way more hints about how Celaena really is and I don't u...
Not quite as fantastic as the previous book, but still really good. Not enough difference to lose a star. I'm getting some of my suspicions confirmed in this one. One thing about this book is that I feel like I've been running around inside those dark tunnels with Celaena, going round and round in t...
Who was I supposed to buddy-read this with? It happened in a comments conversation and now I can't for the life of me remember who it was. :(
I remember loving this the first time around, but I feel like I enjoyed Heir of Fire more than Crown of Midnight. If anything Maas know's how to write a heart breaking ending in these books. What happens with Chaol and Celeana in Crown of Midnight is so heartbreaking. Maas just needs to stop tearing...
What can I say about this book, or this series for that matter, that hasn't already been said? It's what kept me from writing a complete and comprehensive review of the first book, too, because so much has been observed and discussed already. There is a bit of a sophomore slump with second books i...