Throne of Glass
Publish date: 2012-08-07
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
Another re-read. I still don't enjoy this one nearly as much as The Assassin's Blade. Mainly because I miss Sam and Chaol doesn't compare at all. Still working through the rest since I just got back from vacation. Super nervous about the new one.
I have lots of friends who love these series and I was a bit reluctant to try them as sometimes things work out differently for some of us. Boy was I wrong. Because I have found my new favorite obsession! I only knew that this was a book about an awesome female assassin. And that's it. I think it wa...
This was much better than the prequel novellas book! However, I have to say that my understanding of the story was much enriched for having read that first, despite how boring it was.I felt I could connect a lot better to Celanea in this story and I enjoyed seeing her interactions with the other cha...
Throne of Glass was a bit underwhelming for me compared to The Assassin's Blade. I enjoyed it and still love Celaena but it was missing something. I think that big thing was Sam. I loved him so much I had a hard time getting into the next one. Celaena has been in Endovier for a year. Beaten and s...
Celaena Sardothien, renowned assassin serving out her life sentence in the salt mines of Endovier. She is approached by the crown prince (Dorian) and his captain of the guard (Chaol) and given a choice, remain in Endovier and surely die in the very near future as a result of the harsh treatment and ...
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