Just like the other books in the Throne of Glass series, this fourth book is full of adventure, action, and mystery. A lot of things happen in this book and I’m a bit confused about my review because on one hand, I really love this book and series, but on the other hand Queen of Shadows was a bit of a disappointment.
Sarah J. Maas introduces some new awesome characters in this book and let us get to know Celaena much better.
I found this book being slower and not as much action as Crown of Midnight but in a good way. This book is more about character development and it is phenomenal. Each and every character in this book develops and grows into someone much more complex and interesting.
Wow! Just wow! I really can’t get over everything that happens in this book – a lot and I really mean A LOT of things happen and it’s great! I’m both shocked and really impressed with how much better this sequel is. I feel like the series has a deeper plot and that there is so much more to come. Continue reading →
I am very happy that I decided to read this book and this series!
This is the story of the world most notorious assassin – the 18-year-old Celaena Sardothien. After serving a year hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier, she gets an offer by the crown prince Dorian – her freedom on one condition: she must act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin. Continue reading →