Throne of Glass : review

Sarah J. Maas

Throne of Glass is a fairly unknown book *lined with sarcasm*. I, oh so much, enjoyed reading this book and its second book Crown of Midnight that came out this year.

The book is about Celaena Sardothien and how she was dragged before the Crown Prince after serving at  a salt mine for her crimes. This 18 year old assassin is given an option of being in a competition to determine who will becoming the new royal assassin. Her task is to beat the other competitors, thieves and assassins, and if she wins she will serve as the kings pet assassin for three years after which she is granted her freedom. After the contestants start mysteriously turning up dead she needs to figure out how before she becomes the next victim.

The books had lots of action yet still there was room for a bit of romance. It reminded me greatly of Graceling but still had it's differences. The next book will come somewhere during next year, and I'm already looking forward to it. Even though the books have multiple novellas, I still can't wait to read more on how everything will turn out.

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