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Celaena Sardothien has survived deadly contests and shattering heartbreak—but at an unspeakable cost. Now she must travel to a new land to confront her darkest truth…a truth about her heritage that could change her life—and her future—forever.

Meanwhile, brutal and monstrous forces are gathering on the horizon, intent on enslaving her world. To defeat them, Celaena must find the strength to not only fight her inner demons but to battle the evil that is about to be unleashed.

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Comments on: "Heir of fire (Throne of glass) – Sarah J. Maas" (2)

  1. Ella A said:

    Sarah.J.Mass perfectly captured Celaena’s Emotions and doings. Celaena has just gotten sassier and sassier she knows what she wants and so she goes out to get it!
    Celaena now in search of the Wryd keys, she goes to Wendlyn. But little did she know she must unleash her past full of pain. She meets a fae prince along the way, she is sceptical about his ways, although she is drawn to him. During the book she discovers a beast which could destroy her and innocent citizens.
    Will she ever get the chance to save Adarlan?
    I found this book being really relaxed, but then really exciting. I would recommend this for older ages as some words/content would be harder to understand


  2. This book was written so well it managed to make me want to either rip my hair out, bawl my eyes out, or scream at the characters at some point during the story. Celaena was still one of my favourite characters, even after reading the first three books of this series. But I also loved Chaol and Rowan, because they were both courageous and the only two people in this book who were able to compete with Celaena’s sarcasm. My favourite part of the story was when Celaena went to see Queen Maeve at the end of the story and she scared Maeve and completely overpowered her, because it showed how strong and defiant Celaena was and how she wasn’t afraid to stand up to her superiors. I also loved all of the scenes when Rowan and Celaena were talking, because they were both so sassy and sarcastic that their conversations were always guaranteed to be entertaining. The only thing that I hated about this book, was the fact that Celaena and Chaol didn’t see each other at all throughout the whole plot. I would have loved for them to see each other at least once, but I understand that they couldn’t because of the idea of the storyline. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action books with magic included.


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