Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas | Throne of Glass

I have been going on and on about Sarah J. Maas’ books for the better part or a year now and I will likely not stop recommending them to you, so bare with me (and take my advice to read them, because you will not regret reading them).

The synopsis: 

The King of Adarlan is merciless. That didn’t stop Celeana from becoming his champion even though she is far from loyal to the crown. 

Keeping up that façade is becoming more and more difficult, especially after Celaena realizes that she is not the only person who wants justice for the King’s cruelty. Celaena uncovers secrets buried deep in the glass castle and that impacts her closest relationships. 

Those revelations come at a cost and she loses someone very dear to her. That is when Celaena must make a choice and decide who and what she will fight for.


What I loved about this book: This book is one of those that will keep you on the edge of your seat and you are very likely to binge-read it. I have read it several times now and it’s still so exciting as it was the first time. I loved the friendships and the character dynamics and this book is a big turning point for the series. It’s one of my all-time favorite books and I still remember how my heart sank the first time I read it!

What I didn’t like: …the heartbreak…

A quote: “Why are you crying?”
“Because,” she whispered, her voice shaking, “you remind me of what the world ought to be. What the world can be.”

My rating: 5/5 stars

 

Which was your favorite book from this series and what do you think of the many turns and twists?

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Read more:

The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas | Throne of Glass

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas | Throne of Glass 

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