a review of Throne of Glass

It’s been a long time coming but I finally did, I read Throne of Glass and now I’m hooked like a fish! Right from the first page I dove head first into Ardalan and the entire world of Erilea. Celaena is an assassin but not the kind you would expect. She makes all the men scared (the entire time she was guarded) and the ones who dare to try her… it never ends well. There was not one boring character, not one boring chapter. It has been a while since I read a fantasy book that has completely captured me down to the last word. A slight fangirl moment: I can not decide who I like more Dorian or Chaol, although I am leaning more towards Chaol, is very loyal and honest and just a good hearted person. He really wants the best for the world. But Dorian had my heart when he said he loved to read and although this is not a picture book, I feel like I can see how handsome Dorian is just by the say Sarah described him. But… but my heart always skipped a beat when Chaol would appear. I found myself looking forward to chapters he was in. But besides men, Celaena is completely her own person. She doesn’t need someone to define her although she is human enough to admit when she likes attention (we all do at some point). I wish to be brave and unafraid as her. Needless to say, I need to get my hands on the next book as soon as possible before I go crazy. I need to know what happens next after the madness that was the last few chapters.

a review of Throne of Glass

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