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  • Paperback: 576 pages
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens (11 Sept. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1408839121
  • ISBN-13: 978-1408839126
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 3.9 x 19.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (261 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,029 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Celaena balances between the living and the dead, humans and faeries, while her world creeps toward a dreadful war between the great and the monstrous. I was afraid to put the book down! ... Celaena is as much an epic hero as Frodo or Jon Snow! (Praise for HEIR OF FIRE, bestselling author Tamora Pierce)

I believe the word "unputdownable" was created for this very book (Praise for 'Throne of Glass', Once Upon a Time)

Without a doubt the best fantasy book I have ever read in my life (Praise for 'Throne of Glass', K-Books)

Packed with brilliant, intelligent and witty characters, corrupted rulers, dark and good magic alike. The world-building is incredible, and the plot promises something even greater from the sequel . . . This is not one to be missed (Praise for 'Throne of Glass', Pen to Paper)

Like Cinderella's love story and the action and competition of The Hunger Games, handsome princes, ball gowns and deathly masquerade balls? Then this is the book for you! This book is going to be HUGE! (Praise for 'Throne of Glass', Dark Readers)

A rich and powerful sequel that will be loved by Throne of Glass fans everywhere! (Praise for 'Crown of Midnight', Bookworm Blogger)

Enthralling and well-paced, exhilarating and wonderfully-written (Praise for 'Crown of Midnight', Realm of Fiction)

With an ending that left me gaping in shock, my heart battered and my knuckles white, Crown of Midnight was a brilliant sequel and I can't wait to be back in Celaena's world again (Praise for 'Crown of Midnight', So Many Books, So Little Time)

There are seriously no words to explain how epic this book was. I am still sat here completely reeling from the ending and my head is just spinning from all the epic awesomeness that happened (Praise for 'Crown of Midnight', K-Books)

The plot is riddled with intrigue, and the fighting comes thick and fast. Crown of Midnight does not disappoint! (Praise for 'Crown of Midnight', Dark Readers)

Wow. Just . wow. So many things happened in this book. It took a completely different direction to anything I expected. It may be my favourite in the series yet (Praise for HEIR OF FIRE, Planet Print)

THE book of 2014 . I laughed, I bawled my eyes out and I never wanted this to end. A story of family, love, friendship, loyalty and self-discovery, steeped in Maas' signature style, the plot will leave you reeling and breathless for more (Praise for HEIR OF FIRE, Fiction in Fiction in Fiction)

Magic and fantasy come right to the forefront and it is credit to Maas that she can create not one kingdom but two that are so vividly described, so rich with detail and character plots (Praise for HEIR OF FIRE, Words Are the Key to Your Soul)

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Celaena Sardothien is more than a great assassin. As the world is about to find out . . . The heart-pounding, edge-of-your-seat third instalment to the Throne of Glass series is a New York Times bestseller and a must-read for fans of Game of Thrones

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Brilliant. Sarah J Maas is becoming my favourite author. Her writing style is engaging, engrossing, intelligent, and easy to follow. Her imagination and storytelling are amazing. This story is a lot slower than the Crown of Midnight; it concentrates more on the character development.

At the end of the last book we learned not only who Celaena Sardothien really is but also what she really is. Her relationship with Chaol is in tatters. Having "suggested" to the king to send her on a mission for her own protection, and cutting Prince Dorian out of the loop, Chaol is in no man’s land. Distancing himself from Dorian, for Dorian own protection, he starts to do his job notices some irregularities with a certain high ranking general. This forces Chaol to make some decisions of his own, how long can a good honourable man serve a tyrant like the King of Aldarlan and his many atrocities.

Dorian is more alone then he has ever been, but he does manage to find solace. Finding company is not really difficult for a handsome prince, but who can he trust. This is triply difficult as he has to not only keep his own actives which his father will not approve of secret, his friends secrets, and most of all his magic.

We are also introduced the Iron Teeth Witch Clans and especially Manon Blackbeak. Meanwhile Celaena detours from her mission and pursues her own agenda. Meeting forgotten and powerful relatives. Before she is allowed to get the answers she wants she must claim her heritage (her powers). She must learn to control them and master them all the while putting he shattered life and her past. I really like the way she has to train and relearn everything. Just because you are in a stronger body does not mean you can control it especially in a fight situation.
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By Mummy of Two TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Oct. 2014
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This is the third book in the series and has literally been unputdownable for me from start to finish. If I could give this book more than 5 stars I truly would although now I am weirdly left with an extremely empty feeling and feeling a bit bereft now that I have finished the book - please hurry with the next in the series Sarah J Maas! If you haven't read the first two books in this series (Throne of Glass: 1 & Crown of Midnight: 2 (Throne of Glass)) or are slightly struggling through the first (which has a lot to get to grips with) please do read them as you will not be disappointed especially when you get up to this book which is AMAZING and I am not exaggerating!

This book is non stop pretty much from the beginning and with the introduction of new characters such as Rowan Whitethorn (oh wow I could dream of him forever!), Aedion Ashryver and Manon Blackbeak along with Wyverns, Fae, Skinwalkers and other dark entity's (who's true identities and intentions become clear later on) the story has expanded and become impossibly more engrossing than it was and I have literally been gripped from start to finish. I have read some pretty amazing books so far this year but I think this is now the top runner for being my favourite of the year. I can't recommend this book and series enough.

First two books spoilers follow:-
Celaena or rather Aelin as we found out in the previous books has gone to Wendyln on the King of Adarlan's behest to kill Prince Galan Ashryver.
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When one reviewer said it was the best book so far I was a little doubtful - whilst most sequels do add to the story, it is rare that the third book in a series surpasses the first. Maas' writing, like Celaena, has clearly matured. The character development and the depiction of the world of Erilea is not oversold, but the book is rich with it. What also works really well is the split narration; focusing on at least three distinct parts of the world, and more than three perspectives, built tension and warmed me to the individuals, expanding the story far beyond Celaena's direct reach. To say that I would have happily read an entire book written from any one of these numerous perspectives is also telling of the dimensional figures and realms Maas has created.

We're building towards the big battle that the reader has always known Celaena must face, even if there were points she didn't know it herself, but what I really love about this book is how much it didn't feel like a prelude to action. What is so refreshing about this series is the clear forethought - the tale is well thought out and I've loved the inclusion of several more prominent and dimensional figures such as Aedion and Rowan, characters who definitely add and not detract from the main narrative thread.

One of my major bugbears with these type of books is what comes with walking the line between YA and normal fantasy - promising works fall to cliches and quite forseeable conclusions. This series does manage to avoid the majority of this and 'Heir of Fire' clearly departs into a more well-rounded novel in its own right. There is plenty intrigue hanging over the sides of each weaved story to keep me eagerly awaiting the fourth (and final?) book in the series. September can't come soon enough where this is concerned!
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