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Download Heir of Fire Book ð 576 pages ↠ Lost and broken Celaena Sardothien’s only thought is to avenge the savage death of her dearest friend as the King of Adarlan’s Assassin she is bound to serve this tyrant but he will pay for what he did Any hope Celaena has of destroying the king lies in answers to be found in Wendlyn SacrificingLost and broken Celaena Sardothien’s only thought is to avenge the savage death of her dearest friend as the King of Adarlan’s Assassin she is bound to serve this tyrant but he will pay for what he did Any hope Celaena has of destroying the king lies in answers to be found in Wendlyn Sacrificing his future Chaol the Captain of the King’s Guard has sent Celaena there I'm not sure what to say about Heir of Fire Perhaps I don't need to say anything beyond it took me months to read it And I am the kind of crazy passionate reader that finishes good books in a day or two It's been a while since a book took me longer than a week to readSo basicallyI liked but had issues with Throne of GlassI absolutely LOVED Crown of MidnightBut this book this book was so bloody sloooooowwwwwwwI wanted to DNF it so bad I kept moving it between my currently reading and on hold shelves I kept wondering if I could possibly just skip the last two thirds of this book and somehow pick the story up in next installment I was informed that I could not I have invested so much time and love in this series and these characters that I simply had to make myself finish but holy shit it was such a struggleThe majority of this book?So Maas tries to experiment with a bit of something different here and it neither a works nor b fills me with much confidence for the state of the rest of the series I'm seeing the way this whole thing is goingBook one was fantasy lite with a simplistic plot filled with characters lacking in any real development to distinguish them from others in the genre but it was fast paced sugary entertainment Book two cranked it up several notches; here the characters became fleshed out and nuanced the plot was eually engaging but complex and clever and there was way badassery No complaints at all And then we arrive at book three Heir of Fire feels like an attempt to be sophisticated It is well written contains several stories told through constantly changing POVs and it is than a hundred pages longer And it is far far slower Maas sacrifices everything deliciously fast paced and compelling about her series in the first half so we can be introduced to a whole new cast of characters we don't care about be taken through different all boring perspectives and emerge feeling like we've read an extremely long filler bookDorian's new romance only served to remind me why I found him unbearably boring in the first book Celaena now in Wendlyn meets a whole set of new people who failed to make any kind of impression on me Even Chaol whom I absolutely loved in both other books lost his charm somewhere amid his own boring plot line And just when I thought I might be starting to get invested in one of the stories the chapter would end and I would leave the story of interest for at least fifty pages guaranteeing that I would no longer care when we finally returnedThe most annoying thing about this book is how it wasn't even consistently slow We'd get tiny little tidbits of awesome that would last a mere two or three pages and I would sit up a bit straighter and think This is it Finally we're getting to the good stuff until I realised it was just a false alarm and the story was still boring If I'm to give credit where it's due I will say that I like the way Maas portrays friendships and makes them as important if not important than the romantic relationships It's an area of YA so often neglected and I find it especially refreshing to see a platonic relationship between young male and female characters crafted so wellI will be reading the next book just because I have to give it a shot but my expectations have been significantly loweredBlog | Leafmarks | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Tumblr

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To protect her but her darkest demons lay in that same place If she can overcome them she will be Adarlan’s biggest threat – and his own toughest enemy While Celaena learns of her true destiny and the eyes of Erilea are on Wendlyn a brutal and beastly force is preparing to take to the skies Will Celaena find the strength not only to win her own battles but to fight a w 55 ⭐Full review on my Blog The Dacian She Wolf 🐺 stares blankly in space trying to think a way of living life now after this book destroyed meI just don’t even know what can I say about this book It’s like everything I try to say gets validated and discarded at the same time It feels frustrating and I am still not going to cope with it any time soonIt is always very hard for me to write reviews for the Throne of Glass books I mean it is somehow impossible I thought Crown of Midnight was hard to write but holy gods I think this one beat it I don’t even want to think in how many ways the rest of the series is going to murder meA very important part of this book is Rowan Whitethorn a Fae warrior prince who will initially seem the most obnoxious creature on earth but until the end of this book you’ll fall completely in love with him His harshness and heart of stone are only the veils that cover Rowan’s true spirit – a gentle spirit; an honourable man with a true sense of loyalty „Loyalty is earned not given” Another important part of the book is the apparition of Aelin’s long lost cousin general Aedion Ashryver His unshakable loyalty for his beloved cousin made him do atrocious things in the past ten years but he still believes in Aelin’s return and is ready to sacrifice anything and everything to help her reign over her people freeing them all saving their livesAnd if you thought I was done with important parts you’re awfully wrong There is yet another very important part of the book and that is the magnificent appearance of the Ironteeth witch Manon Blackbeak I don’t know how this happened maybe I am the only one maybe I am the one of the few maybe the one of the many but I love Manon I really do love her character and her story and it makes me feel so attached to her knowing all the wicked things she and her coven went through in order to become these lethal creatures heartless and soulless Let’s give a sister the appreciation she deservesI am sorry to announce though that throughout the book the most boring of all characters had to be Chaol I really am sorry I actually skipped a couple of his chapters Oops Until the end of the book though my heart got so warm with love for him and also for my pretty prince Dorian that I just couldn’t take it any Don’t want to sound too much but boy Chaol and Dorian really turned out to be the real OTP of the whole book and I am living for it As you already know and if you don’t let me enlight you I have a tendency to infiltrate some Romanianisms in my reviews I know I am the only one in this whole wide world to make connections between a book I read and my language and culture but IT IS TRUE AND IT REALLY GOES RIGHT in my heartIn Heir of Fire there is a particular celebration going on on some point in Mistward and that one is called Beltane which consists of bonfires being ignited at night for some brave people who are ready to jump across them for good luck and good lives Here in Romania we have this very same tradition minus the music and the food we only get sweets while attending Our celebration is called Focul lui Sumendru a Romanian tradition who is two thousand years old and it pretty much is the same as Beltane but as in book Beltane is held in spring our Foc is held in autumn in order to keep the autumn steady as long as it can to belate the harsh winter Pretty cool yeah but DO NOT TRY IT AT HOMEOkay now that I’ve also opened the celebration discussion and also closed it I would very much like to mention that it is very imperious if you allow me to say so that you do not read this book in public It gets very emotional and if you are like me then it is a very complicated job to contain yourself while reading itSeriously my face almost cracked while trying to repress a very unladylike word from getting out my throatAlso for my Romanians Have you ever experienced Focul lui Sumendru?Book inspired

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Heir of FireAr that could pit her loyalties to her own people against those she has grown to love?This third novel in the Throne of Glass seuence from New York Times bestselling author Sarah J Maas is packed with heart stopping action devastating drama and swoonsome romance and introduces some fierce new heroines to love and hate Perfect for fans of The Hunger Games and Game of Throne i love rereads i love taking the risk and seeing if a story is as good as you remember it being or if your feelings have changed in this case i enjoyed this book and series in general so much my second go around feelings that stayed the same gratitute for the information given about celaenaaelins past love for chaols character development appreciation for the insanely effective writing and world building feelings that changed i was no longer bothered by the characters being split up and sent different directions i immediately bonded with rowan whereas it originally took me until book #4 to do so manons chapters bored me for some reason this time aroundi am running out of ways to praise the masterpiece that is SJM storytelling she tends to be simple in her writing but a rawness and vibrancy comes through in that simplicity which makes the story easy to devour and this third installment is no exception; if anything its even better i loved learning about celaenas past which i have been desperate for since book one and i enjoyed seeing chaol develop as a character if i could change anything about this book however it would have been to not separate the main characters i hate it when the plot of a book allows for a separation because i spend the entire book waiting forever for everyone to be reunited again so i am very much looking forward to that reunion in the next book ↠ 45 stars