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ePub ✓ mobi Crown of Midnight ñ Free ☆ Sarah J. Maas ☆ She is the greatest assassin her world has ever known But does she have the heart of a killerAfter a year of hard labor in the Salt Mines of Endovier eighteen year old assassin Celaena Sardothien has won the king's contest to become the new rIen has won the king's contest to become the new royal assassin But Calaena is far from loyal to the crown Keeping up the charade while pretending to do the king's bidding will test her skills You can find the full review and about this book on my blog “But death was her curse and her gift and death had been her good friend these long long years” 5 BILLION STARS Don't get me started on the coverbecause you all know how much I appreciate these beautiesThis series has everything on it's perfectionstarting from the covers to the story and the charactersand everythingSimply perfection “Who said anything about shame She gestured down to her naked body even though it was covered by the blanket Honestly I'm surprised you're not strutting about boasting to everyone I certainly would be if I'd tumbled meDoes your love for yourself know no boundsAbsolutely none” Throne of Glass was a 5 star book for mebut comparing to this oneI don't knowthis stands out in every single wayThis is probably the best book I have read so far this yearI knew I will freaking love it from the first pageThe story is developedthe characters are tooand there's a moment where everything changesThat mind blowing moment that you should read to understand itto live it “What does that mean he demandedShe smiled sadly You'll figure it out And when you do She shook her head knowing she shouldn't say it but doing it anyway When you do I want you to remember that it wouldn't have made any difference to me It's never made any difference to me when it came to you I’d still pick you I’ll always pick you” The story follow Celaenanow officially the king's championdoing his dirty workThe king sends her to kill people but she fakes every deathThis trick becomes harder day by daybecause she puts in risk the people she lovesher friendsher freedom and her beingShe is torn between two protectorsChaol and Dorianwho fight for her in different waysBut there comes a darker forcewhich Celaena has to fightbecause it is her destinyeven if you wants or not “Why are you cryingBecause she whispered her voice shaking you remind me of what the world ought to be What the world can be” If you remember my review of Throne of Glassyou would know that I did not loved Celaenaespecially at the beginningbut goshshe is now of my favorite characters I have ever read aboutShe is strongand loyal and beautiful and has that weird sense of humorthat I truly digwhat can I sayI am in love “The rest of the world uieted into nothing In that moment after ten long years Celaena looked at Chaol and realised she was home” My favorite part was when Archer kidnapped Chaol and Celaena went to save himThat entry in the warehouse was phenomenal and so bad ass view spoiler Rest in peace Nehemia hide spoiler

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In an entirely new way And it certainly isn't the only point of confusion for the young girl Because though she's made her choice between Dorian and Chaol the ways of the heart are never simp upon reread ive decided to bump up my rating knowing how the story plays out over the span of 7 books its allowed me to view this with a different perspective when i first read this i didnt like how much page time is focused on boring history but now i can really appreciate all of the top notch foreshadowing thats going on everything else in my original review still applies firstly wow i think this might be better than the first book and i actually really liked 'throne of glass' so thats saying somethingsecondly i saw a status update the other day where someone expressed their frustration with how women in novels specifically YA are too often portrayed as fierce and dangerous while i agree that kindness and gentleness should also be represented i have to say that i live for my ruthless and downright deadly ladies for me reading about celaena about an assassin is insight into a world i would never experience in a million years i dont have a violent bone in my body i actually think my body is programmed with a ‘flight and flight’ response so i love being able to experience what its like for someone to have so much conviction that she would literally kill for what she believed in that is the beauty of books my friends so give me a merciless assassin any day of the week you go girl see ya in book #3 ↠ 45 stars

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Crown of MidnightShe is the greatest assassin her world has ever known But does she have the heart of a killerAfter a year of hard labor in the Salt Mines of Endovier eighteen year old assassin Celaena Sardoth Shit seriously just went down Oh wow where do I start with this seuel I wasn't even sure I was going to read it when I recently finished Throne of Glass and found it entertaining but a poor excuse for fantasy You want to know what Crown of Midnight felt like It was like the author listened to every piece of criticism I could have thrown at the first book listened to everything I loved and everything that irritated me and then wrote a perfect kind of book The kind I wanted the first one to be; the kind I hadn't dared to hope she might produce in this seuel There was action nastiness character development surprises complications sexy no love triangle all of this and a well placed never saw it coming twist Ms Maas consider me impressedCrown of Midnight takes a huge step away from the tame romanticbitchy drama of its predecessor and opens up a story that is a bigger bloodier and meaner than I think many readers will be expecting Celaena gets to fully explore all aspects of what it means to be an assassin in this book; she is tested constantly and you can see her growing and changing and learning as the story progresses And this story is one tumultuous journey of extremely high ups and unbelievably low downs with Celaena taking relationships to all new levels and watching others fall apart Old enemies resurface and we start to get a glimpse of just how big the picture Maas is painting for us actually is One of the strengths of this book is having no idea how it's going to end You might think that's a given but Throne of Glass introduced us to a plot that was fairly easy to see mapped out We are told of the challenges Celaena must compete in and win we know that's what the book is moving towards and it isn't too much of a leap to assume that one way or another Celaena is going to emerge victorious Not in this book This book starts with a blank slate any mysteries or troubles that are to come are completely unknown to us so every turn the plot takes is a surprise and every surprise is thrilling I can't wrap my head around just how much better this seuel is Maas has already grown as a writer and storyteller making me wonder what she can possibly have in store for us nextThe characters are also so much better developed in this book Maas is brave enough here to allow the main characters to make mistakes do the wrong things and test our ability to like them Well I don't know about you but the new dimensions to their personalities their faults and weaknesses only served to make me like them Dorian surprised me most of all In Throne of Glass Dorian feels like something of a plot tool a pretty little obstacle to Celaena and Chaol's romance The scenes with him felt like filler between the parts I was actually waiting for But not in Crown of Midnight In this Dorian emerges as an interesting character with secrets of his own; he makes sacrifices for the people he loves and his importance to the bigger story starts to become apparent In shortThrone of Glass Romance love triangle pretty dresses one dimensional characters little action Crown of Midnight Badassery twists nastiness betrayal action magic secretsIf you were so so about the first one and considering maybe reading this you have my thumbs up