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Perfect third book in the series!
von Hannah (PSIloveThatBook) aus Köln am 12.03.2017

THE WORLD: So in this book we travel to Wendlyn, the kingdom where magic is still alive and very much at use. Celeana is on the mission to fins Maeve but to be granted permission to enter Doranelle she has to master he magic among the demi-fae (not full... THE WORLD: So in this book we travel to Wendlyn, the kingdom where magic is still alive and very much at use. Celeana is on the mission to fins Maeve but to be granted permission to enter Doranelle she has to master he magic among the demi-fae (not full breed fae). In a meantime there are also some things happening in Adarlan and The Gap where the witches gather. It is an amazing world full of magic, fae and just pure awesomeness! CHARACTERS: Celeana aka Aelin really grows in this book, she comes to Wendlyn broken and on the edge of giving up completely but leaves it a strong princess who is out for revenge! I have to admit, in the beginning reading about whiny Celeana was a little bit too much for my taste, I hate how she blames herself for all the evil int he world. But then she met Rowan...rrrr.....the immortal fae warrior who is hot hot hot and helps her train and well..Celeana really becomes the princess! It just makes you shiver reading how strong she becomes, how she handles Maeve and takes Rowan as her first member of Terassen court! It was so so good I am rather out of words here! In Adarlan, we still read about Chaol and Dorian. Chaol is still the knight of my heart and he does everything to help Celeana and Dorian. Man of true heart! I love you Chaol, please save me from the evil in the world! But Dorian, on the other hand, oh he is no longer a little puppy who needs protection, I love how he grows, how he changes...in the end of the book Chaol declares him as a true king and I agree, Dorian is worthy of that title, he really becomes a real king! And then we have a new character introduced to us - Aedion. At first glance you hate him but then...oh then you get to know him and absolutely fall for him. He is like Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl! Additionally, we get to read a side story in this book concentrating on Manon, the ironteeth witch. At first you do not like her and frankly I did not understand why she was even in the book. But then...once again Sarah J. Maas does it! In the end you just start loving her! And it all makes sense and you are just so happy you got to read about her! LOVE: It was just so good! No more love triangles! In this book it is all about Celeana growing herself and Chaol loving her eternally. My heart is glowing pink! PLUS: The fact that I had a chance to read this book is already a huge plus to my life! It was purely amazing and I am really struggling here with words! Everything in this book was just perfection! EXTRA: I have QoS on my shelf but I think I will wait a few days for my heart to calm down as I have heard it will be even more amazing which is my dear readers is just not humanly possible! EXTRA II: I have British and American covers and I know many people love British covers more but I have to admit, when it comes to Throne of Glass series I love American covers more! They are just much more colorful!

Gelungener 3. Teil
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Münchendorf am 09.11.2016
Bewertet: Taschenbuch

Diese Reihe lässt mich nicht mehr los! Diesmal kommen die Fae ins Spiel, und es gibt wieder einige Überraschungen - unputdownable!!

What?
von Beyza Ari aus Berlin am 16.05.2016
Bewertet: Taschenbuch

I have to admit that I have had troubles getting into this series, mostly because of the many many personalities our protagonist has. There is Celaena Sardothien, the assassin, Lilian (was that her name) the girl from the court and now Aelin. All of these girls, which happen to... I have to admit that I have had troubles getting into this series, mostly because of the many many personalities our protagonist has. There is Celaena Sardothien, the assassin, Lilian (was that her name) the girl from the court and now Aelin. All of these girls, which happen to share a body have different boyfriends so imagine the trouble with the ships... And that was what bothered me most. The way certain characters are being treated by Aelin, because the author wants to introduce us to a new love interest is insulting to all the shippers. Unfortunately that has made me feel very judgemental towards Celaena and her new love interest even though it's not his fault that she has been overreachting. BUT I have to admit that now the plot starts to stricken and it does get very gripping. Especially every page with the newly introduced Manon Blackbeak has gotten my special attention and interest. To come to a conclusion, firstly love interests suffer a lot but the plot is worth it.