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It is gloriously long and kept me occupied for an entire day night hours included making me crave to find out more, but also stop reading so that the book won't end just yet.
You think you know Celaena from reading the first two books, right? Oh, but you're so so wrong. In this book we see her more than broken, relentlessly blaming herself for the fates and "Enemy.
In this book we see her more than broken, relentlessly blaming herself for the fates and deaths of her beloved ones. She takes down her every shield, leaving nothing behind to shed her emptiness threatening to shatter her from the inside out.
I believe this was her turning point, the true crossroad in her life, making her see, accept and embrace all that pain, regret and self-loathing she carefully kept hidden inside her soul, etched into her dire and gruesome memories.
And I know this because I've been doing the same damn thing for two hundred years. Tell me, do you think you will go to some blessed Afterworld, or do you expect a burning hell? You're hoping for hell--because how could you face them in the Afterworld? We are able to witness how she became Celaena Sardothien, how her life changed forever on that fateful night ten years ago. But by facing all that sorrow and darkness, she's making a stand. She's slowly becoming a queen, one more powerful and deadlier that you could ever imagine.
Her character development is phenomenal, because through her new experiences she is stronger, wiser and more determined. Her fierceness was awe-inspiring and I loved that she's still the same stubborn, snarky and brave young woman, maybe with her ego a little bruised. She's not proud of who she's become, abandoning her kingdom and not fighting for rebuilding it for the past ten years, but she's ready to throw herself into battle to win back her land. To say that she's badass would be an understatement.
Celaena makes the transition from assassin to queen with the help of Rowan, a Fae Prince and my favorite new addition to the series.
Not that he is so eager to help, but in order to find answers about the Wyrdkeys and how to destroy them, she has to be worthy of entering Doranelle, the land where Queen Maeve awaits her to answer her questions. May I shout something? In the beginning, he's infuriatingly patient and stubborn, brooding and secretive. But when he opens up? And when he actually smiles?!? Scrap me off the floor cause I am hyperventilating. Cunning and wicked and brilliant.
Even when he beat the hell out of her. He's scary and intense, protective and defying, caring, but lethal when it comes to his enemies. Rowan is the no-nonsense type and I was glad there is finally someone who doesn't put up with Celaena's bullshit.
She throws a verbal punch? He throws one that will leave her with a black eye for the entire week. But they develop a friendship and something so important on the intimate level not talking about romance that it will warm your heart to realize that our girl finally has someone to fully rely on.
No secrets, no barriers, no judging left between them. They would die for each other, kill for each other, fight for each other. And when they work together, as a pair, as a team, they're astounding and terrifying. I don't care what you say and how much you protest. I claim you as my friend. He will win your heart regardless of the "team" you're in, because in the end he stands up to his father in a glorious way that had me cheering for him.
He is way more mature, weary of everyone and everything and you can see him becoming a true worthy king right before your eyes.
A lot of heartbreak and despair was in store for him and I guarantee it will all leave you in a pile of overwhelming feels. In addition to his wonderful character development, Dorian is moving on from Celaena. And I'm not sure I like who he's moving on with. Heck, I don't like that he's actually moving on.
But truth be told now, as much as I was against his new lady Sorscha, I was glad he got a little happiness and support to fight his growing loneliness, worries and magic. And you want to know why? Because freaking Chaol Westfall pretty much abandoned his friend when he needed him the most. Yeah, you read that right. And there were no words to convey it--only the love and the hope and the pride.
The sorrow at not knowing her as the woman she had become. The gift Aedion thought he was giving her in sparing Chaol's life. You should read his speech for yourself. This paragraph made me tear up.
Because Aedion was in love with a person who he hadn't seen for ten years. And he sacrificed himself more for Celaena rather than Chaol.
I think that's a really powerful decision and I wonder how Chaol will repay him. Also, as I read that, I was so scared that Aedion would die.
Maas really knows how to raise the stakes. But I did. And there is so much I wish I wish we could have done together, seen together. I thought wrong. As if he could piece her together. This reminds me of when John F. Kennedy was assassinated and his wife, Jacky, had apparently scrambled to put his bloody brains together.
Not because she truly believed she could put him back together like Lego blocks, but because there was so much shock in that moment that her brain likely told her there was something she could do to save him.
That he wasn't just shot. That the wound wasn't fatal. I feel so sad for Dorian. I have no clue when Dorian and Chaol will see each other again. And honestly, so much has changed between them and it's pretty crazy. Their bond is strong, stronger than the iron that suppresses Dorian. Though he still wished he'd gotten a chance to see her--just once.
I particularly loved the Tensions between factions. The introduction of more magic and mythological creatures made this book my favorite by far!
Abraxos is everything I want. I love the throne of glass series so much and after rereading The Heir of Fire for the gillionth time, I can actually explain why. After the insane cliffhanger at the end of the second book, made worse by the fact I couldn't find the heir of fire ANYWHERE The Heir of Fire explains that and more and delves deeper into Celena's character, the strained politics between empires and the dark magic that threatens the stability of the world.
Anyways, this will have some spoilers, so dont read unless u want to know. First of all, i rated the first book 4 stars, the second book 4. I love this book so much and i just finished re-reading it it is that great! After know about Roaelin thats the ship name for rowan and aelin , it is so obvious in this book that they are mates!
I loved that you could see how much stronger Aelin got. Her heat and soul were broken at the end of CoM, and rowan helped her put it back together. I really liked all of the different points of view, but i found mannon to be my favorite character!
I am so glad SJM added her to the story.