Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas – Book Review

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Celaena Sardothien was an unstoppable assassin, known all around for her skill and stealth. That was all before she was caught, and sent to the salt mines of Endovier, which few survive. After enduring a year, she is summoned to Rifthold to represent the Crown Prince of Adarlan in a competition to serve as the king’s champion and eventually earn her freedom. When her competitors are murdered under very suspicious circumstances, Celaena must delve into the history of her nation and the secrets it holds.

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A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

a court of Thorns and Roses

Meet Feyre, a 19-year-old who has been the sole provider for her family ever since her father lost all of his wealth years ago. Her sisters, Elain and Nesta, are adamant that they won’t do any work to aid the family’s survival, so one day when she is out hunting, she kills a wolf to sell it’s pelt. She soon finds that the wolf she killed is more than it seems, and its people want revenge for the wolf’s death. In return for her life being spared, Feyre is sent across the border into the mysterious Prythian, a land with faeries long speculated about by the Human Lands. As her bond with Tamlin, her captor, deepens, she is forced to decide whether her loyalties lie with the mortal world or the faerie realm that is now threatening the safety of humans…

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