Book Review for: The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas
By SAMAMA, Sep 16 2019 05:05PM
Oh dear! What a journey this book has been. The Throne of Glass series was an epic tale that had an epic conclusion, and I’ve never felt so complete and at ease after finishing a book before, ever!
At some points in this novel, especially the last few moments during the epic war, specifically after The Thirteen died, and then Gavriel, I simply could not contain myself, my eyes were threatening me to leak in front of everyone, but still I held it in. But that didn’t stop my heart from weeping.
I think I’ll probably take a day off to grief for the people that never really excited in the real world, but somehow, they did. They existed in our minds and our hearts and it might sound a little silly, but I’ll always remember and cherish them whenever I pick these books up again.
I don’t think a day will be enough to forget them, though. Maybe a week? A Month? A year? How long does it take you to get over a book?
Okay, can we just stop for a minute and go crazy over how the author gifted us in this last book by adding a crossover from A Court of Thorns and Roses Series? It was the best crossover I had EVER EXPERIENCED. I wanted to yell with excitement when I realized it, but I obviously didn’t as it would’ve just made me look like a lunatic.
I think I’ve already extended my word limit for a review, BUT, oh my God, I loved the series so much. I won’t lie, it was a long commitment. It took me around 12 months to finish the series. I managed to read a few more books between this series as well, and also buddy read these with a dear friend of mine from a totally different side of this world, and ended up thinking just the same. So, that is the reason why it took me longer to finish them.
Without further ado, let’s get into the ratings:
Assassin’s Blade - 4.5/5
Throne of Glass - 4/5
Crown of Midnight - 4/5
Heir of Fire - 2/5
Queen of Shadows - 5/5
Empire of Storms - 5/5
Tower of Dawn - 4/5
Kingdom of Ash -5/5
Kingdom of Ash
by Sarah J Maas
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