Book Review for: The Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas
By SAMAMA, Apr 24 2018 06:07AM
Celaena Sardotheien is officially my most favorite female fictional character. I love Sarah J Maas for writing such books that have badass and strong female characters in them.
I hate to love the fact that Sarah J Maas can hit me right in the gut with her heart wrecking books every. Single. Time. And I go right back into reading another one of her amazingly written novels.
The fighting scenes, the plot, the creativity, everything was completely on point! So much so that even 650 pages of this book wasn’t enough for me.
My favorite quote: “Life isn't easy, no matter where you are. You'll make choices you think are right, and then suffer for them.”
If you’re not a Sarah J. Maas fan, you totally will be once you pick and read literally ANY of her books. If you’re starting the Throne of Glass series and you’re confused on where to start, I suggest you start with The Assassin’s Blade.
This book is about the most feared and trained assassin Celaena Sardotheien and her back story, about her life before the book Throne of Glass. It’s a super interesting and entertaining book. If you liked reading Crooked Kingdom, you’ll love reading this too.
I will give this book a 4.5 out of 5 stars.
P.S I’ll be reading the whole series from this novel and I’ll be posting short reviews for each of it instead of a long one so that the ToG reviews won’t bore you.
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