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Throne of Glass – Sarah J. Maas – Book Review
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THRONE OF GLASS BY SARAH J MAAS BOOKTALK
Celaena Sardothien has spent the past year in the slave mines of Endovier. She's the world's best assassin, but she was betrayed…. The Crown Prince offers her a deal; Celaena represents him in a tournament to find the king a champion to use as his personal assassin, and after four years, she can finally reclaim her freedom. Celaena is all at once provoked by the prince, protected by the captain of the guard and befriended by a foreign princess… and someone starts picking off the contestants. Maas's world is rich in culture and history. Ten years ago, however, the king banned magic, slaughtered many Fae and began his overthrow of royal families.
See Featured Authors Answering Questions. To answer questions about Throne of Glass , please sign up. Chelsey Westergard The first book was pretty clean, although "dark". I couldn't finish the 5th book though. It took a big turn and had some pretty descriptive sex scenes.