Monday, August 12, 2013
Review: Crown of Midnight
Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
After many hard trials including a year of slave labor in Endovier and fighting many skilled assassins, Celaena has earned the right to become the king's personal assassin. What the king doesn't know is that Celaena is not loyal to him. She pretends to kill his enemies, but is really assisting them in fleeing for their lives. Her newest task will push her in new frightening directions and force her to question the loyalty and motives of those closest to her.
Crown of Midnight picks up shortly after the conclusion of the previous book and readers are quickly enveloped in Celaena's plight. Will her heart choose which man it prefers? Can she keep her hidden agenda secret? Who can she trust with her secrets? Maas does not disappoint readers who fell in love with the characters in Throne of Glass and this action packed story with new layers of intrigue will delight these returning readers. As I came to the conclusion of this book I was staring at the last page going "OMG, OMG,OMG!"
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