Throne of Glass Book Review

Throne of glass


In a realm devoid of enchantment, where a monarch wields an unyielding grip, a summons is extended to an assassin within the castle’s walls. Her purpose isn’t regicide, but rather the attainment of her own liberty. To secure her release from captivity and assume the role of the king’s champion, she must best twenty-three adversaries encompassing killers, thieves, and warriors. Her appellation is Celaena Sardothien.

The heir to the throne will goad her, while the leader of the palace guard will stand as her shield. Yet within the Throne of glass resides a malevolent force, poised not only to eliminate her but to extinguish everything. As her fellow contenders meet a series of untimely demises, Celaena’s struggle for emancipation transmutes into a battle for survival, an urgent expedition to unearth the malevolence before it consumes her world.

About The Author Of Glass Of Throne

sarah j maas

Sarah Janet Maas (born March 5, 1986) is an American fantasy author known for her fantasy series Throne of Glass,A Court of Thorns and Roses,[1] and Crescent City. As of 2022, she has sold over twelve million copies of her books and her work has been translated into 37 languages.[2]


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