“She was the heir of ash and fire, and she would bow to no one.”
Hello Book Nation,
I’m back with the third book in the Throne of Glass series to review. Sit back and relax while i talk about my many feels and thoughts from Heir of Fire
Beware there are spoilers, only if you haven’t read Crown of Midnight or Throne of Glass.
My Rating: 5/5
Release date: 2nd September 2014
Series: the third book in the Throne of Glass Series
Issue: paperback, brought
My thoughts: (once again their are things in here i do not consider spoliers, there things you would find on the back of the book, but if ur concerned wait until after you have read it)
This series just go a hell of a lot better. Before it was a solid 10/10 now it is a solid 100000/10. This book stepped it up a whole another level.
Celaena Sardothien is no longer in Rithold but now in Wendlyn, the land of the fae. Well it’s not called the land of the fae but magic has not been banished here so let the magic roam wild!
Celaena was sent her to kill the members of the royal family over here but she isn’t about that anymore and hates the King so she isn’t going to kill him.
Instead, Queen Maeve of the fae has heard of her arrive and sent the Prince Rowan to go and find Celaena. There isn’t much to him finding her, she just finds her on a roof smelly and drunk then tells her to come with him and off they go. The moment she sees Rowan i started to ship them. I believe Celaena and Chaol won’t happen again, she might forgive him but she won’t forget. Plus she tried to kill him and i don’t think he is over that. And let’s not forget that Chaol seems a little annoyed at this whole magic thing and isn’t handling it well.
But apart from that, Celaena is now sent to train with Rowan until she reaches a level Maeve is okay with. In the mean time Manon, who i will admit was annoying at first, is dealing with her many witch issues. Her coven, the Thirteen, and herself are to compete to become the wind leader and her coven (so like only Manon will be the wind leader they just follow).
While Manon’s parts in the beginning where a little bit boring at the end they were SO GOOD!
Dorian back at the castle is finding a new romance with Sorscha and also dealing with Aeedion Ashryver (i’ve decided if i ever have a son i am naming him Aeedion). And Chaol is here to helping with whatever is going wrong. They are all pretty much dealing with the rebellion which is out to look for Aelien Ashryver Galathynius.
Back with Celaena and training, A new threat has arise, the valg Princes, send to pretty much kill everyone and take over. So now it is up to Celaena and Rowan plus the rest of demifae to band together and defeat these creatures. I believe there were three valg princes and many soldiers.
Celaena’s new found fae powers are the only chance they have. If she can manage to shift and control her powers. Did i mention Dorian also has a little magic back over at the Glass Castle. But how, isn’t magic banished over there?
speaking of banishing magic, how was banished?
I’ve already told you that i love Celaena and Rowan together. But i also like Dorian and Sorscha together. Chaol at the moment i don’t like, he needs to get on board this whole magic thing. Aeedion though, he is so protective of Aelin and i love it. I don’t care what he did with the Bane he is back and ready to serve his Queen. Ready to take his blood oath. did i tell you that Rowan has taken the blood oath to Queen Maeve? well he has.
This book was the serious turning point in the series. everything in this book is so well planned out. AND I WAS ONLY TRICKED ONCE. I actually managed to know what something was before it became known to everyone in the book. so yay!!!! but then i was also tricked again over something else.
This book did have me in tears. I can pretty much say that all the books did at some point.
That’s my sort of kind of review on Heir of Fire. Hope you enjoyed, until next time Book Nation.
Celaena has survived deadly contests and shattering heartbreak―but at an unspeakable cost. Now, she must travel to a new land to confront her darkest truth . . . a truth about her heritage that could change her life―and her future―forever. Meanwhile, brutal and monstrous forces are gathering on the horizon, intent on enslaving her world. Will Celaena find the strength to not only fight her inner demons, but to take on the evil that is about to be unleashed?
The bestselling series that has captured readers all over the world reaches new heights in this sequel to the New York Timesbest-selling Crown of Midnight. Packed with heart-pounding action, fierce new characters, and swoon-worthy romance, this third book will enthrall readers from start to finish.