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  • Can't wait for the next one!!

    Another fantastic book by the brilliant Sarah J. Mass! Choal and Nesryn's story is a fantastic edition to the series with many twist sand turns and new information!! The continuation to the story is beautifully written with many new characters. A must read in the Throne of Glass series!!

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  • Town of Dawn - slightly better than I expected?

    A relatively quick fun book that is a necessary read for any fan of Throne of Glass fan as it delves more into the mythos of the Valg demons and other cultures It also gave way more characterisation to Nesryn and Chaol who were sidelined for the most part and were finally give voices and time spent on their own narratives. It could also be said for the re-introduction of Yrene who became another important figure in this main narrative.l Although I loved the hell out of Nesryn's slowly blossoming relationship with a a *very* swoonworthy Sartaq, the romance (involving Chaol and Yrene) was very underwhelming and felt slightly contrived as opposed to the more organic platonic relationship he had I read in the book. Kind of reminded me of Aelin/Rowan in Heir of Fire (before that got ruined in Queen of Shadows). I still hold the opinion that this book should have been integrated with the rest of the Throne of Glass series (maybe letting this book replace every unnecessary padding from Empire of Storms *especially* the lackluster/snorefest romance with Aelin/Rowan). Regardless I still recommend this to anyone who needs something to fill the void before we are given a conclusion to the Throne of Glass series.

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  • Maas' Best Work To Date

    In Short: I LOVED EACH AND EVERY SECOND OF THIS BOOK. It reminded me on the initial books in Sarah J Maas’ Throne of Glass series that I fell madly in love with and I don’t know if I have the WORDS to describe what this book meant to me. It was perfect, filled with plot twists that BLEW MY MIND and then some and I COULD NOT BE MORE EXCITED (and nervous) for the finale that comes out this May. I will admit that I wish this cover matched the white backgrounds of the rest of the series, but it doesn’t matter that much to me, because there was so much else to love about this book. Let’s break it down: REASONS I LOVED THIS BOOK: 1. THE PACE AND PROPER DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTERS: I went into this book a little sceptical. With the exception of two characters (okay, four, but you barely get to know the other two in The Assassin's Blade) this book was about to introduce you to a whole new CONTINENT filled with characters and I was nervous that I wouldn’t care about them/ the book wouldn’t make me care about them. I was WRONG. Tower Of Dawn has this medium pace through the book as we are introduced to a whole new court, whole new families and so many new traditions. I ADORED the world building that Sarah Maas did in Tower Of Dawn – it was brilliantly constructed and explained, rivalled only by her construction of the Night Court. 2. YRENE TOWERS AND NESRYN FALIQ: If you think that Sarah J Maas can only have powerful assassins/ shape shifters/ fae as her main characters, think again. Both Yrene Towers with her healer magic and her strong sense of self and Nesryn Faliq with her unflinching loyalty and warrior spirit FLOORED me with their strength and courage and I can’t wait to see the both of them again. 3. A WHOLE HORDE OF NEW PRINCES AND PRINCESSES: Of course Sarah Maas introduced a whole new slew of Princes and Princesses. I loved the cut throat world they lived in, and I ESPECIALLY fell in love with Prince Sartaq. I loved the part where Nesryn and he go to the Aerie, and meet his hearth family. He, and all the other Princes and Princesses, were so different from the ones I’ve been used to reading in Maas’ books and I LOVED IT. 4. A KINGDOM I GENUINELY WANT TO LIVE IN: Seriously, you guys, Antica is the accepting, teaching and loving world all of us dream of living in where there is no discrimination, hate or abuse. It was this PERFECT kingdom and I sat around FANGIRLING OVER IT. 5. SO SO MANY PLOT TWISTS: I WILL NOT TELL YOU WHAT THESE ARE, BUT THERE ARE SO MANY TWISTS THAT IMPACT THE WHOLE SERIES THAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN COMING AND YOU WILL FREAK OUT WHEN YOU DO. 6. THE LACK OF EXAGGERATION: One of my biggest problems with Empire Of Storms was the amount of repetitive praise that the characters gave the others as the POVs switched around. In their heads, of course, but after reading the same thing for over 600 pages, it got monotonous and boring. Tower Of Dawn, however, was the EXACT OPPOSITE of Empire of Storms in this manner. Mass’ introduced up to all her new characters subtly but surely and let their actions speak for themselves. It showed me AMAZING growth in her writing and now I can’t wait for the finale. 7. EVERYTHING ELSE - I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF THE TIME I SPENT READING THIS BOOK. It was one of Mass’ best works to date, and I was so sad when it got over. I honestly cannot believe that we’ll all have the finale in our hands in just a few months because I AM NOT READY FOR THIS SERIES TO END. A brilliant, perfect fantasy with unrivalled world building and character growth. 5 stars.

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  • Amazing!

    Love this series and it just continues to be incredible with every new book, I don't know what I'm going to do when the series finishes 😔..... Start again!

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  • Great side story

    Wonderful tale and well written. Can’t wait for the next book in the series

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