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  • Five Fantastic Stories!

    Yup. I definitely see what all the hype is about. This book was awesome! Each novella was creative, fun, and progressed with an overarching story. If I'm being totally honest with myself, I was annoyed with Celaena's arrogance at first since there was little "assassinating" going on. But that didn't last long. She's a unique character with a powerful voice and is formidable in combat. I liked watching her transition from glory to ruins, and she became way more complex with each new novella. It's hard to choose which story I liked the most but I would have to go with THE ASSASSIN AND THE UNDERWORLD. It felt like the most in-depth to me. But that's personal preference. Every novella was excellent and exciting for its own reasons, though a little predictable at times. I like learning Celaena's vulnerabilities and learning about her signature catch phrase (or at least what I assume it will be–– haven't read the other books yet), and it will definitely enhance the rest of the series now thatI know who she was compared to who she will become. I'll say this much: I do not envy her enemies for the hell she's going to unleash on them. The book did end on a spoiler (of sorts), but it just makes me instantly want to pick up THRONE OF GLASS and experience more of the adventures of this strong-willed, powerful, deadly young woman who still has secrets that are yet to be revealed. Not a book to be missed!

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  • Amazing Prequel!

    Author Sarah J. Maas has once again envisioned her readers to a whole new world, with her exquisite and imaginative writing; thoroughly detailed on every page. Bringing readers on edge as they read "The Assassin's Blade Novellas" - prequel to "Throne of Glass." A book that makes you dying to want more. With a terrific back story of how Celeana Sardothien ended up in slavery in Endovier; the darkness of her relationship with her mentor Arobynn Hamel, her journey and adventures with her companion Sam Cortland, and the deaths of many. Lots of twists and turns and moments where it makes your heart stop. Terrors that scores into many hearts of times that are hard to bare. Friendship? Allies? Love? Betrayal? Questions that will soon be answered.

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  • So much love

    I have so much love for this series and the emotional journey it takes me on in every installment. Sarah j. Maas is without a doubt my favourite author.

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  • addictive

    Loved it! Once you start reading it quickly captures you.

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  • Amazing read.

    I loved this book, it had a strong female lead with lots of action including betrayal, heartbreak and all out bloodlust. I couldn't put it down. Overall a really amazing read.

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