The Assassin's Blade

The Assassin's Blade

Contains all five novellas. Celaena Sardothien is Adarlan's most feared assassin. As part of the Assassin's Guild, her allegiance is to her master, Arobynn Hamel, yet Celaena listens to no one and trusts only her fellow killer-for-hire, Sam. In these action-packed novellas - together in one edition for the first time - Celaena embarks on five daring missions. They take her Contains all five novellas. Celaena Sardothien is Adarlan's most feared assassin. As part of the Assassin's Guild, ...

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Title:The Assassin's Blade
Author:Sarah J. Maas
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:1408852594
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

The Assassin's Blade Reviews

  • Wendy Darling
    Jul 07, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

  • Melanie
    Aug 31, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? (X) I'm not a big fan of the Throne of Glass series, to be honest. The world-building, the narrative and the stories are undeniably terrific except the characters. I couldn't even connect to Celaena Sard...

    hi just wanted to let ya?ll know that this book crushed what was left of my soul ...

    I really wanted to read this novella bind-up in preparation for Empire of Storms! These five individual stories actually line up chronologically and tell a pretty fluent big story. I wasn't expecting that, so I was pleasantly surprised. Instead of five completely different and random s...

  • Lindsay Cummings
    Jul 20, 2015

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? (X) I'm not a big fan of the Throne of Glass series, to be honest. The world-building, the narrative and the stories are undeniably terrific except the characters. I couldn't even connect to Celaena Sard...

    hi just wanted to let ya?ll know that this book crushed what was left of my soul ...

    I really wanted to read this novella bind-up in preparation for Empire of Storms! These five individual stories actually line up chronologically and tell a pretty fluent big story. I wasn't expecting that, so I was pleasantly surprised. Instead of five completely different and random s...

    I LOVE THIS DAMN BOOK I'm going to work my way through an entire reread of this series and I'm sooooo excited! I honestly forgot how much I love this book. ...

    I love this series so much it kills me. Celaena+Sam=ugly crying ...

  • Catriona (LittleBookOwl)
    Feb 24, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

  • Sarah (Starry Night Reader)
    May 19, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    Apr 01, 2015

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

  • Sandra
    Aug 22, 2013

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

  • jessica
    Oct 23, 2018

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more
    Mar 24, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

  • Maureen
    Jun 10, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

  • Whitney Atkinson
    Sep 03, 2015

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]
    Dec 20, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

  • Candace
    Jan 07, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Sep 08, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Aug 17, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

  • Lyanna (I need a Herondale in life)
    Mar 28, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

  • P
    Jan 29, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? (X) I'm not a big fan of the Throne of Glass series, to be honest. The world-building, the narrative and the stories are undeniably terrific except the characters. I couldn't even connect to Celaena Sard...

  • Angela
    Jan 03, 2015

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

  • Warda
    Sep 17, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

  • ambsreads
    Jul 29, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

  • Celine Lindeskov
    Nov 06, 2014

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

  • Bangadybangz
    Sep 27, 2015

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

  • Mikee Andrea (ReadWithMikee)
    Jan 08, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Apr 17, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
    Aug 18, 2016

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

  • Caitlin
    Jul 16, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? (X) I'm not a big fan of the Throne of Glass series, to be honest. The world-building, the narrative and the stories are undeniably terrific except the characters. I couldn't even connect to Celaena Sard...

    hi just wanted to let ya?ll know that this book crushed what was left of my soul ...

    I really wanted to read this novella bind-up in preparation for Empire of Storms! These five individual stories actually line up chronologically and tell a pretty fluent big story. I wasn't expecting that, so I was pleasantly surprised. Instead of five completely different and random s...

    I LOVE THIS DAMN BOOK I'm going to work my way through an entire reread of this series and I'm sooooo excited! I honestly forgot how much I love this book. ...

  • michaela ☕️
    Nov 29, 2018

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

    I actually enjoyed this more than the first book! It was nice to get a little more insight into Celaena's history and learn how she came to be in the salt mines in the first place. All the novellas flow really well together too (except for The Assassin and the Healer; I feel like that ...

    No, I'm not ok. Rather than tell you how I feel, let me show you how I feel. Spoilers. Sam. I cannot. I just cannot. Was this a necessary read for the series? Yes. Does it make it any easier? No. For those of you have a REALLY hard time with death in a book.....

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien," she whispered, "and I will not be afraid.? NOTE; Review unedited. I have a question to the lovely Sarah J. Maas that i'm sure many fans demand the answer to... Why would you do this to your fans!? Tear their heart out like that?! ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? The Assassin's Blade was a book I was nervous to go into. I have heard mixed reviews about The Throne of Glass series, ranging from people loving it to hating it which has resulted in me constantly...

    "My name is Celaena Sardothien and I will not be afraid." Well, that quote just got a whole lot more meaning to it. I SURVIVED THIS BOOK! I was expecting a lot worse, honestly. I initially checked it out to see Sam since you hear so much about him in later books, but there r...

    This is the kind of book that once you've read it, you'll need paper towels, cookies, chocolate and Google Images to find fanart of Celaena and Sam and the cry some more. Oh, this book... It was amazing! The writing was absolutely stunning and even though it was a collection of novel...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? Of all five novellas I only liked two of them. Overall, I was just kinda bored with the stories. I think I might've just set my expectations a little too high considering how it's Sarah J. Maas and the Th...

    I absolutely loved these prequels to the 'Throne of Glass' series. Taking place during Celaena's years as an elite assassin working for her master, Arobynn, this grouping of prequels sheds a lot of light on the events that molded Celaena into the woman we met in 'Throne of Glass'. It i...

    The Assassin and the Pirate Lord- 4/5 stars Celaena and Sam take down a pirate lord, and we get a glimpse of how Celaena received her reputation as one of the most notorious assassins in the kingdom. She is ridiculously arrogant, but considering that I know she later goes through a...

    I don't even care, I can't stop thinking about this book so I'm bumping my original 4.5 star rating to a 5. Plus it made me cry! I don't think another 2014 book has done that this year. I cannot believe these were written as prequels, they give readers such an enormous breadth of u...

    ?She was fire, she was darkness, she was dust and blood and shadow.? (X) I'm not a big fan of the Throne of Glass series, to be honest. The world-building, the narrative and the stories are undeniably terrific except the characters. I couldn't even connect to Celaena Sard...

    hi just wanted to let ya?ll know that this book crushed what was left of my soul ...

  • Jeff
    Jul 11, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4.5 stars ***Please be aware that while refraining from spoiling the specific novella I'm reviewing at the time, there may be spoilers from any prior novellas.*** I view these stories as five separate but related tales--like a series--b/c that's how I ...

    I don't know how this book continues to destroy me with every reread. This will always be one of the most heart-wrenching stories for me. The way Sarah J Maas fleshed out the characters in this book and their emotions pulled at my insides. It hurt like nothing else. I hate it. And I'm ...

    First read May 2015 Reread August 2016 Reread October 2018 Still hurts. Check out my vlog for this book! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibg8g... ...

    I can't believe I have had this book forever and just now read it. Such is life I guess. I knew it was going to break my heart and it did, it so much did. But I needed to read the story of Sam. Sam =( ? ...

    i actually wasnt planning on reading this until after ?kingdom of ash? but the wait was just too much for me, so i quickly snuck it in! ughh, i wish this book was a part of the main series in the same way ?tower of dawn? was. i think if the series started off with this, ins...

    This was such a wonderful book. It is 5 prequel novellas, but the novellas read as one story with small gaps between the stories. I loved every second of it and I loved learning more about Celaena! Reread July 11-17, 2015 for #fivefaves I LOVE THIS SO MUCH BUT IT ALSO BREAKS MY H...

    #0.1-#0.5 The Assassin?s Blade ????? #1 Throne of Glass ????? #2 Crown of Midnight ????? #3 Heir of Fire ????? #4 Queen of Shadows ????? #5 Empire of Storms ????? #6 Tower of Dawn ????? She was fire, she wa...

    NO WORDS. Just sobbing, dying, laughing and dying again. Enjoy readers. :) This was a mix of billions of wonderful stories and I guarantee y'all, ur in for a sobbing-fest. So yes, you'll be needing......: -donuts (idk, just get SWEETS) -more SJM books..... -MORE BOOKS ...

  • Virginia Ronan ♥ Herondale ♥
    Oct 14, 2017

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

  • Miranda Reads
    May 14, 2018

    I loved this! I'll have a review of this on the channel soon. :) ...

    Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass? Visit the Throne of Glass fansite! CHAOL OR DORIAN? SAM CORTLAND, BICHES. I did not expect anything when I bought this book. All I knew was that it was a collection of five novellas that transpired before the events of Thron...

    This review will be a little different from my others for several reasons. This is a series we are way too deep into for me to go over each character or plot. I won?t me writing a super detailed review for each one, just a small summary, my favorite quote, and the rating. The Ass...

    I really enjoyed this! Some stories I liked more than others, but it was nice to see what happened to Celaena leading up to Throne of Glass. I would have liked to have seen more of her when she was younger and training, though. Now, on to rereading Throne of Glass! ...

    i dont want to talk about my feelings right now i need a couple weeks to process this ...

    ?My name is Celaena Sardothien,? she whispered, ?and I will not be afraid.? So here?s the thing: I read ?Throne of Glass? at the beginning of the year but never continued with the series, because back then I just didn?t have the necessary time to read all that much....

    Now this is how you write a companion novel. "You said you didn't care what I thought. Or what I did. Or if I died, if I'm not mistaken." "I lied! And you know I lied, you stupid bastard!" Ohmygosh. I'm still reeling. The five novellas are so well written and woven together ...