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Review: Heir of Fire - Throne Of Glass 3 - By Sarah J. Maas

Synopsis:

Celaena has survived terrible fighting and the heartbreaking experience of heartbreak. But it was at an unimaginable price. He must now travel to a new country to confront his darkest past. This truth could change his life and his future forever.

While you wait, monstrous and brutal forces are advancing on your world and trying to take over your life. Celaena must be strong enough to not only fight her inner demons but also to stop the evil she is about to unleash.

About “Heir of Fire”

Heiress of Fire, Sarah J. Maas’ third book in the Saga of Throne of Glass is called. This book was a sequel to the first, which I loved.

We move on with Celaena, now in Wendlyn to “kill the royal family.” It’s just an excuse Chaol used to get Celaena from Rifthhold. Things change dramatically when Rowan, a Fae Prince, sets out to take Celaena to his Aunt Maeve. Celaena cannot resist accepting, because she needs to know what her aunt knows about the Wryd keys in order to defeat the king.

First, let me say that I was expecting something different after all the hype surrounding this book. Although it was not a terrible book, some parts of it have made me feel a little heavy.

Heiress of fire places us in four different settings: In Wendlyn, where Celaena lives. Telling the story of Dorian Havilliard in the palace With Chaol. In Omega, with Manon.

Yes, each character is free to choose his own path. New characters like Manon and the witches have emerged.

Manon, a witch belonging to the Black Peaks coven and the leader of “The Thirteen”, is Manon. Witches don’t have any feelings other than the desire to lead. Although Manon appears to be void of heart, I felt that there was some sympathy in her.

Review: Heiress of Fire by Sarah J. Maas

Heiress to fireTitle: Heiress to Fire

Author: Sarah J. Maas

Genre: Fantasy

Publisher: Alfaguara Juvenil

Synopsis: Celaena has survived terrible fighting and the heartbreaking experience of heartbreak. But it was at an unimaginable price. He must now travel to a new country to confront his darkest past. This truth could change his life and his future forever.

You are being threatened by monstrous and brutal forces that threaten to take over the world. Celaena must be strong enough to not only fight her inner demons but also to stop the evil she is about to unleash.

Opinion of a personal observer

Heiress of Fire, Sarah J. Maas’ third book in the Saga of Throne of Glass is called. This book was a sequel to the first, which I loved.

We move on with Celaena, now in Wendlyn to “kill the royal family.” It’s an excuse Chaol used to get Celaena from Rifthhold. Things change dramatically when Rowan, a Fae Prince, sets out to take Celaena to his Aunt Maeve. Celaena cannot resist accepting, because she needs to know what her aunt knows about the Wryd keys in order to defeat the king.

First, let me say that after all of the hype surrounding this book, it was not what I expected. Although it was not a terrible book, some parts of it have made me feel a little heavy.

Heiress of fire places us in four different settings: In Wendlyn, where Celaena lives. Telling the story of Dorian Havilliard in the palace With Chaol. In Omega, with Manon.

Yes, each character is free to choose his own path. New characters like Manon and the witches have emerged.

Manon, a witch belonging to the Black Peaks coven and the leader of “The Thirteen”, is Manon. Witches don’t have any feelings other than the desire to lead. Although Manon appears to be void of heart, I felt that there was some sympathy in her.

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“When you are born with a weapon, you don’t need to have any.”

Maeve, Celaena’s aunt, has been a horrible and detestable person to me. You will agree with me if you’ve read the book. If not, you should go and find it.

Rowan is the main character in this book that hooked me. I was drawn to his mysterious, bad-boy aura. Although I was initially tempted to throw a stone at Celaena’s head because of how it made Celaena feel at the time, as the story progressed, their relationship became more intimate and their attitudes changed. Even though we don’t get to know him well, he is open to sharing a part of his story with Celaena.

“He was himself a beautiful weapon, made through centuries of training. He also fought relentlessly.”

I was able to observe the progression of the protagonist in Heiress of Fire, for better and worse. Although she has experienced many difficulties, I found it admirable that her fighter spirit always triumphed. Celaena is strong and this book shows it.

Sarah J. Maas is an inspiration to me. Heiress of Fire is so full of twists, action, and stories that I had to stop to think about it all. There’s never a time when something isn’t important. Because the author connects things from the past and things from today very well, and then lets you go and keeps everything in check.

Although I still haven’t finished the book, Heiress of Fire is an addictive book that has kept me reading. The end, like the previous book is so accessible that I am eager to start the next.

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