Action-packed fantasy romance with a heroine as deadly as she is beautiful, in a world where either fact could make her fortune or seal her fate.
Celaena Sardothien is a daredevil assassin with unrivalled fighting skills. After a year's hard labour in the salt mines of the kingdom of Endovier, Celaena is offered her freedom on one condition - she must fight as handsome Prince Dorian's champion in a contest sponsored by the king, facing the deadliest thieves and assassins in the land. But there is more at stake than even her life-for Celaena is destined for a remarkable future......
Throne Of Glass
This is an amazing book with characters of great depth, humour and bravery. It has a great start that will catch any reader's attention in an instant. I love how this book evolves as it goes along and its use of emotive language and their pasts blend in an epic, well written and action-packed novel.
Celaena Sardothien, an 18-year-old assassin is serving a year of hard labor in the salt mines for her crimes when she is freed by Prince Dorian on the condition that she must act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin.
Filled with action, romance, it keeps you intrigued to find out if she wins her freedom and who she falls in love with. A must read and a great series. - Fabiola (QBD)
I had concerns that this book wouldn't live up to the hype surrounding it. I was wrong. This book is phenomenal! Fast-paced, action packed, fantastical, a little romanic and with a kick butt herione; this book will set your soul on fire! - Georgia (QBD)
I can safely say that "Throne of Glass" will always be one of my favourite series, and Sarah one of my favourite authors.
This series, with it’s magic, banter, wit, humour, fae, fantastic characters, sass, character developments and overall story arcs fills my little heart with joy (and addiction). "Throne of Glass" is one of those books that checks all the right boxes for me. - Melissa (QBD)
"'You could rattle the stars,' she whispered. 'You could do anything, if only you dared.'"
Celaena Sardothian, Assassin of Adarlan, is wasting away as a salt mine slave when an idealistic young prince and his serious young captain pull her out with an offer she can't refuse. So begins Celaena's story, which becomes richer and more complex than you can possibly imagine. Celaena is a strong, smart, richly drawn heroine - not to mention the fact that she's a total badass. Add in a couple of smart and good-looking allies, and a terrifying villain, and you've got the beginning of a thrilling series that'll keep you up waaayyyyy past your bedtime. - Sarah (QBD)
Amazing! Action packed and fast paced. Could not put this book down! - Deanna (QBD)
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This book series kept me on my toes from the first sentence to the last! With violence, romance and magic this book is at the top of my fantasy favourites list and will no doubt stay there. Celaena is such an original character with hardships and humour that make me want to laugh and cry. Her ability to endure such death, though most she's caused, is an indication of how strong a character she is. I could honestly ramble on and on about how amazing this book is but I would probably stop making sense. So I'm just going to keep it simple. If you read this book you will never look at a pretty face without thinking that she can and will kill you. - Rachael A.
Better than chocolate
I loved this book so much, it is my favourite thing EVER!!!!! There are heaps of twists that will keep you guessing about what will happen next. I think it's a great series thats full of magic, adventure and action
P.S AELIN FOR THE WIN!!!!!!!
A Fantastic Novel
A book series in four parts, throne of glass introduces us to Celaena Sardothien, the world's youngest and most notorious assassin. At a tender age of eighteen Celaena is whisked away to fight for the king, a cruel tyrant determined to dominate all of the kingdom. This first novel combines magic and mythology, intertwined with traditional medieval castles and knights, and at its centre a very powerful female lead. Throne of glass is a fantastic novel that draws readers in from the first page. - Amorette
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I loved this book! There is finally a female fantasy character I can love!
Celaena kicks butt, takes names and doesn't sit in a corner and cry about 'why life treated her so bad'.
Young. Beautiful. Deadly.
A renowned killer, betrayed by someone in the shadows of her life, Celaena Sardothien was caught and sentenced to life in the Salt Mines of Endovier. The most brutal prison in Erilea. Everyone is a slave and everyone suffers.
Enter the handsome prince with an offer she cannot refuse (literally).
In order to win her freedom Celaena must compete against the most gifted assassins, thieves and all-around brutes the land has to offer in a tournament to become the 'King's Champion'. Deciding that a death of her own choosing is better than slaving away until she drops, Celaena is "whisked off" to the capital.
Once in the palace, Celaena is drawn into the intrigues of court life. Closely guarded, she trains constantly but her haunted innocence seems to inadvertently draw people close to her. Surrounded by scheming courtiers, murderers and unseen magic forces, Celaena must draw on all her will-power to succeed. She cannot afford to fail. She cannot go back to Endovier.