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Throne of Glass

Paperback - 01 August 2012
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1 customer reviews Between 2−3 stars rating, 19 October 2017
Mediocre Start to a Great Series
By: Kenny Marpow

The first time I read this chapter, my thought is "oh wow, this book is so feminine," despite the first chapter started with the main character in a slave camp. Celaena Sardothien is the deadliest assassin in the continent or so the readers are told, but the book rarely shows how capable she is. The book spends most of the pages explaining how Celaena is the deadliest woman in the world, but never showing what she is capable of. Instead most of the time it shows that despite spending a year in the slave camp and formerly(and probably still) the deadliest woman you ever met, she is ultimately just a woman who likes sweets, teas, cute things, jewelries, dresses, and... See More


There are some mystery element in the story, but it's not enough to make readers scratch their heads in confusion since it got pretty predictable. Just as predictable as the ending of this book.

The story is about how Celaena is competing in a gladiator style competition where she needs to defeat other competitors to become the King's personal assassin and since she's the main character, well you know the rest. As for the action, it is pretty mediocre compared to the next books in the series. It's a nice refreshments once in a while but not exciting enough to make you want more of it.

Despite it's flaws, Throne of Glass sets the series nicely with some mystery left for the readers to find out in the next books. I wouldn't recommend this book if you just want something to read once in a while, but if you love a story with so much revelations and spine chilling moments, the Throne of Glass Series is definitely worth your investment. And it all started with this book

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