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- Listening Length: 20 hours and 40 minutes
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- Audible.com Release Date: September 2, 2014
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- Language: English
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Heir of Fire: Throne of Glass, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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We meet new characters: Rowan and Manon Blackbeak. I loved both of them, especially Manon and couldn't wait to get back to her PoV. I'm also champing at the bit for all these storylines to come together.
Parts of Celaena's past is revealed and what she went through as a child. It's horrifying and heartbreaking.
Our hero hits rock bottom in this one and has to fight her way back to the light.
Once again, I can't get enough of this series. I absolutely adore it and can't wait to read more.
I also want to say how very impressed I am with Sarah J. Maas. Quite often, female heroes are attached to menfolk in order to have some sense of worth. Maas doesn't do this with Celaena. She's independent and makes her own choices, something I appreciate very much.
*Beware of spoilers if you have not read the series
There is an entirely new setting for the book and a bunch of new characters. It's great to see this fortress for demi-fae to live and the different powers some of them possess. Celaena goes by about 3 different names and none of them seem to fit her until the end.
In the beginning, she's broken. She doesn't want to feel anything, just wants to complete her promise. She finally works through the grief and emptiness and emerges even more badass than she was before. Her other friends from the first two that are still alive, we get to follow what transpires for them as well. We swing back and forth watching different characters in their own situations.
I feel like the story keeps building and building. Each book is entirely separate yet a full piece of the puzzle. I'm so invested in the characters, especially Celaena, and really want to see her succeed.
I was a little bored with the parts that followed Manon around, but I have faith that she serves a large purpose in the story so I'm happy to take it all in.
There is no romance for Celaena in this one to speak of, though I've got to say I adore Rowan. I'm very much hoping something comes of this pair. Their bickering in the beginning turns into a solid understand and acceptance of each other as well as that feeling of being worthy. Everything that I couldn't see working out with the other two, I'm praying for with him.
Each book just builds and builds. While I'm reading, I'm right there with her, clenching my fists, and praying that she makes it through. The characters keep growing and mysteries keep coming up and getting solved only to have more mysteries revealed. Heir of Fire ends on both a heart-breaking and hope-filled note. If you haven't started this series, you absolutely should!
Okay this was my favorite yet. Dorian's history, Chaol's got his own stuff to figure out (grr) and... well, hello there Rowan. Who is that? The elf that Celaena will have to train with if she wants in on Maeve's kingdom to ask for the help the rebellion desperately needs.
Romance wise, I'm glad i read the House of Night series because it pretty much prepped me for these multiple-type things. I was fine with her and Dorian, then when she and Chaol happened, it was like meant to be because they're so similar, but seriously. After that big reveal of the youknowwhathappened, I'm really not all that torn up about who is her new helper to heal. Like I said earlier, I'm totally fine with whatever Maas tells me to like or accept lol
This one was a different pace considering that she's to train even more now, but it still goes to our other guys, showing us the progression of the story and war. This is the level-up and if there's one book you shouldn't skip, it's THIS ONE.
Full of action, suspense and Celana attitude (which we all love.) But little romance compared to the other books.
Would i recommend this book/ series-- GO GET IT. :)
Would i read the next book-- Yes. Double yes. Will be waiting for it.