Book Talk: Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas (ToG #2)

Hello, my darling readers!
Another day, another Sarah J. Maas novel to review. As I am making my way through the Throne of Glass series, I just finished the second installment, Crown of Midnight. So let’s get down to it!

The Plot:

Celaena did it. She defeated all the others and became the King’s Champion. Now only a few years in his service remain between her and freedom. But is Celaena ready to do the bidding of the very man who destroyed her home ten years ago? And what is lurking beneath the castle?

The Rating:

Plot twist, plot twists everywhere I look. If I hadn’t been intrigued by the Throne of Glass series before, I’d certainly be now.
We only began exploring the huge world SJM created and dive deeper into our favorite characters’ pasts – and futures!

The character development game is going strong and once more I have to applaud Sarah J. Maas. She creates characters like no one else. Compared with Throne of Glass, she even took it up a notch for this novel.

I’m itching to find out more about those mysteries and dark powers lurking in every shadow. Although I’m not sure I can’t take many more of those chapters as they always make me hold my breath!

The biggest twist came almost at the end of the book. I won’t go into detail to avoid spoilers but I saw that one coming. Saw it coming and hoped I was right. I almost did a little dance, I was so excited, once I found out it’s indeed true!

Furthermore, it now becomes apparent that we’ll get more than just one plot line to keep us intrigued. Heir of Fire will have a lot to offer in that regard!

SJM created another novel that makes me hold my breath, laugh out loud and feel my heart break. Crown of Midnight is another piece in the Throne of Glass puzzle I can’t wait to put together!

Did you read Throne of Glass? Who is your favorite character? Let me know in the comments!

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