Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas

Queen of Shadows (Throne of Glass book 4) by Sarah J. Maas; 645 pages

Warning! Summary and review will contain spoilers from the previous books! Don’t read if you’re not this far in the series!


Summary:

Aelin is back in Rifthold without her magic. Chaol is working with the rebels who once threatened to kill him. Dorian is under the control of a Valg Prince. And Adeion is scheduled to be executed to lure Aelin out of hiding.


My thoughts:

This book was so fast paced from page one. I love how all the characters are back together in Rifthold, even if they’re not all working together.

I kinda like Aelin as a character more than I liked Caelena because she has that fallback identity to use if she needs to. Either way she is such a bad ass character. It is super weird to have her and Chaol butting heads constantly.

And poor Dorian … it broke my heart to read some of the little chapters told from his perspective. It was tough to read about his struggle with the Valg prince.

It was also a lot of fun to have Lysandra back in this book. She added so much to the story. Plus a big secret came out about her that I totally did not see coming and I loved it!

And that ending! Ahhhh it was so good! So action packed and, again, I did not see it coming. Not yet, anyway. I thought it might come at the end of the next book but it’s just got me more excited to read Empire of Storms! I can’t wait!


Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Goodreads Challenge: 64/105

Next review: The Magician’s Nephew by C.S. Lewis


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