Freedom In Sarah J Maas Throne Of Glass

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In Sarah J Maas’ Throne of Glass, she takes the fight for freedom and survival and immerses us in the lives of characters that could be real. She tells the story with the protagonist being a teen girl, Celaena Sardothien who has darkness and light in her. Be prepared for a story of excitement and friendship, humor and anger, romance and friendship, and bravery and death. That is the direction the book heads in, as Maas develops characters who fight the fight many of us don’t know of. Each character has their own unique story that will give you a glimpse of a strength and boldness, but they all hide their own secrets. In this fictional, action-packed novel, Celaena, a teenage assassin, arrives at the glass castle prepared for blood shed, prepared…show more content…
Eyllwe is one of the few countries still fighting against Adarlan’s rule because the King conquered the kingdom and held slave trades there. Nehemia and her family were still allowed to keep their titles despite this. Many massacres are occurring to stop these groups, and it’s rumored that Nehemia has a connection with them. Celaena was sentenced to work as a slave in the Salt Mines of Endovier before she agreed to compete in the competition. Endovier is a slave town where rebels and enemies are sent to work as slaves until they die. Dorian too is disgusted by his father’s actions and soon realizes that he has to work up the courage to tell his father to put a stop to this madness. The fight for freedom plays a major role throughout the…show more content…
This is the first of an on continuing series with a Hulu TV in the process of filming. Although some chapters will leave you bored out of your mind, others will be full of suspense and have you on the edge of your seat! Sarah J. Maas devolved a unique plot with some amazing characters! The concept of the book is defiantly different from other books I’ve read! Although the writing is nothing spectacular, the novel’s strength lies in Maas’ ability of detailed word building for her her complex and fascinating
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