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On the glass throne in the center of the room sat the King of Adar- lan, his dark gaze locked on the sack dangling from her fingers. Just as she had the last three . CROWN OF MIDNIGHT (THRONE OF GLASS #2) BY SARAH J MASS DOWNLOAD FREE PDF / READ ONLINE. October 16, “A line that. Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien is bold, daring and beautiful – the perfect seductress and the greatest assassin her world has ever known. But though she won the King's contest and became his champion, Celaena has been granted neither her liberty nor the freedom to follow.


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If you haven't picked up this series yet - get it today. Blog Instagram Twitter View all 25 comments. Sep 12, Nick rated it it was amazing Shelves: You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!

Simply perfect You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog! I certainly would be if I'd tumbled me. She smiled sadly. And when you do It's never made any difference to me when it came to you. What the world can be. In that moment, after ten long years, Celaena looked at Chaol and realised she was home. View all 47 comments.

The second installment doth not disappoint! Our heroine is back as the King's Champion so expect action galore. Hear ye, hear ye. Her lovely dresses and ornate clothes were gone, replaced with an unforgiving, close-cut black tunic and pants. Her hair pulled back in a long braid that fell into the folds of that dark cloak she was always wearing.

She was a beautiful wrath … This book turned up in my room 4. She was a beautiful wrath … This book turned up in my room dressed in dark robes, whispered the first few sentences like a secret incantation and before I could utter 'By the Wyrd' I was under its spell not saying that this book has magical powers, but this book has magical powers.

Maas is Fae. It swept me down a path of ink and words, and every time I thought it had given me its all, 'surely it can't get better than this. Then it took a boot to my love for female assassins and pushed hard and now I'm sitting at the bottom of a canyon singing to myself: O' she played it smart, she is of much greater fame, your body she will cart, this deadly daggered dame, your name you will never part, before she takes her aim.

You're writing it love poetry? I've already made my adoration towards Celaena quite clear so I'd like to take a moment to appreciate our two leading men: Chaol , Chaol, wherefore art thou Chaol? I am, as we speak, arranging to become a fictional character so I can stalk meet you. The Captain of the Guard is as strong and fierce as he was in ToG but in this installment we get to see more of his softer side.

The beautiful friendship between Celaena and him takes front stage in CoM. Sarah really takes the opportunity to flesh out their relationship in all it's banter-teasing-tension glory. There's talk of books sigh and late nights spent next to the fireplace. While Chaol's compassion and loyalty are beacons of light in the darkness of the Royal Court, the question is where exactly do his loyalties lie?

With the Crown he has fought so hard to protect? Or with his friends who have made the glass castle a home for him? But again Sarah sucker punches stereotypes and leaves them panting for breath on the floor. Dorian isn't your garden variety indestructible, white horse riding, fierce, saves-the-day prince.

Instead he can be fragile and confused and he is made all the more strong for it. Shocking isn't it that boys can experience the same emotions as female heroines cough? Sarah doesn't kick him to the curb either. Rather another layer of mystery is added when strange things start happening to him. The most refreshing aspect of this trio's relationship is that Celaena is not turned into a Mary Sue mess in the face of these male "interests. I am not at all done with these characters and I'm ready for their next adventure.

CoM had it all: The ending left me as hungry for more as when I started. This series is going to go wondrous places in the next instalment and I can barely wait. No no no no no. Why are you so far away?! I just can't.

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I need me some more Dorian and Chaol. Be strong my shipper heart. Dear lord wilt thou not grant patience to my poor shipper heart?! Team shirtless Chaol.

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View all 21 comments. Others, you hear with your heart. XD I swear in comparison to the first book this truly was an action packed and suspenseful read! There you go! XD Well, anyway! The characters: Do I still have to say it?! No matter the cause, though, it — it still takes away a little piece of you each time.

I thoroughly enjoyed all of the fighting scenes and the one with Baba Yellowlegs was definitely the best! You were right.

I am a coward. And Chaol — the man she hated and loved so much that she could hardly think around him — just stood there, watching her go. My problem child! I mean come on! You should be smarter than that!!! Chaol basically is the embodiment of the unthinking and unblinking soldier! Stupidly loyal to a fault!!!

And that moment when he got kidnapped in his own domain? Are you kidding me!? Not at all! At the end I felt kind of sad for him though. I mean he finally realised that he was blind and probably made the biggest mistake of his life. Unfortunately by then it was already too late to change anything about his misguided actions and he ended up suffering like crazy.

Poor Chaol! Once, he might have protested that his loyalty to the crown was his greatest asset. But that blind loyalty and obedience had started his descent.

And it had destroyed everything. He barely made it into an empty broom closet before the sobs hit. More power than you realize. When the time comes, when it awakens, do not be afraid. I love Dorian so damn much! I suffered with him throughout the entire book and I really hate the idea that Sarah might make him a second Lucien. I love the fact that he has raw magic in him and I see so much potential for the next few books! Still, his loneliness caused my heart to ache and I felt really sorry for him.

Sarah, please have mercy on him!!! TeamDorian forever and for always!!!! Was what he really wanted to ask. Damn him for caring. The rarest, and deadliest, kind.

Sheer undiluted power, capable of being shaped into whatever form the wielder desired. And they do not sell themselves to the king to get what they, too, deserve.

With each person you kill, I am finding fever and fewer excuses for remaining your friend. Why did you have to kill Nehemia?

But no! We found a dead Nehemia and Celaena never got a chance to fix things between them. Well, at least in my opinion. They had it coming and they should have known better than to mess with Celaena. When the king invaded Eyllwe all those years ago, I knew that I would someday have to make choices that would haunt me. I cannot be in two places at once. That vibrant, fierce, loving soul; the princess who had been called the Light of Eyllwe; the woman who had been a beacon of hope — just like that, as if she were no more than a wisp of candlelight, she was gone.

Do not let that light go out. Not to marry Perrington, but for another purpose. They want to use me. I mean yeah he helped Dorian but maybe that was all show? Who knows? Worse and worse, and full of all those flapping wings. So Dorian closed his eyes, and took another long breath. And when he opened his eyes, he let her go.

I know they had troubles at the beginning but the friendship that formed between them is so perfect!!! I loved it when Dorian told Celaena that she will always have a place with him and that she could come to his dorms whenever she needed something.

THAT is friendship!!!

THAT is trust!!! A line stretched taut between them — a moment of trust, and a promise of answers from both of them. She kept her chin high, but her eyes were gleaming.

I loved that they were so close and could talk about everything, but I guess now that Celaena got into their way things between them might never be the same again. I mean Chaol was always so damn loyal to the king and that actually makes it more than just hard to trust him.

Even though Chaol had never said it, Dorian knew the scars went deep. But I worry because I care. Oh wait! I actually CAN believe it! Still, I mean I never was the biggest fan of this ship everyone who read my review of ToG knows that but I at least would have wanted them to be happy for a while. And the way it happened!! She wronged poor Chaol so much and even though he made bad decisions I still feel sorry for him.

Faster, never faltering, never breaking her stare. The rest of the world quieted into nothing. In that moment, after ten long years, Celaena looked at Chaol and realized she was home. Both inside her, and between them. XD I loved our discussions about the plot and characters and the fact Gem is such a hardcore Chaol fan only added fire to the fuel to the fun.

View all 62 comments. Sep 09, Regan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 21, Sasha Alsberg rated it it was amazing. How does this book keep on destroying me with each reread?! That ending had me gasping and squealing as if it was the first time I read it. My heart was beating! I couldn't help but inhale it! It brought me right back to the first time I read it and felt my obsession with this series and Sarah J Maas starting! I have fallen in love alllll over again and I'm on such a high right now!

And it hit me again how much she actually has suffered, from the time she was 8 till now. The people that she has lost, the sacrifices she has made to try and keep her soul intact and completely close herself off to the torture she experienced. It was so painful to read. Pure pain and excruciating growth resides in that book. View all 35 comments. Aug 14, Ben Alderson rated it it was amazing. I am not sure i like him anymore! View all 10 comments. Jun 19, Khurram rated it it was amazing.

This is how you write a fantasy novel. Great characters, development, evolution and revelations. Magic used intelligently, and my personal favourite action. I could not put the book down. I like the way that they characters have their responsibilities and jobs but that is not all that defines them. Celaena has no problem hacking up body parts but she is still a girl who loves to shop. I think even though she is an assassin she sees herself as more of an avenger.

She will avenge her friends no ma This is how you write a fantasy novel. She will avenge her friends no matter the cost. The story Celaena Sardothien won the right to become the King's Champion personal Assassin since then she has been charged with dispatching a number of his enemies. In many cases she brings back trophies in the form of severed heads, and family insignias rings still attached to the hands. However having no love for the King she has been she has been helping his enemies get away and faking their deaths.

The problem is she is too good at it and even her closest friends and biggest supporters believe she has completely turned over to the dark side. Then she is given a target who intersected with her former life in Assassins Keep Archer a courtesan prostitute.

This simple assignment sends a ripple effect affecting Celaena and everyone she cares about. They also fills in some history; there is a more detailed account of what Celaena did the day she "snapped" in Endovier. There are also hints that Celaena knows exactly who betrayed her. In the next book I am begging for a showdown with the King of Assassins, but so far Celaena has already made enough enemies to keep her busy for a good long time, which is great news for a long series.

The only thing I did find annoying in this book is the right characters suddenly appearing exactly the right moment, but will all the fate and prophecies in the book, this could be easily explained. I am a fan of Sarah's writing style having chapters of different length, and almost chunking the chapters so information is easy to take in and broken up for me.

This might be a fairy tale setting but that is where the similarities stop, this is more the grim story tales type of book, with grizzly deaths, torcher, and harsh language even though the characters do not swear in print, they usually "unleash a string of curse".

I love the Throne of Glass universe. There are references made to not only the first novel but the eBook prequels as well. This book is a lot more action packed to the first novel, there HUGE revelations about Celaena and Dorian, who have a Luke and Leia type relationship , as well as the forces that are using them. A great book. Start it and you will not be able to put it down. You do not need to have read the previous stories to enjoy this one but they do help and after reading this one you will want to go back and read the others.

View all 23 comments. Fucking Chaol, man. Alright, so I just wanted to add that while I won't discuss them here I did decide to scour a good bit of spoiler material for the following books.

I was getting nervous that I wouldn't be able to adjust at this turning into what seems to be a completely different series than it starts off as, and I'm glad I did. I'm starting to warm to Celaena a bit more and I'm willing to open my heart to other love interests. I'm still touting my Chaol support-haters gonna hate I'm determined to finish the Alright, so I just wanted to add that while I won't discuss them here I did decide to scour a good bit of spoiler material for the following books.

I'm still touting my Chaol support-haters gonna hate I'm determined to finish the series by the end of , so I'll be plugging these in where I can, but it seems these authors believe in exponential growth in the page count of each continuing book in a series.

Good grief! SO much better than ToG! The only reason this wasn't a 5 star read for me was Celaena Sardothian. Name one thing that has been better in these past 2 books because of her? She's a butt-munching, immature turd dropper who literally does the stupidest thing possible in every situation.

Yet somehow I was entirely absorbed in this book and enjoyed it thoroughly. View all 45 comments. I see why people love this series No time to chat Off to read the next one. View all 4 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jul 17, Natalie Monroe rated it it was ok Shelves: How can this— "She tipped her head back and gave the moon a wicked smile.

She'd been called Adarlan's assassin for a reason. Dramatic entrances were practically her art form. I teetered between liking and hating Calaena while reading.

Mostly hating. I can handle the sh 2. I can handle the shoes and shopping because a girl has the right to look damn good while disemboweling enemies. Fun fact: Calaena finally acts like a real assassin in this installment But leaving her post to dance? I'm going to say it one more time to let it sink in. The world's greatest assassin left. It's such a transparent attempt to squeeze in a moonlit waltz between Chaol and Calaena, I want to laugh.

I'm Team Dorian, by the way. Just putting that out there. Chaol is an overprotective fucknuckle who can suck it. Calaena still does stupid crap, like exploring without backup or sufficient research. Her obsession with chocolate cake is goddamn annoying. It's too cutesy and feels like Maas's trying too hard. Each time it came up, I felt like paraphrasing Amy from Gone Girl: No one fucking likes chocolate cake that much.

Midway, as I was finally warming up to Calaena, she turns into an uber Mary Sue. For fuck's sake. Choose one, Maas. Don't be greedy. It's not resolved in a chapter or two; it's an underlining theme that affects the latter half of the book. I especially like that view spoiler [Calaena doesn't forgive Chaol right away.

Nehemia dying wasn't his fault, but her anger and distrust is justified. It's one of the few things in Crown of Midnight that made me sit up, and partially why I think he'd be good with Calaena: He's a way better love interest and friend. I don't care if it's planet-aligning true love, you don't sneak around with your best friend's ex-girlfriend. It was a sweet, poignant moment. And put me firmly on his side, even though I'm destined to lose.

Ah, well. A Court of Thorns and Roses is amazing and I will definitely check out anything else Maas writes, but this series is a disappointing mess.

View all 56 comments. Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4. That's how I feel after finishing this book.

So, of course, after loving the first book so much, I was worried about book 2. How could it possibly live up to its predecessor? Everything was more. Celaena was more kick-ass. Chaol was more swoonworthy. The King was more vile.

There was more action, more betrayal, more heartbreak--just more. Celaena is now the King's Champion, having killed HA! But trained assassin or not, she of course has issues with her new job title. The King is responsible for the death of her entire COUNTRY not to mention her immediate family after all, so does she like being his personal, one-woman hit-squad? Not so much. Plot and scheme, that's what.

But she's not the only one, and up until the half-way point, this ominous feeling kept building and building. And then the Bad Thing happened. Which caused the Even Worse Thing to happen. And then you start to cope. And just when you start to get your land-legs back, you get your mind friggin' blown.

I don't know. My other reviews for this series: The Assassin's Blade: View all 30 comments.

Aug 12, April Aprilius Maximus rated it it was amazing Shelves: First read: June Second read: August Third read: August Fourth read: Aug 22, Monika rated it it was amazing. Oh, goodie gumdrops!

What do I see? You must be kidding me! Love triangle. Ehh, I like Dorian. I really do. But I'm Team Chaol all the way. He won my heart after ball. This was a re-read on audio and I still love this book as much the first time around if not more. Yes, more. She is killing people and bringing their heads to the king. Or is she really? We find out some secrets about Dorian and Celaena that I just loved. I loved it! Loved it! Chaol and Celaena have a little thing but when something bad happens i This was a re-read on audio and I still love this book as much the first time around if not more.

Chaol and Celaena have a little thing but when something bad happens it turns Celaena around. I love Chaol but I don't see them as lovers. Yeah, it's fun for a bad to the bone woman to go and have all the men she wants like men do heh but reading it a second time and finding out some stuff about Celaena I'm even more glad of where the book has moved and the current love of my life -er- Celaena's.

Anyhoo, I loved when Celaena and Dorian were working together to fight off another freaking demon. They are both special in certain ways and can fight in certain ways. That was really mind blowing right? Lol Oh, and I loved the doorknocker, Mort. He was such a joy! We also find out some things about the king. Some things about people who killed someone we loved and the revenge was so sweet I love some sweet Revenge The ending was sad with Chaol but he will find his place later, later on.

The cliffhanger we find out about Celaena is amaze balls. It's the start of all the goodness and well, badness. Either way, still loving it! This book rocks! I can't wait to get to the next one and see what she is going to do. In this one, she goes about beheading, etc, people the King thinks are against him.

She has to do these things per her contract. Celaena and Nehemia are still trying to figure out what all of the symbols mean. And of course, Nehemia is upset with Celeana going around killing people.

But they sort all of that out. There are so many surprises in this book! We find out someone has magic, which was supposed to have been destroyed by the King years ago.

We find out the things about Celaena. We find out who she picks as her first lover: We get to mourn a death: And a few other tidbits along the way.

She still has her love for books and all things a little glamorous. There isn't really time for all of that in this book though with all of the chaos going on.

She still has Fleetfoot, who I just love: I still can't believe the turn of events at the end of the book. Talk about a cliffhanger! I recommend this book to all that love bad to the bone women, evil Kings, handsome dudes and all kinds of monsters and what not! Oh and doggers: View all 17 comments.

Apr 07, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was just pure fun and excitement; it is not without a lot of flaws, but overall, my enjoyment of the plot propelled it into a highly satisfying read. I have to swallow my words when it comes to this series; I did bash on the first book in this series a lot because it was so similar to one of my favorite books. Due to my prejudice, I did not much like the first book in this series.

It was an enjoyable read, but the characters were too lacking in depth for me, and the entire book just la This book was just pure fun and excitement; it is not without a lot of flaws, but overall, my enjoyment of the plot propelled it into a highly satisfying read. It was an enjoyable read, but the characters were too lacking in depth for me, and the entire book just lacked a certain something that would otherwise make it shine, make it memorable.

With that said, I loved this book. This is an excellent, excellent sequel; I love being surprised, I love being proved wrong in my pessimism about a book, and Crown of Midnight turned out to be so much more enjoyable than I thought it would be. There is no second-book syndrome here.

It is not without its flaws by any means. Celaena remains perfectly The love triangle is persistent and painful, and at more than one point, I wanted to take Dorian and Chaol and just bash their heads together. However, every single character mature and develops, and I did make up my mind as to whom I prefer before the book is over. A complaint I often have in fast-paced plots is that, interestingly enough, they're often so boring despite everything. This was not the case for this book; from the very beginning, I was hooked.

The action rarely stops, and even in the quieter, more introspective moments, I never find myself yawning. I finished this book in 2 sittings, rarely finding myself switching books in-between.

Given my highly ADHD book-reading personality, this says something about my enjoyment of it and its ability to keep me constantly engrossed. The plot: The plot twists and turns are just interesting enough to keep me absorbed, and are never too far-fetched that they would stretch the boundaries of my disbelief.

I absolutely loved it. It was never bogged down by too many flashbacks, the main narrative is Celaena's, alternately Dorian and Chaol's. Their narratives, particularly those of Chaol's, were more on the introspective side, but never bored me, and were short enough so that it did not slow down the rapid pacing of the book.

The writing is great; actions scenes were well-done, the dialogue is believable, the verbal style is descriptive and flows well without ever coming close to purple prose. My main problem with her in the first book is that Celaena is too perfect.

That problem still persists largely in this book, but I found it more tolerable, in part because she breaks down. That's right, our rational, cool-headed, perfectly calm Celaena finally breaks downand I loved it. She has her Bella Swan moment, and for once, I have no complaints. She literally does not eat, does not bathe. She cries, she is prostate with grief I loved seeing her being emotional, I loved seeing her break through her tough outer shell.

I loved seeing her come out of it. A familiar, dark fire rippled in her gut, spreading through her, dragging her down into an abyss without end. Celaena Sardothien stood from her chair. I fucking stood up from my chair and shouted "YEAH," at this scene. It is fleeting, in the grand scale of the book, and I do wish she had more moments of vulnerability, of still more development that would make me relate to her more as a character, but I'll take what I can get.

Celaena's other fault is not her own The author seems to shy away from the idea that Celaena is an assassin. For a king's assassin, she makes Celaena one in name only. Celaena does not act like an assassin. She only kills when she absolutely has toby accident, almost. Celaena is not so much an assassin as an investigator, a detective, someone caught in the fray in the middle of a desperate fight who has to kill or be killed.

Right at the beginning of the book, Celaena reveals to us that she does not actually kill her targets, but instead helps them to escape. I think this is meant to make us empathize with Celaena as a character, to make her more human. It just makes me respect her less. It's a book about an assassin. I expect an assassin to kill. If I wanted to read a mystery novel, I'd go get one.

Give me my fucking assassin, dammit. Celaena doesn't act too smart sometimes, for me, she acts rather foolishly.

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She trusts people with too much more information than I was comfortable with, despite everything, she still acts more naive than I would expect of someone so seemingly competent. Her actions aren't without consequence, if found out, she could endanger the lives of so many, and she seems to disregard that.

There is one plot twist within this book that I desperately, desperately hate. It launches Celaena from mildly perfect right smack into the middle of a Mary Sue stereotype. We'll see how that goes. He doesn't stand up to his father, the king. He is largely passive. He spends the majority of the time resentfully angry at the developing relationship between Celaena and Chaol and whining and not doing much about it besides mope.

He is depressed about the fact that Celaena is no longer his pretty pretty assassin-to-be in lovely dressesand could be, in fact, a cold-blooded killer. Which he knows she is.

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But he's still shocked. Her lovely dresses and ornate clothes were gone, replaced by an unforgiving, close-cut black tunic and pants, her hair pulled back in a long braid that fell into the folds of that dark cloak she was always wearing. Get over yourself, Dorian! Dorian's character does improve for the better It takes a while. Actually, a long while. A teenaged girl could get a lesson or two from Dorian about how to mope.

Overall, I do think his character development was one of the better ones depicted within this book. If I had to pick a side, I'd be on Team Dorian for sure. I may be showing a definite bias here, but Chaol can go screw himself. He worries so goddamn much. He has no trust in Celaena's abilities to take care of herself.

He acts more like her goddamn mother who's dead, but whatever than a potential love interest. This dress, with its close-fitting bodice, long, tight sleeves, and gently flowing skirt, was about as new and different as it came. Then blinked again. Chaol stood in the hallway, his bronze eyes traveling down the front of her dress, then up again.

I hate his constant worrying and fussing over her; it shows a lack of trust, it shows a lack of confidence.

Despite Celaena's obvious competence, Chaol hides things from her, he constantly berates her, and basically never trusts her to do her own fucking job. I'm just a little biased. He's really not that bad overall.

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But I still prefer Dorian. The love triangle: I'm not exaggerating about the continued love triangle here, but I have to admit, it wasn't that bad. The emotions were well-done, the indecisions and internal conflicts were well-depicted, and this is one of the better triangles I've seen within a book.

Dare I say it? I like it, and I'm glad that the triangle continues. It makes things interesting, even though if Celaena ever makes a choice and it's the wrong one according to my opinion, of course , this reader will be very, very upset. View all 55 comments. Feb 15, Elena rated it it was amazing.

Maas has done something, something with her writing that has now captured my heart and owns it. Her writing is phenomenal, and knowing how much improvement was actually made, I can already tell HoF and QoS will be phenomenal as well. Crown of Midnight had its own improvements in everything - Celaena became more badass, more secrets were made and kept and also found, more violence and blood, more heartbreaks and more betrayals. Throne of Glass was a novel I quite enjoyed and actually liked, while many others did not find appealing or liked it in any way.

But if someone wasn't so sure about ToG, well, CoM will definitely leave you wanting to read the rest of the series and see where Celaena's journey takes you.Oct 01, Bangadybangz rated it really liked it.

If Chaol and Celeana don't get back together like now! Throughout the book he helps Celaena get back into shape during the tournament and trains diligently with her every morning. At the end of the second book, Chaol discovers her real identity and her tragic past, and realizes she may be powerful enough to destroy Adarlan. Aug 23, Andreea Pop rated it it was amazing Shelves: Still, things evolve a little bit between them on a platonic level when a heartbreaking twist makes Celaena not trust Chaol anymore.

The only reason this wasn't a 5 star read for me was Celaena Sardothian. Maas definitely took this to another level.