Review: Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas


Title: Heir of Fire
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Genre: YA Fantasy
Type: Book 3 of 7 from Throne of Glass series
POV: Third Person

Celaena Sardothien’s latest mission took her across the sea to a land full of hidden threats. There, she must face her fears and learn to accept her true self in order to win against the formidable forces.

She was a waste of space and breath, a stain on the world. Unworthy of her birthright.

First let me say this one is my favorite in the series so far. I love how Celaena was out of her comfort zone and being knocked down a few notches. In past book I had love/hate feelings for her but now I’m definitely rooting for her.

And of course there’s the Rowan factor. He reminded me a lot of Chaol (who I still love by the way). What attracted me the most to him is his past and how he overcame it.

They were not born with hearts, her grandmother said. They had all been told that. Obedience, discipline, brutality. Those were the things they were supposed to cherish.

There were a lot of new characters in this book and Manon is my favorite. I love her right from the beginning and have high hope for her in the future.

“Together, Fireheart,” he said, pushing back the sleeve of her tunic. “We’ll find a way together.” He looked up from her exposed wrist. “A court that will change the world,” he promised.

Heir of Fire is an explosive story of tapping into one’s true self. This series is getting better with every book and I can’t wait to see what other adventures await the characters.

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