Kingdom of Ash

Kingdom of Ash

eBook - 2018
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With Aelin locked in an iron coffin by Queen of the Fae Maeve, Aedion and Lysandra struggle to defend Terrasen, Chaol, Manon, and Dorian face their own fates, and Rowan seeks his captured wife and queen.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2018
ISBN: 9781619636118
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Characteristics: 1 online resource

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DBRL_BriannaD Dec 11, 2018

If you've stuck with Sarah J. Maas through this whole series, you will absolutely enjoy Kingdom of Ash. While I admit I was a bit dubious when I first started Throne of Glass, the books quickly grew on me. This is a completely satisfying conclusion! Without spoiling anything, I can tell you I was impressed at the tone of this book, and the way it was perfectly balanced between despair and hope. A great book and a great series, and I'm looking forward to seeing what Maas does next.

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KWhite190
Dec 03, 2018

What a great conclusion to a stunning series. This is definitely Maas's masterpiece. I'm still having a hard time letting Aelin go, as well as Rowan, Chaol, Dorian, Manon, Lysandra, Aedion and everyone else. At least there is still the Court of Thorns and Roses series, but I believe the next book is the last of that series as well. Please Sarah, continue to write awesome Fae books, I can't handle this withdrawal!

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baunina
Nov 29, 2018

beautifully written masterpiece by sarah j maas!! the story was so thrilling and a pleasure to read. too bad that the series is over now but i wouldn't want to wait another year for another book. it was a beautiful conclusion for all the series :)

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SylviaWvong
Nov 29, 2018

This is one of my favorite books of all time. It follows four groups of characters:
1. Rowan, Gavriel, Lorcan, and Elide, trying to rescue Aelin
2. Aedion, Lysandra, Evangeline, and all the other allies defending Terrasen
3. Dorian, Manon, and the Thirteen rallying the Crochans and finding the third key
4. Chaol, Yrene, Nesryn, and the khagan's armies in Adarlan
In the end, they all meet up in an epic battle at Orynth that lasts a quarter of the book. It's amazing.

I loved the book, but I had really been expecting Maeve revealing that she was Fae, maybe daughter of Rhysand and Feyre. Still, she's great.

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Bookiewookie247
Nov 25, 2018

I can’t tell you how many times I cried whilst reading this. There are too many goodbyes and I can’t handle how much sadness is in this book. I am sort of glad this series is over, but I am positive that I will never forget this delightful and dangerous adventure. Rowan and Aelin are badasses with a profound love that will never break, Manon and Dorian are a perfect match, Yrene and Chaol have already begun their future, and The Thirteen will forever in my heart.

Abraxos, I feel you babe.

I will cherish Kingdom of Ash forever. In my opinion, I love KoA better than the other 7 books in TOG.

I give this a five star.

(Make sure you have a box of tissues and ice cream next to you.)

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mandyozz
Nov 17, 2018

Talk about a book hangover. This was the final book in the Throne of Glass series and while it hurt to say goodbye to this wonderful cast of characters, it was a fitting and beautiful end to the story. I'm an emotional personality, but I don't cry very often during books. However, there were sections of this book that had me sobbing and needing to just put it down for a few hours because it was so heart-wrenching. I've come to love these characters and some of the losses were just devastating.

There were so many gorgeous, thrilling and terrifying moments in this book that I cannot possibly talk about them all, but certain scenes will stay with me for a long time to come. This series will most definitely be re-read for me in future years, many times over.

DCLteens Nov 12, 2018

A Must-Read Young Adult pick. Years in the making, Maas's #1 New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass series draws to an epic, unforgettable conclusion. Aelin Galathynius's journey from slave to king's assassin to the queen of a once-great kingdom reaches its heart-rending finale as war erupts across her world.

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panda180
Nov 07, 2018

Absolutely stunning conclusion to the series! Loved reading every second of the book, and was enthralled the entire time. The ending just brings it all together for the reader, and made me cry and cheer for the characters at the same time.

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farbrite
Oct 31, 2018

Bloated and bloody. But even at 980 pages probably necessary reading for anyone who has persevered through the whole series. Romantics will be satisfied with the ending, as all the threads of the story are tied off.

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happycanuck
Oct 29, 2018

Actually broke down and bought my own copy and it is well worth the investment.

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Nov 17, 2018

And far away, across the snow-covered mountains, on a barren plain before the ruins of a once-great city, a flower began to bloom.

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Once upon a time, in a land long since burned to ash, there lived a young princess who loved her kingdom …

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