This is a good book, but not one I wish Sarah J. Maas would have finished off the series with. The writing style was a little bit different than the other books (I normally read in bed. The way Maas writes will normally make me fall asleep really quickly, but this one kept me up reading.) However, I wish it didn't end the way it did. Also, one thing I don't understand is Maas's desire to ship everyone together. I mean, every single character on their side either died or found a romantic partner. Not everyone should somehow fall in love with each other! Also, the book starts out being incredibly confusing, since everyone is in a different place, doing different things. So I would be reading, and then they switch to a different perspective. Maas writes a few chapters about that. Then to a different one. Then another different one. It takes like a hundred pages to return to the POV that you started on, and by then, you've forgotten almost everything that is going on. I also feel like we really didn't need such frequent updates on Aedion and the war. It's like, oh we left the POV about Aelin, you're worried she might be dying, and now you have to read two chapters on Aedion, and how he and his troops are marching through the snow. I'm also pretty sad that the series is over. Throne of Glass has been one of the greatest series I have ever read, with Aelin/Celena being one of my role models (well sort of. I think my parents would disapprove of having an assassin as my role model).

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