Book Review: Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas


Wow, wow, wow.

Occasionally, sequels can miss the mark, whether they’re a book or a film, but not this time.

Crown of Midnight is a brilliant sequel to Throne of Glass. I could not put it down. In the moments I managed to separate myself from it, all I could think about was reading more.

Maas does an excellent job creating deep and complicated characters and weaves their growth seamlessly into the storyline. The more I read, the closer I felt to the characters and the more I empathized with all their struggles and pain. All great books should cause the reader to feel something. I want to feel their joy, their pain, their excitement, and fear. I want to live in their world with them, and Maas provides that opportunity. I haven’t enjoyed a book as much as this one in a while.   I was captivated from the first page until the last.  If I had to pick only one word to describe this book, I would choose MASTERPIECE. I loved it.

Published by ATL Doyle

I am an aspiring author, military wife, and mother of four boys. In my free time, I am a voracious reader and lover of large cups of tea. While I enjoy reading everything, my favorite genre is fantasy. One of my hobbies is reading and reviewing books on various online platforms. I have dabbled in short stories and writing poetry, publishing a small book of my poems in 2022, with an independent publisher. I enjoy keeping the world up-to-date on her writing, reading, and random thoughts on my blog.I am also currently writing my first novel.

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