Book Review: Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas


I was on such a high after reading Crown of Midnight (the book before this one) that I was really disappointed with Heir of Fire, at first. I read almost 20 chapters before the pace picked up enough to keep me interested, and then it was great! We meet some new and very exciting characters in this book as well as some new places to explore. We get to see Celaena embrace her truths more and more as she faces larger and more terrifying challenges. We also get a deeper and more detailed look at the dark adversaries that Celaena and company will have to face, setting the stage for some very epic moments to come.
As always, Maas excels at word building and creating complex yet relatable characters that pull you into their world. For me, that is the very best kind of storytelling. If you get the chance to read this series and make it to this book, don’t let the slow beginning dissuade you. What comes after is worth 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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