Now that I’ve finished this book, it pains me to say that I did NOT want to read this when I first learned that Celaena aka Aelin Ashryver Whitethorn Galathynius was not in it. I really believed that I didn’t want to read Chaol’s point of view, especially given the way the previous book, Empire of Storms ended, but WOW was I silly to think that way.
Tower of Dawn is fantastic, and the newly introduced characters are wonderful! The introduction of a whole new world that we hadn’t yet been exposed to as well as the cultural differences added layer after layer of greatness to an already epic series.
This book created more depth to the story and also made the stakes that much higher. If I could give anyone reading this some advice, read it. Even if they’re debating whether or not they should bother with this book because, like me, they are initially opposed to such a drastic point of view change, read it.
With excellent character development, this side quest for Chaol Westfall is spectacular and the perfect addition to this series.
2 thoughts on “Book Review: Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas”
I still have yet to read a single Sarah J. Mass book. Not sure what is wrong with me! Haha she is mentioned constantly in all the book groups. I really need to get on that band wagon lol!
I feel like I was also late to the bandwagon, but I am glad I decided to finally take the plunge! I finished the Throne of Glass series and have moved on to Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses series. Also excellent! I’d love to know your thoughts once you read them!
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