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The Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas
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Oct 22, 2015

really liked it
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No spoilers in this review! I give the novellas 4.25 stars. In my humble opinion, these novellas (as well as the first two Throne of Glass books) are Sarah J. Maas at her best! I like the subtleties in these earlier works that (while I still enjoy them) her newer books seem to lack. Celaena and Sam (and in TOG Dorian and Chaol) are my favorite characters Maas has ever created. They are strong and courageous. And their honor is unquestionable even when they make mistakes. Plus, Celaena's expensive taste, her love for food and books, and her playful side always lighten the serious tone at just the right time. And Arobynn is a bad guy we love to hate (or maybe just hate and that's it). He is pure, conniving evil, isn't he? The extent of his evil is truly heartbreaking in the final novella.
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