Book Review, Fantasy, Romance, YA

Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass #6) by Sarah. J. Maas

Tower of Dawn is the highly anticipated book in Sarah. J. Maas Throne of Glass series.

This book is different from the normal Throne of Glass books as they are not revolving around Aelin.  The book focus on Chaol and Nesrya as they go to Antica to hopeful heal Chaol of his injuries caused by the last King of Adarlan. The journey isn’t only to get Chaol to the legendary healers of the Torre but to get the help off the southern continent empires in the war against the Valg.  While in Antica Chaol and Nesrya experinces things that will change them forever and could alter the course of the war.

As a character my feeling around Chaol has changed depending on the book, but I felt like this book I got to understand Chaol more, understanding why he is the way he is. In the end I really liked him as a character, you can see that he has grown as a man.

This book helps fills in the more of the history of the world of humans, fae and Valg, some of the revelations I would have never of guessed in my wildness dreams.  That help balances some things in the story that I did see coming.

Yrene Towers is one of my favorite characters so far in the series, she is tough and kindhearted. I loved that she would not back down from Chaol and would give her a piece of her mind even if it didn’t really fit with the Healer image. Yrene was a character that was introduced in the short story Assassin and the Healer and it was nice to see what happened to her.

This book is a great addition to an amazing series, I can not wait to see what happens next.

This book is full of action, romance, suspence and a thriller or two.

I give this book 5 out of 5

🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓

If you would like to know more about the author Sarah. J. Maas click HERE.

If you would like to get a copy of the book below are some links;

Amazon UK

Kobo

Waterstones

Book Depository

Thanks for reading

Gem x

 

 

3 thoughts on “Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass #6) by Sarah. J. Maas”

  1. Sounds like a great book with strong characters! It’s hard to come by strong characters nowadays, so it sounds like I would really appreciate this story.

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