Kingdom of Ash: INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER (Throne of Glass Book 7) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 987 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||Page Flip: Enabled|
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|Language: English||Age Level: 12 and up|
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About the Author
Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the young adult series Throne of Glass and A Court of Thorns and Roses, as well as the upcoming adult series Crescent City. Her
books are published in over thirty-six languages. A New York native, Sarah lives near Philadelphia with her husband, son and dog.
- File size : 3485 KB
- Publisher : Bloomsbury YA (23 October 2018)
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- Print length : 987 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B079VM5L3H
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,824 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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If you are like me and wanted to know about the hard cover version of this product here is a little bit from a non physical book buyer (normally).
The cover is made of a thick paper wrap very smooth texture, Satin finish with words embossed in a gloss finish. Unlike the other books in the series the cover texture is different more smooth the others have a coating on the paper that gives the impression of smooth rubber so to speak,
Taking the paper cover wrapping off is a black paper textured hard cover with silver lettering of the title on the spine, The front cover of the last book has SJM in a cursive font and a sword under the letters, An art design (of smoke I'm guessing) for each new chapter is a nice touch (kindle version does not have this) can definitely tell you are on the next chapter.
I have attached a couple of pictures for reference.
Shipping was fast for W.A surprisingly but it could have just been abnormal.
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Hope this helps someone who would like info on physical hard cover version.
I sincerely hope, Sarah that you'll continue to write and entertain us for many many more novels!🙏📚🌟🌈💗
I will truly not forget the scene of the sacrifice of 'the twelve' it is etched firmly in my mind. One of the big emotional pulls in this story.
A wonderful story of good prevailing against evil. Well worth reading and the emotional involvement.
I don't want to try and recap what happens in this book, because this was such huge read and so much happened! But I will say all of the plot threads were tied off, and any new ones resolved as well. I loved how it all came together in the final chapters, and the ending was both heartbreaking and beautiful.
Without a doubt I will be reading this series again and again, and recommending it to family and friends, as well as my kids when they're old enough. This is one of those timeless series' that has a bit if something that everyone would enjoy.
The emotions she brings out in this book are truly heartwrenching, and also captivating but more importantly the ending has me content
Bittersweet to have it end but so very happy to have been able to read this series, feel the journey
I still have a few questions
Especially about her falling through worlds
The man described to slow her down seemed very close to Rhysand
Very curious to find out if she linked that on purpose
And Dorian in a female body, his thoughts had me screaming with laughter
So very thankful and appreciative for this rollercoaster of a series, so witty, and well planned, all those details to work around and combine!
Again thank you SJM
Truly a pleasure to read your lifes work
Thank you so much.
A very happy fan
Top reviews from other countries
It goes without a doubt to say that this book, this final instalements of the Throne of Glass series, was epic. It was everything I wanted and more and I can only how and aspire to one day write a story just as incredible and just as worth telling as Sarah did.
I am deeply saddened at having to say goodbye to characters that had held my hand through my teenage years and some of the worse moments of my life caused by my mental illness. But, I take comfort in knowing that Aelin's flame will continue to burn wherever I go and whenever I wish to reread her, now completed, adventure.
I implore anyone who has had doubts about this series to give it ago. It was incredible.
Update: I read it again, more slowly. Just amazing, love the character development. It has inspired me to re-read the whole series again. I love it even more. I feel like I know all of the characters personally, just so invested. Each time I read again I discover something more. I think Sarah J Maas deserves a reputation as one of the all time greatest fantasy writers, especially for women.
The book is a perfect length, though close to a thousand pages not a single line is wasted. Every possible loose end is tied up. Every hint or hidden story leads to this masterpiece.
The story is awesome, the character development and use is unreal. Every characters' moderation and reasoning is spot on. Every character has something to contribute. However we still know who the hero of the series is.
Action, adventure, suspense, and such intense emotion evoking writing. This could not have been done better. As made as o was for having to wait a extra couple of years for this book to come out it was worth the wait. I cannot find a single negative thing to say about thus book. Except the series is over. Though I think almost any surviving characters are good enough to have their own book (hint/begging).
Aelin/Celaena is my faverite female character of all time. Strong, deadly, intelligent and most of all she "will not yield". I love that quote and I honestly do not think it can be applied better to any other character.
This is an awesome finale to the most awesome series, after reading that all other game of thrones are secondary. "The Queen that was promised" delivers big time.
What struck me reading this, was how much Maas has progressed as a writer. Her writing has matured from the initial books in the series which started out as an entertaining, if somewhat cliché, story of a Mary Sue-esque assassin and an inevitable love triangle. Although admittedly an author I enjoy very much, Maas’ writing can be variable. This is evidenced by the previous book in the series, “Empire of Storms”, which was one of the weakest in the series, and the “A Court of Frost and Starlight” novella which read as a slightly bizarre fanfiction. I found myself at certain points thinking “is this even the same author?” which reflects how Maas has been able to pull things back together for this final book and provide a satisfying conclusion.
The individual character stories were wrapped up successfully for the most part and Maas was braver than she normally is when deciding who isn’t going to survive the events of the story.
The romance elements were still a bit cringey at points, lots of the usual biting and claiming, but not enough to ruin anything.
The different character points of view were some of the most enjoying elements of the story, but they were lost a bit when everything pulled together towards the end.
The battle scenes were written very well, and there was a genuine feeling of tension and hopelessness at various points in the novel. Often Young Adult novels fall down on this aspect, but these scenes were some of the greatest strengths in the story.
I’ll miss this series and the characters (some more than others!) but was happy to see it end this way. Long live the Queen.