Title: Kingdom of Ash (Throne of Glass #7)
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Publication Date: October 23, 2018
This review sucks but it’s been sitting empty in my drafts for months so we’re just going for it! Number one book blogger right hereeee!
This one wasn’t supposed to be a quick review but since it’s been a couple months since I’ve read it and I’m just writing this now we’ll have to go with what I remember.
I went into this one being excited to see how the story ended, but also hesitant. After reading ACOWAR and not really enjoying how that trilogy ended I was worried that this one would be disappointing as well, but luckily it was about as good an ending as I think we’d get and I’m really satisfied with how everything was wrapped up. Definitely wasn’t perfect, but I’m okay with how it all went down.
I’ve seen a lot of people say that they thought it could have been a much smaller book, but I think that it needed to be this big just because of all the different stories and character arcs that had to be wrapped up. I also might be a bit biased because I do love the drama of these books so almost 1000 pages of Aelin being dramatic was exactly what I wanted. I did like how we got all the different perspectives, I obviously have favourites, but they all came together in the end in a way that made sense and I enjoyed it.
I also thought that the writing was some of her best in this one, I mean I did sit and read for almost 11 hours straight to finish this one so I think that tells you all you need to know.
This one broke my heart so many times, but the suspense and twists kept me turning the pages and in the end I’m really happy with how it all turned out and I know I’ll reread the entire series in the future. I know that these books aren’t for everyone, but I love an over dramatic fantasy story and this is definitely that so I’m happy.