Trono de Vidro

Trono de Vidro Nas sombrias e sujas minas de sal de Endovier um jovem de anos est cumprindo sua senten a Celaena uma assassina e a melhor de Adarlan Aprisionada e fraca ela est quase perdendo as esperan as qua

  • Title: Trono de Vidro
  • Author: Sarah J. Maas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nas sombrias e sujas minas de sal de Endovier, um jovem de 18 anos est cumprindo sua senten a Celaena uma assassina, e a melhor de Adarlan Aprisionada e fraca, ela est quase perdendo as esperan as quando recebe uma proposta Ter de volta sua liberdade se representar o pr ncipe de Adarlan em uma competi o, lutando contra os mais habilidosos assassinos e lar pios doNas sombrias e sujas minas de sal de Endovier, um jovem de 18 anos est cumprindo sua senten a Celaena uma assassina, e a melhor de Adarlan Aprisionada e fraca, ela est quase perdendo as esperan as quando recebe uma proposta Ter de volta sua liberdade se representar o pr ncipe de Adarlan em uma competi o, lutando contra os mais habilidosos assassinos e lar pios do reino Endovier uma senten a de morte, e cada duelo em Adarlan ser para viver ou morrer Mas se o pre o ser livre, ela est disposta a tudo.

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    1. Are you kidding me? What the hell is this shit? How do you screw up your story quite so badly after starting from an INCREDIBLE premise involving the most notorious assassin in the land - now a slave - being offered the chance to win back her freedom, sort of, in a "to-the-death tournament - fighting the most gifted thieves and assassins in the land" [says the back of my book, conveniently forgetting that (a) right before the final duels, the king specifically states that the competitors "can wi [...]

    2. What I was expecting: What I got: Assassin fail. Annoying heroine win. Maybe I could buy this chick as a badass had she not been:- Annoying - Immature- Petty- Vindictive- Judgemental- Unintelligent - Emotionally unstable- Obsessed with appearances- Ruled by her hubris- In love with exclamation points!!!!!!!!- An open book, expression wise- About as subtle as a rhinoceros- Incapable of hitting a slow moving target with a flower potThis might just be a case of “It’s not you, it’s me”. You [...]

    3. First cover: "Yeah, don't I look badass in this? Wait, hold on, does my hair and makeup look okay? I think I need to pose like this, so I look all strong and tough."Second cover: "Fuck off or I'll end you."I still stand by my opinions on the covers. I never liked the first cover, and am infinitely grateful that they changed them for the sequels. But as far as how Celaena herself is? I would say she's a bit of both. I feel like these covers portray two very different extremes, and Celaena seemed [...]

    4. Caleana Sardothien, young woman assassin, is betrayed and sentenced to the salt mines of Endovier. After a year, however, she is given an opportunity: If she wins a contest to become the king's champion, she will be granted a four-year contract, working as an assassin for the empire she hates, at the end of which time she will be freed. After reading the premise of the book, I thought, "Sign me up!" After the first chapter, I knew I was in good hands. This book has plenty of mystery, magic, humo [...]

    5. 3.5-4 stars? I CAN'T DECIDE JUST YET!I decided to reread this book, as I am about to continue on with the series, finally!I did really enjoy this the second time round, but found myself a little more critical of a few things. I will be doing a full video review of this soon, so look forward to more of my thoughts then :)

    6. DNF 35%Meet Celaena. She’s the world’s best assassin. Or so we’re told. She’s very, very talented. Very talented. And famous. She’s also really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, *takes a deep breath* really pretty.It was true that she had been attractive once, beautiful even.She looked at her rags and stained skin, and sh [...]

    7. Want to be updated on everything Throne of Glass?Visit the Throne of Glass fansite!CELAENA be all like:Leaving me like:Let me just clear things up. People are rating this book low because they don't "like" Celaena, saying she's "arrogant" or "self-centred" or "over-confident," first of all, if Celaena were a guy, you'd be head-over-heels for her. But she's a girl and now her story is being over-looked because, instead of drowning in self-pity, she decides to stand up, throw her hair over her sho [...]

    8. I DID IT!!! OMFFFFFFG! THIS BOOKWAS JUSTSOF******GOOD! What is even going on, how did i not read this sooner! I am now onto Crown Of Midnight and DYING! LOVE LOVE LOVEI FINALLY READ IT PEOPLE! SO HAPPY

    9. Sorry, but it looks like I've been excited for NOTHING. After enticing me with its promises of a reading experience reminiscent of Megan Whalen Turner and George R.R. Martin, Throne of Glass ultimately let me down. Having been excited for this novel for weeks and actually liking the sample I read, I have been brought back to earth now – with a jolt. This YA fantasy is a rather sorry example of its genre.I have the notion that a big part of this book did not work for me because of its heroine. [...]

    10. Once again, it seems like I'm in the minority for this book because I didn't like it. It's such a shame too because I'd heard a lot of good stuff about it. Oh well, maybe it's just meor maybe because this book just plain sucks.Let's start off with our protagonist, Celaena who's the "greatest assassin in the world."Okay, I'm cool with that. But it'd be nice if she could actually prove it because from what I've seen, she's once hell of a crappy assassin. People walk in and out of her room all the [...]

    11. DNF at 29%I'M SORRY. I JUST CAN'T DO IT. I feel like I could have really enjoyed this book Two years ago. The hype absolutely killed it for me. Celaena is also really annoying so I'm just going to stop reading this. I know everybody says the books get better later on but I like to enjoy the beginning and the characters before I invest my time in a 6-book series.

    12. It feels like Throne of Glass has been a book I've been thinking about maybe reading for a million years. The reviews and ratings from my GR friends on this book are very mixed and I can easily see why after finishing this entertaining but disappointingly tame and romance-y young adult fantasy. Throne of Glass is like Shadow and Bone round two. The premise is awesome for both: full of hardcore warriors/assassins, royal/noble secrets and scandals, a touch of magic but each one, though entertainin [...]

    13. You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!____________________________________________“Libraries were full of ideas–perhaps the most dangerous and powerful of all weapons.” ____________________________________________5 BADASS STARS!First of all,look at this amazing cover.I also liked the first one but this is a masterpiece.I do have a weakness for awesome covers,that's why I decided to read this.Also a lot of people recommended this to me,and I heard great things and [...]

    14. This is going to be a rather personal review because Throne of Glass took away a week of my life and my SJM virginity.I wish I’d let it wine and dine me, first. At least, I’d still have the good memory of a nice six course dinner. It’s not like I have a problem with this book, but…I do have a problem with this book. A couple, actually, and they mainly involve the writing and a certain main character which I won't name for now. Now, before I start, I must say that I’ve been forewarned b [...]

    15. 3.5-4 StarsYeah, I know. I’m the last fucker around to read this book. But I saw the whole series in spiffy hardcover on sale at Costco and so, of course, I responsibly bought only the first one to make sure I liked it before buying more bought the whole damn series in one go because, well, no impulse control. But anyway.This was fun. I liked it. I look forward to the next one. Which is good. Since, as I said, I already have the next one, and the one after thatOh, and #TeamChaol

    16. This book was sooooo goood! The main female character is amazing, SHE WAS PRACTICAL. Not to mention completely badass, and could kill anyone with a hairpin if she wanted to. Great high fantasy, i cannot wait for the next in the series! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

    17. Actual rating 3.5 starsThorne of Glass has a lot going for it. It's packed full of action, mystery, likable characters and fun dialogue. On the flip side, it also has a few tropes that I usually make me want to rip my hair out strand by strand: the love triangle, semi-insta love and predictable plot twists. That by no means makes this a bad book, because despite those annoyances, I was fully engrossed in Throne of Glass.The Plot and Writing:While the synopsis may come off feeling a little Hunger [...]

    18. DNF @ 50%This book was such a huge disappointment.A young, notorious female assassin is thrust into a competition where she must fight for her freedom in exchange for service as the King's body guard? That sounds awesome, right? Too bad this book didn't deliver on that premise. There's no way some badass assassin would have a giggly, carefree demeanor upon meeting Prince Dorian and Captain Chaol, these are both people she should loathe? This is not a girl who should notice how the sun shines in [...]

    19. I'm afraid this just wasn't for me. I heard it being sold as GRR Martin's Game of Thrones written for the female audience --- well, as a female audience, I am offended. As an avid reader of the fantasy genre, I am saddened that this is marketed as a fantasy-for-females. This being a YA does not excuse it from being riddled with clichés, painfully obvious foreshadowing, and a ghost of a fantasy world ruthlessly overshadowed by romantic overtones.Fans of fantasy - actual fantasy - I don't suppose [...]

    20. Throne of Glass came to me highly recommended by someone who thinks Twilight is among the best books of all time, so I was instantly wary, but I promised to keep an open mind since, well, high fantasy and a kick ass assassin, what could go wrong? Well, a lot, apparently. I’m not saying this book is by any means on Twilight’s level of awfulness, but it is one of the shallowest, least impressive fantasies I’ve ever read.I've never read the original, but I think I have a good idea where Sarah [...]

    21. 0/5 stars 5,000/5 stars“Still, the image haunted his dreams throughout the night: a lovely girl gazing at the stars, and the stars who gazed back.”warning: anything marked spoiler is a spoiler for the entire series. so maybe beware or something if you are that one person who hasn't read up toEmpire of Stormsokay? there may also be some unmarked spoilers bc this review is 3,000 words long and i'm too lazy to read through it a thousandth time. So even though I am certified trash™ for the ToG [...]

    22. Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsThe first time I saw my sister after I finished reading THRONE OF GLASS by Sarah J. Maas, she was in the middle of reading the latest book from one of her favorite series. I did not care. I pestered, cajoled, and harassed her until she downloaded the THRONE OF GLASS sample chapters and read them.She stopped reading her book and read ToG until the wee morning hours when she finished it.*lap of victory*A few months later, my mom came to visit for a long weekend. Her first n [...]

    23. 3.5 STARSIf I'm totally honest, this started out S-L-O-W And not what I expected at all, but hear me out! Put down the pitchforks and fire! I'm still on board; Queen SJM hasn't lost me yet! After reading the back blurb, I was imagining this competition something more of a Battle Royale or Hunger Games-esque battle to the death. Color me surprised when I'm 200 pages in and basically NO face time is given to this competition. The first 70% of this book books is mainly:1) "Wow! Look at this beautif [...]

    24. 3.5 stars. Let me first say the Throne of Glass series is one of my absolute FAVORITES of all time. But this first book just isn't as strong for me.The sheer scope of the worldbuilding in this series is phenomenal, so check it out if you like fantasy! I really can’t think of many other worlds I love this much… I mean, there are demon kings, fae, witches & wyverns, pirate lords, princes, kingdoms & castles, magic, spirits with cryptic advice, swords & battles, ancient prophecies, [...]

    25. Re-Read and I loved it just as much as the first time aroundYes, I have multiple books and bookish things of some of my favorite authors. You should see my Harry Potter stuff =) ↓I listened to the audio this time. It took a minute to get used to the narrator but I finally got settled in with her. I love Celaena Sardothien. She was taken from Endovier (the death camp) and brought to the castle to fight with other Champions. If she wins then she has to kill for the King for 4 years and then she [...]

    26. DNF @ who caresA badass assassin who keeps telling us how badass she is all while doing nothing to live up to the supposed badassery. Can I just say this review is badass, like the best I've ever written. If I were any more badass, I'd burn myself. Do you even know how cool I am? I thought not. *cue a thousand eye roll emojis*

    27. It’s always intimidating to review a book so loaded by high fan expectations and low critic opinions. This book is DIVIDED, my friend. It will turn husband against wife, brother against sister, dog against cat…wait. Well, you get the idea.So let me break down what I liked and what I didn’t like so that you can decide whether you want to read it for yourself.I liked… Celeana. This is not a common thing, apparently.Isn't Celaena the ditziest, most incompetent assassin ever? :D She's all "o [...]

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