The Assassin’s Blade Series Review 2022 is our todays topic. “The Assassin’s Blade” is a prequel to the “Throne of Glass” novel series by Sarah J. Maas. It covers the beginnings and experiences of Adarlan’s most feared assassin, Celaena Sardothien. This prologue is divide among many experiences that depict Celaena’s development.
This work and the seven others in the The Assassin’s Blade Series contain adventure, mystery, fantasy, and love. Maas’ world building and precision in the fantastical setting of Adarlan is incredible. There are fairies, demons, pirates, magical healers, assassins, mafia groups. And a plethora of other characters.
The backstory behind Celaena and her instructor, Arobyn Hamel, is intriguing. Arobyn claims she discovered Celaena half-dead in a river. She was ten years old at the time. He adopts her as a genius and prepares her to be a murderer. Celaena is known in her circle as Adarlan’s Assassin, despite the fact that no one outside.
The Assassins’ Guild knows she is 18 years old. With each successive experience, we watch Celaena face trials. And tribulations that would shatter any ordinary person. We are set up for the first novel in the original series, “Throne of Glass,” by the end of the novel.
The goal of this novel was to set up the beginning of the next. It astounds me how much attention is devote to this work and the others in the series. With the amount of detail devoted to this work and the others in the series. It astounds me as a consumer that each book is between 300 and 900 pages long.
I loved this story and am now on the fifth book in the series. I would give this work a ten out of ten. If you enjoy reading fantasy novels, this series. And if you are looking for a children’s story to start you to the type, I recommend starting with this succession. Hope you enjoy reading our article about the Assassins Blade.