By: Sarah J. Maas
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Celaena Sardothian has left her homeland in Adarlan to travel across the sea to Wendlyn, where she hopes to obtain answers to her own questions, as well as knowledge that will get her one step closer to defeating the King of Adarlan. But first, she will have to prove herself by training will the infuriating Rowan Whitethorn before she can receive the information that she seeks.
Heir of Fire follows three separate stories told through many different perspectives, and is less action-packed than the first and second book, focusing more on world building and character development. It does include some surprising plot twists, though, and fans of Throne of Glass should not be disappointed.
Heir of Fire contains the same amount of language as in Crown of Midnight, but less drinking and gore (though it is still violent), and no sex scenes. However, an unmarried man and woman do kiss and share a bed (there is a brief reference to clothes having been taken off), a few scenes with partial and full nudity (nonsexual), and two men are briefly mentioned to be mated, and share a kiss.
More Throne of Glass reviews:
• Book 0.1–0.5: The Assassin’s Blade
• Book 1: Throne of Glass
• Book 2: Crown of Midnight