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Celaena has survived deadly contests and shattering heartbreak-but at an unspeakable cost. Now, she must travel to a new land to confront her darkest truth . . . a truth about her heritage that could change her life-and her future-forever. Meanwhile, brutal and monstrous forces are gathering on the horizon, intent on enslaving her world. Will Celaena find the strength to not only fight her inner demons, but to take on the evil that is about to be unleashed?
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien, the greatest assassin in Adarlan and the King’s Champion has a secret. She is really Aelin Galathynius, heir to the throne of Terrasen and part Fae. When she escaped her family’s assassination 10 years earlier, Celaena was taken in and trained by a master assassin. She hasn’t revealed her identity to anyone except Chaol, the man she loved and then gave up when he betrayed her.
Chaol knows that Celaena will be killed if anyone finds out she is Fae. He asks the evil king of Adarlan to send her to assassinate the royal family of Wendlyn, a nation at war with Adarlan. Wendlyn is the last stronghold of the Fae, and Chaol hopes Celaena will be safe there, abandoning her duties to the king and never returning.
Chaol means well, but Celaena is anxious to find the Wyrdkeys, magical objects that wield tremendous power and can be used to open portals to other worlds. She reluctantly goes, but instead of going to assassinate others, she seeks out the immortal Queen Maeve of the Fae, her great-grand aunt, to get answers on how to destroy the Wyrdkeys.
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Heir Of Fire Author – Sarah J. Maas
Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series, as well as the Court of Thorns and Roses series. Her books are published in over thirty-six languages. A New York native, Sarah lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and dog.www.worldofsarahjmaas.comwww.facebook.com/theworldofsarahjmaasInstagram: therealsjmaas
Heir of Fire Book Information
- Publisher : Bloomsbury YA; Reprint edition (September 1, 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 592 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1619630672
- ISBN-13 : 978-1619630673
- Reading age : 14 – 17 years
- Lexile measure : 910L
- Grade level : 9 – 12
- Item Weight : 1.3 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.55 x 1.55 x 8.3 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,326 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #13 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction & Dystopian Romance
- #43 in Teen & Young Adult Fantasy Action & Adventure
- #46 in Teen & Young Adult Epic Fantasy
- Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 17,646 ratings
Heir Of Fire Characters
- Aelin galathynius
- Rowan Whitethrone
- Dorian Havilliard
- Chaol Westfall
- Aedion Ashryver
- Manon Blackbeak
- Aedion Galathynius
- Imogen blackbeak
- Lorcan Salvaterre
- Nox Owen
- Duke Perrington
- Edda Blackbeak
- Endymion Whiteborn
- Fenrys Moonbeam
- Galan Ashryver
- Vesta Blackbeak
- Yrene Westfall
Heir of Fire Book Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars
This series keeps getting better!
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2020
“She was the heir of ash and fire, and she would bow to no one.”—Sarah J Maas (Heir of Fire)
(5/5⭐️) Sometimes it takes tough love to uncover true potential. Celaena wants to run from who and what she is. After everything that’s happened, she has given up on life. Until Rowan Whitethorn shows up. Charged with orders to train her, he’s got no patience for her antics. From enemies to friends, they must battle the barriers of her magic. When Rowan encounters a string of killings along the shore, he and Celaena discover the arrival of something sinister, an ancient threat from another world. It’s coming for them, and Celaena’s magic is the only thing strong enough to save them.
Wow! What a whirlwind adventure! I could not put this book down. The addition of new POVs kept me turning pages. Each time I tumbled into one character’s story line, I was switching to the next. And while these characters were all part of a storyline woven together, they were were unique in their own way, with their own flaws and their own challenges.
Heir of Fire was progressively better than the first two books. The plot and character development stood out the most. It also felt more mature than the last two. Celaena’s development really impressed me. At the beginning, she was running from herself. This became more and more evident as she struggled through her training with Rowan:
“You collect scars because you want proof that you are paying for whatever sins you’ve committed. And I know this because I’ve been doing the same damn thing for two hundred years. Tell me, do you think you will go to some blessed Afterworld, or do you expect a burning hell? You’re hoping for hell–because how could you face them in the Afterworld?”
But in the end, she faced her demons. She accepted her fate. This challenge was woven seamlessly into the main plot. And the plot itself was gripping. My favorite moments were near the end, when Celaena faced Mave. I felt like she’d conquered something huge. It was extremely fulfilling.
I also really enjoyed Celaena and Rowan’s relationship development. I’m a huge fan of enemies to lovers, and while they aren’t exactly lovers (yet?) they are very close. He starts off as such an ass! I disliked some of the things he did. But we learn his reasons, and he softens up. It was a testament to the author’s ability that she made me hate him before loving him. I think Celaena felt the same by the end:
“Gods, he was brilliant. Cunning and wicked and brilliant. Even when he beat the hell out of her. Every. Damn. Day.”
I cannot think of a single thing about this book that I would change. This story was gripping, the characters were fleshed out. The plot was riveting. The pace kept me turning pages. And each time I set the book down, I could not stop thinking about it. I’m still thinking about it, days later. I want to pick up the fourth book SO badly but I’m waiting a few weeks. That wait is going to be torture! I highly recommend this
5.0 out of 5 stars
This book… just amazing!
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2020
“Maybe we could find the way back together.”
Y’all. I finished the book a few days ago and I still don’t have the words to express my utter love for it. While it’s the third book in the series, it skyrocketed itself to the very top of the list.
Celaena’s growth is… insane in this book.
She knows what she needs to do in order to take back her kingdom, and she’s willing to do absolutely anything in her power to ensure it happens. Including interaction with her Aunt Maeve, and dealing with her immortal fae warrior, Rowan.
It’s truly beautiful how SJM is able to weave the plot together, to have multiple stories going on all at once. And I know full well there’s going to come a time when all of them converge and tie together. In a fashion that I’m sure will blow my mind.
The ending of this book was nothing short of… brutal. I’m interested to see how it all plays out in the next book– especially for some of my favorite characters.
I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to pick up a SJM book but I’m completely in on the binge at this point. If you haven’t started reading the series, I highly recommend that you begin
4.0 out of 5 stars
Stick around for the insanity in the last quarter of the book.
Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2020
I was honestly ready to walk away from this series. This book was going to be the make or break point for me, and (thankfully?) I’ll be sticking around a bit longer. I guess I should have believed everyone that kept telling me the third book was when things really picked up and things started happening. Which isn’t to say that some of my issues from the start of this series weren’t present—they were—but they were easier to forgive with the introduction of my new favorite character(s), as well as the growth Celaena/Aelin undertook that finally started endearing her to me as a character.
I will start by saying that pretty much all of Choal/Dorian/Aedion’s chapters were the least interesting. There just wasn’t much going on there, and the biggest conflict for them was STILL the fact that none of them could just talk to each other. So much time could have been saved, lives too, if they could have all stopped pouting and just been honest with one another. The miscommunication trope in YA just happens to be one of my least favorite tropes, so while there aren’t many chapters with just the boys, they just stick out more to me because of my personal tastes. I also still think Chaol gets done so dirty by pretty much everyone… It looks like that’s finally changing, but it took way too long in my opinion.
The book was slow though. So much of it was a training montage and an introspection of grief and survivor’s guilt, and a study in self-loathing. However, I did really enjoy seeing Celaena/Aelin going through those issues, because I just personally found her to be irritating a great deal in the first two books, so it was really nice to see that façade drop and real growth occur. But it did get a bit repetitive at times… And while I know what purpose Rowan ultimately fulfills in this series, a lot of the intensity of them together, or just them being together sometimes, felt forced at this point. But the slowness, and the kind of repetitive nature of Celaena/Aelin’s grief was forgiven by Manon and Abraxos (even if their story lines right now are pretty disconnected from the main characters), and the sheer insanity that was the last 20% of the book.
Whereas Celaena/Aelin’s attitude in the first two books irked me, something about Manon’s murderous arrogance felt more natural, more deserving of that character. It was more an unknown mask that this character doesn’t know she has been wearing for her long, long life than a mere simple act like how our main girl put on. Her chapters were easily my favorites and I wish there were more of them, I also wished Manon’s story arc was a bit more connected to what was happening with the rest of the story, but whatever, I still enjoyed it. I wanted to see more of the witches and their mounts in general, and for a character that is supposedly heart and soulless, Manon’s chapters had me feeling the most, hands down. I also really enjoyed when things finally started coming together; the King of Adarlan’s hand was finally shown, and these warrior main characters began actually standing up, and fighting back. The monsters were interesting (even if I could have used more fleshing out of the world they inhabited), the magic intense, and Maeve is a particularly slick kind of manipulator that I personally love in fictional adversaries. The King of Adarlan is billed to be this master manipulator, but honestly he always felt one dimensional to me; evil for evil’s sake, power hungry simply because. Whereas Maeve is a different beast all together, and I liked that more and am eager to see what happens on that front.
So yes, I’ll be sticking it out with this series a bit longer. Manon was the MVP for me this time around, and I am very worried about Chaol and Dorian, even if Dorian didn’t really have the same swagger that he did in the previous books. Things finally feel like they are happening, and I am intrigued and excited about where they are headed, which is why this book gets 4 stars from me. I know this is an older series so some things are naturally spoiled with fan art, but please don’t tell me specifics! I’ll eventually find out for myself
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not my favourite, but still brilliant!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, 2020
I really enjoy SJM books, and as a general rule I’m hooked from start to end, and this isn’t so much an exception to that as just… it never seems to grip me as much as some of her others. It’s still a damn good story, but for some reason I just don’t adore it as much as the others.
It’s a necessary book, and it does improve the image of the world she had built, it widens it and deepens the characters personalities, I really do enjoy it.
I enjoy the story, and the changes to the situation. I like the relationships we see building and the new characters that are introduced, even when I don’t particularly like them. (You know, when you enjoy reading about characters even when you kinda want to punch them in the face? That type of scenario…)
There is a lot to be said for the story and the changes that come as a result of this one, but at the same time I still kind of feel like it’s a filler book. It’s the one that Maas needed to write to get it away from the original assassin/cinderella type tale, and weave it into a thicker, more complex story.
That being said, I LOVE where this story takes us to! And when I first read it I was curious what was going to come next, with any SJM book there are twists, turns and surprises throughout, and that ending leaves you reading to dive into the next book.
If you haven’t read them before, all I can say is STICK WITH IT because by the end of the book you’ll be excited to delve into her world even deeper.
I do love how SJM doesn’t have Celaena instantly recover from her grief, instead she works through it. She’s quite frankly a knob at times because of it, but I like that. I like that it takes her time to come to terms with it, and she reverts at times and struggles to cope in many ways. She isn’t a typical “my friend died. I cried and now I’m over it” Character we see so often.
We learn more about where our Assassin is from, and she learns more about herself and her limits, she begins to become that an even more badass Character than we originally adored her for being. Take all that sass and attitude, and throw in the magic, and OMG I want to be her! But ya know… only the fun bits. 😂
Manon. Just OMG I LOVE HER. I love that entire element to this world, it gives it a whole new twist! The first time I read about them I have to say I wasn’t sure what I thought, but now knowing what is coming… it’s bittersweet. Knowing what’s coming I just want to give Manon the biggest hug! The first time I read this though, I had reservations. I remember reading them bits and feeling a bit like SJM was trying desperately to merge two totally different stories.
Dorian continues to be a sweetheart, and between him and Rowan… omg the feels in this book 😍😭😍😭 I’m glad that SJM didn’t just ignore the scenarios Celaena left behind her when she traveled, that would have annoyed me. Instead we see what is going on there at the same time, and I cried. I did. So much happens while she isn’t there and there’s so many “WTF?!” Moments along the way! But then, SJM really is the queen of twists and turns.
But for myself now, this book leaves me excited because I know that the next is my favourite in the series!
Heir of Fire continues to improve the complex world SJM has crafted, we get to know our current characters better and there are surprises galore within it! Well worth reading, and certainly needed to understand all that comes after!!
And besides… this is the introduction of my BookBoyfriend hahaha if you lived Rhysand, you’re gonna ADORE this guy
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