Title: Queen of Shadows.
Author: Sarah J Maas.
Year of Publication: 2015 (UK).
Publisher: Bloomsbury (UK).
Format: Available in paperback and as an ebook.
Cost for Paperback (RRP): £ 7.99 (UK).
Age Range: I suggest from about 16 up, if you’re younger than this I suggest asking your parents first.
This book is the fourth book in a series called Throne of Glass.
This series has come closest to rivalling Harry Potter for me. It’s main character has become on of my big heroes in literature, and the first book in the series was the very first book I posted about on his blog.
Celaena, now using her real name Aelin, is back in Adarlan, and she is on the warpath for the two men who took everything from her and her people. But unlike before, she is not alone, and no matter how much she tries to keep them out of arms way, there is no way to stop them from helping their Queen.
With her former master still trying to manipulate her, and the King of Adarlan butchering his own people, Aelin starts to become the Queen that her country needs, and prove that there is always a way back from even the darkest of places. This book is full of adventure, love, and a fight for what is right.
There will be a book five, released in Autumn/Fall 2016, but it currently has no tittle. Also, I know I put an age of 14 and over for the previous books and 16 on this one, but this book is a little racier than the previous ones.
“One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.” Euripides.