Title: Empire of Storms.
Author: Sarah J. Mass.
Year of Publication: 2016 (UK).
Publishers: Bloomsbury (UK).
Format: Available in paperback, an ebook, and as an audiobook.
Cost for Paperback (RRP): £7.99 (UK).
Age Range: 18 and over, if you’re younger than this I suggest asking your parents before reading.
This is the fourth book in the Throne of Glass series.
Aelin has litterally walked through hell itself in her short life; a life that could have easily turned her into a tyrant like her Fae aunt. Yet she stands at the head of her burgening court as a beackon of what her world could be if it just unites behined her. But to do so she must play a dangerous game, and risk everyhing, to walk though hell once more to free a continent.
She is shunned by the nobles of her kingdom, who only see the assasin and broken girl that she was forced to become. They have no intention of letting her take her throne, and make moves from preventing her to enter the capitol, not knowing that Aelin has plans of her own. She knows that she must gather an army, and she knows what she must do to stop her enemies, and she knows that it will cost her everything to do it.
So she starts to call people to stand with her, some from the most unlikely of sources, to make the world a place free from cruelty and suffering, with a few suprises and tricks along the way to keep us on our toes.
I love this series immensly, and I know it is one that I will always enjoy going back to long after it has ended.
There will be a book six, due out some time next year, but I am not sure what it will be called yet.
“Freedom is what you do with what’s been done to you.” Jean-Paul Sartre.