BOOK REVIEW: Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

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5 Star Rating

I actually finished this book before the end of February. I haven’t marked it off on my goodreads list yet because I wanted to write my review on WordPress first. I’m currently enjoying the lovely Cali weather and some vacation time.

Honestly, Sarah J. Maas does it again. I picked of the first Throne of Glass over the spring of 2016 and I read books one through four very quickly. Obviously Book 5 came out in September of 2016. I had preordered it on Amazon. I couldn’t get to it until February. I was in the process of buying a house and moving in Sept/Oct. After November hits, I read, but not the books I have been meaning to read.  If you haven’t started reading this series yet and love this genre, I suggest you walk away from this review. 

I loved this book. Aelin and Rowan relationship deepens. Aedion and Lyssandra get closer. War is evidentable between darkness and light. Manson and Dorian’s establish a relationship. 

I obviously haven’t finished this review because a) I forgot about it b) laziness and c) full time job. 
If you liked the first four books of her series, the fifth one is even better. It will give you even more of an understanding into the story and what Arlin plans to do, even though she is very secretive. You get be other characters point of views too, which actually helps the reader understand plot more and why things happen the way they do. 

I know it’s not one of my better reviews, but for now it will do. Don’t judge me too harshly. K, thanks. 

xoxo,

Steph

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