Chapter four actually starts off better than the last few have, by virtue of some actual character exploration. Celaena is lying on a bed, in the room she’s being housed in until the prince’s party leaves the next morning. It’s a real guest room, not wherever they keep the slaves. Continue reading
Sorry for the delay! Things got rather overwhelming for a bit.
The d after the three up there was a typo, but I couldn’t convince myself to get rid of it.
Last time in Throne of Glass, the chapter ended in the middle of a conversation in what seemed to be a very bad attempt at drawing out tension.
This time in Throne of Glass: the conversation continues from the exact point where it left off!
Seriously why couldn’t this have been one chapter. Continue reading