Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Heir Of Fire
I think so far this is one my favorite books in the series. I loved that there was more of her fae form and she comes to accept who and what she is. I also suspect a new potential love interest in Rowen. Even though the book doesn't focus on that and doesn't suggest it, as a reader who loves the characters I want to ship them even is Maas doesn't. I wish we had a little bit more from Rowen, but the mystery adds to the charm of his character. I expect to see great things from him in the next novel, and interested to see how Chaol will react to his presence. I liked how all three books have flowed together seamlessly. It didn't feel like I have stopped reading the series for a couple of months. It picked up right where the last one left off and provided enough backstory to remind readers of what happened in the previous novels, but not too much that made readers think it was simply re-telling the previous volumes.
Sarah Maas is an exceptional story teller. I admit I was a little weary of the series when I started it, but I simply cannot wait to get my hands on the next book and have already started telling people they need to read this series. Mass captures her readers from the very first words and develops a world that makes readers want to visit become a part of. I found the Blackbeak story line interesting as well and look forward to seeing more from them and seeing how Manon changes as we already started to see.
Overall this is a fantastic book that fantasy lover will enjoy greatly. If you haven't started reading this series then you need to begin it, I give this book in the series a 5 out of 5 as it just keeps getting better. Characters remain flawless and continue to develop even when you think they can't anymore.