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By Sarah J. Maas
She is the best murderer her international has ever known.
But the place will her moral sense, and her center, lead her?
After a yr of tough exertions within the Salt Mines of Endovier, eighteen-year-old murderer Celaena Sardothien has gained the king's contest to develop into the recent royal murderer. but Celaena is way from dependable to the crown – a mystery she hides from even her so much intimate confidantes.Keeping up the lethal charade—while pretending to do the king's bidding—will try out her in scary new methods, particularly whilst she's given a job which could jeopardize every little thing she's come to deal with. And there are way more risky forces amassing at the horizon -- forces that threaten to spoil her whole international, and may without doubt strength Celaena to choose. the place do the assassin’s loyalties lie, and who's she keen to struggle for?
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Being friends with Dorian wasn’t something she was certain she could actually do. indd 29 4/2/13 9:06 AM Sarah j. Maas have that gleam in his sapphire eyes—and not when he was the son of the man who gripped her fate in his hands. But in the two months since she’d ended whatever had been between them, she’d often found herself missing him. Not the kissing and flirting, but just him. ” A glimmer of ire flashed across his face, and he stood. She had to tip her head back to look at him. ” His voice was low.
Tell me what books you’re reading—or buying,” he added with a wink in the direction of her parcels. ” she asked, forcing herself to give him a half-smile. ” She batted her eyelashes at him. ” Actually, the thought of Dorian with other women made her want to shatter a window, but it wouldn’t be fair to let him know that. She glanced at the clock on the small table beside a wall. “I actually need to go back into Rifthold right now,” she said. It wasn’t a lie. She still had a few hours of daylight left—enough time to survey Archer’s elegant townhouse before trailing him for a few hours to get a sense of his usual whereabouts.
All of these awful things? ” Her heart thundered—with fear, with anger, she didn’t know. ” “There is no such thing as fate,” Celaena hissed. ” Celaena took a step closer to the door. “Says the girl who spent a year in Endovier. ” She glared into Mort’s gleaming face. ” “You don’t mean that,” he said. Celaena gripped the hilt of her dagger. “I do. ” Celaena snorted. “Don’t you understand? It’s already too late. It’s been too late for years now. Where was Elena ten years ago, when there was whole host of heroes that she could have had her pick of ?
Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass, Book 2) by Sarah J. Maas