This book in the series had different character development which I enjoyed and I really liked how the story pulls together so you have more understanding
My first goal for #marvellousmay
This book was an interesting addition to the series that just focused on Chaol and his healing journey and how he comes to meet Yrene. I definitely enjoyed reading about his journey and I love Yrene but I agree with other reviews about Nesryn's portion not being as engaging. Overall, very good!
Bk11 of February & Bk1 of #20in4 #readathon is done! The 6th in the TOG series,technically it‘s really a parallel story, is much better than people were expecting when it was released. Following only Chaol & Nesryn, it was originally a novella until the story grew. With a new continent, culture, characters & creatures, it‘s captivating(see what I did there😁). #BookspinBingo #SeriesRead2022 #ChunksterChallenge #Pop22 #Pageathon #KickTheSlump
I know people have lots of feelings about Chaol &breaking away from the main story to follow him in this book, but all my feelings on it are very positive. Aside from the final book in the series, this is my favorite, &Yrene one of the best characters Maas writes. It did take me about 50 pages to get into it, but then I was like”Aelin, who?”Love this story, Chaol‘s growth, Yrene & the all the southern continent brings, &all of Maas‘ crazy twists.
I'm still never going to love Chaol as much as I love everyone else, but I truly love this story of healing for him. Plus a trip to the Southern Continent! #yafantasy
Book #27: It wasn‘t as bad to read as I was expecting. There were lulls for me, but the ending made it all worth it. I‘m not really sure how people skip this book because we do learn new info. I liked Yrene and the development of her relationship with Chaol. I really wanted to care about Nesryn‘s story but I feel like her character just isn‘t developed in a meaningful way. I feel like we only know her surface level even now. On to the final novel!
So I finished this book shortly after finishing Empire of Storms because I was reading them together using the method above. And it was definitely an experience and I loved it. And Tower of Dawn did not disappoint it exceeded my expectations. Chaol definitely redeemed himself and i Also love all the other characters introduced. 4/5 ⭐️‘s though because it started of slow.
This book has been wonderful, even though Aileen and Rowan's storyline has paused for the time being. Caol's fate is an interesting read on its own and his eventual learning the truth about himself. I again found this book impossible to put down. It has admittedly been a memorable ride, and one I recommend as a #mustread
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Neseryn theory - so far i have watched how even in the small-ish time they have been there on the southern continent, that she has fallen head over heals for it. she sees her family as much as she can she loves the city - its home for her. I don‘t think she's going to leave when Chaol does, i don‘t think she's going to be able to love interest or not.
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I. Am. In. Tears.
I was originally not at all excited for this book but then I read some reviews and I was HYPED. This book didn't let me down at all. Not one bit. I'm shook to the max by how much I utterly love this book. I was in no way ready for everything that happened in this book and I'm blown away by all of the twists and turns that occurred. (Continued in the comments)
Chaol was away any least favorite character of this series, but I found myself liking this story despite him. The action, world building, and in-world politics were engaging and the stars are aligning for the series to wrap up strong!
A slow beginning but it really picked up towards the end! Throughout the series Chaol went from one of my fav characters, to my least fav and is on his way back up to my favs. I understand why Maas made this book separate from the previous, it would‘ve been too much information all at once otherwise and even though I enjoyed the book, I wish it wasnt as long and wasnt straight after the amazing ending of the book before this one.
I‘m about 1/4 of the way through at the moment. So far it‘s a bit slow and I miss all the other characters. I understand that Maas couldn‘t have fit all of the stuff in Erilea going on aswell as stuff with Chaol but so far, I‘m just trying to get through this one in order to get to the last book. But hopefully it picks up
Empire of Storms had me sobbing at the end. I don't know how I'm gonna make it through these last two books. I'm already planning a re read. Onto Tower of Dawn!
Honestly, I am more than a bit disappointed by this book. The first half was boring, the primary focus being Chaol's paralysis. The second half was good, but the action wasn't as good as it's predecessor. There were also some fairly good reveals. But even though as the book was more than 600 pages, I still felt that Chaol and Yrene's relationship was rushed a lot. Overall, the book was okayish.