Throne of glass / Sarah J. Maas.

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      Summary: After she has served a year of hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier for her crimes, Crown Prince Dorian offers eighteen-year-old assassin Celaena Sardothien her freedom on the condition that she act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin.
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      9781599906959 : HRD
      1599906953 : HRD
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    • ABNT:
      MAAS, S. J. Throne of glass. [s. l.]: Bloomsbury, 2012. ISBN 9781599906959. Disponível em: Acesso em: 20 fev. 2020.
    • AMA:
      Maas SJ. Throne of Glass. Bloomsbury; 2012. Accessed February 20, 2020.
    • APA:
      Maas, S. J. (2012). Throne of glass. Bloomsbury.
    • Chicago/Turabian: Author-Date:
      Maas, Sarah J. 2012. Throne of Glass. Bloomsbury.
    • Harvard:
      Maas, S. J. (2012) Throne of glass. Bloomsbury. Available at: (Accessed: 20 February 2020).
    • Harvard: Australian:
      Maas, SJ 2012, Throne of glass, Bloomsbury, viewed 20 February 2020, .
    • MLA:
      Maas, Sarah J. Throne of Glass. Bloomsbury, 2012. EBSCOhost,
    • Chicago/Turabian: Humanities:
      Maas, Sarah J. Throne of Glass. Bloomsbury, 2012.
    • Vancouver/ICMJE:
      Maas SJ. Throne of glass [Internet]. Bloomsbury; 2012 [cited 2020 Feb 20]. Available from:


Booklist Reviews 2012 September #1

Librarians looking for a Hunger Games read-alike for their Katniss fans may find their best option in this first novel that began years ago as an online serial called Queen of Glass. Celaena Sardothien is a noted assassin competing to the death against soldiers, assassins, and others to earn the role as the king's champion—and eventually her long-denied freedom. Unlike most strong female protagonists, Celaena relishes the exquisite trappings of her new environment: the fine fabrics, the intricate embroideries, and the jewel adornments. Her taste for finery, though, never impedes her success in the tests or her determination to track down the meaning of the wyrd marks and the evil force that is killing competitors ahead of schedule. Of course, there is a love triangle, but Prince Dorian and the Captain of the Guard (begrudgingly assigned to keep Celaena safe) make for interesting foils to a female assassin, one who values the lure of freedom more than male companionship. Her freedom will likely have to wait; duty calls in the next book. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: A six-figure promotional push and the obvious Hunger Games parallels ensure that this title will meet with widespread demand from both teens and adults. Copyright 2012 Booklist Reviews.

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2013 Spring

In order to gain her freedom, skilled assassin Celaena Sardothien enters a competition to become the King's Champion. Filled with secrets, murder, magic, court intrigue, and forbidden romance, this engrossing (if purple-prosed) fantasy introduces an audacious yet feminine heroine looking for a second chance at life. Detailed world-building and unanswered questions create opportunities for future exciting tales from the land of Erilea.

PW Reviews 2012 June #3

Readers seeking the political intrigue of Kristen Cashore's Graceling and its sequels or the deadly competition at the heart of The Hunger Games will find both in Maas's strong debut novel. Celaena Sardothien is considered the best assassin in Adarlan, and she has been condemned to the salt mines for her work. As the story opens, she is plucked from slow execution by the calculating crown prince, Dorian, to be his candidate for champion, competing against "hieves and assassins and warriors" to become an enforcer for the king. The stakes are freedom or death: win or return to the mines. Youthful captain Chaol is charged with preventing Celaena's escape, and though she fantasizes about killing him on occasion, he becomes a far different target of her attention. This is not cuddly romance, but neither is it grim. Celaena is trained to murder, yet she hasn't lost her taste for pretty dresses or good books, and a gleam of optimism tinges her outlook. Maas tends toward overdescription, but the verve and freshness of the narration make for a thrilling read. Ages 12–up. Agent: Tamar Rydzinski, Laura Dail Literary Agency. (Aug.)

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