@therealsjmaas has kept #TowerofDawn riveting enough with the mystery, scheming, tension, conflict, angst, romance and fear that despite how lengthy it is, getting through the pages hasn’t at all been boring.
The world-building of the Southern Continent is fascinating.
I wouldn’t say there has been a particular change in Chaol’s character apart from him having a new woman whom he’s grown to love, care for and adore: Yrene Towers. He’s changed and become a better and more considerate and noble man BECAUSE OF HER.
Sartaq is definitely my favourite among the royal princes owing to his kindness, chivalry, generosity, selflessness, empathy and help towards Nesryn.
The tale the Stygian spider tells Nesryn is VITAL information, and I’m completely riveted while reading it.
The climax may only be several chapters, but it’s action-packed, wild, intense, and absolutely compelling.
I’m disappointed there isn’t a scene where Chaol tells Yrene outright that it was Aelin who gave her that note.
I’m elated the khagan answers when Yrene asks him to save her people, and ultimately agrees to gather his armies to go to war and sail to Erilea’s aid.
All in all, Tower of Dawn has only made me even more excited to read Kingdom of Ash!!
FULL REVIEW @goodreads.
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