Tag: Sarah J. Maas

House of Earth and Blood – Sarah J. Maas

There was a wolf at the gallery door. Which meant it must be Thursday, which meant Bryce had to be really gods-damned tired if she relied on Danika’s comings and goings to figure out what day it was. The heavy metal door to Griffin Antiquities thudded with the impact of the wolf’s fist—a fist that […]

Catwoman; Soulstealer – Sarah J. Maas

The roaring crowd in the makeshift arena didn’t set her blood on fire. It did not shake her, or rile her, or set her hopping from foot to foot. No, Selina Kyle only rolled her shoulders—once, twice. And waited. The wild cheering that barreled down the grimy hallway to the prep room was little more […]

A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J. Maas

The first snow of winter had begun whipping through Velaris an hour earlier. The ground had finally frozen solid last week, and by the time I’d finished devouring my breakfast of toast and bacon, washed down with a heady cup of tea, the pale cobblestones were dusted with fine, white powder. I had no idea […]

Tower of Dawn – Sarah J. Maas

Chaol Westfall, former Captain of the Royal Guard and now Hand to the newly crowned King of Adarlan, had discovered that he hated one sound above all others. Wheels. Specifically, their clattering along the planks of the ship on which he’d spent the past three weeks sailing through storm-tossed waters. And now their rattle and […]

Empire of Storms – Sarah J. Maas

The bone drums had been pounding across the jagged slopes of the Black Mountains since sundown. From the rocky outcropping on which her war tent groaned against the dry wind, Princess Elena Galathynius had monitored the dread-lord’s army all afternoon as it washed across those mountains in ebony waves. And now that the sun had […]

A Court of Wings and Ruin – Sarah J. Maas

The buzzing flies and screaming survivors had long since replaced the beating war-drums. The killing field was now a tangled sprawl of corpses, human and faerie alike, interrupted only by broken wings jutting toward the gray sky or the occasional bulk of a felled horse. With the heat, despite the heavy cloud cover, the smell […]


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