By Sarah J. Maas
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien is daring, bold and gorgeous – the right seductress and the best murderer her international has ever recognized. yet notwithstanding she gained the King's contest and have become his champion, Celaena has been granted neither her liberty nor the liberty to persist with her center. The slavery of the suffocating salt mines of Endovier that scarred her earlier is not anything in comparison to a existence absolute to her darkest enemy, a king whose rule is so darkish and evil it truly is close to most unlikely to defy. Celaena faces a call that's tearing her middle to items: kill in chilly blood for a guy she hates, or threat sentencing these she likes to loss of life. Celaena needs to come to a decision what she is going to struggle for: survival, love or the way forward for a country. simply because an murderer can't have all of it . . . And attempting to could wreck her.
Love or detest Celaena, she's going to slice open your center together with her dagger and depart you bleeding lengthy after the final web page of the hugely expected sequel in what's undeniably the most well liked new delusion series.
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I didn’t. My time was up. Just then, the door opened, and the two men came into the room. My heart would’ve sunk when I saw them, except my heart had already sunk so low there was nowhere left for it to go. But these two—these men—you could see it in their eyes: they were the worst kind of enemies to have. Not even evil—just obedient to evil, just dead in their hearts and minds and following blindly whatever orders they were given. Right now, their orders were “Kill him”— that meant me. One look at them, and I knew no matter what I said, they would follow those orders to the end.
I said—and he stopped. I turned back to Rat Face. “One . . ” I said. Rat Face’s frantic hands fumbled their way to the strap on my right wrist. It took him a second to steady his fingers enough to do the job. A second later, the strap came loose. Heaving the right side of my body up off the chair, I hurled Rat Face across the room. He smashed hard into the chest of drawers and collapsed to the floor. He lay there, panting, clutching his throat with one hand and his midsection with the other.
It wasn’t easy. In my terror, I found it hard to get my eyes to keep still, to train them on things and take them in. I had to force myself to do it. I looked at my left wrist first. At the chair arm it was strapped to. Nothing. The strap was strong and secure. The metal of the chair was smooth. Same with my right wrist. My hand extended over the arm of the chair. I could open and close it into a fist. But there was nothing within reach, nothing I could get hold of. What about my ankles? I had to lean forward in the chair as far as I could to get a look at the front of them, then lean over to the side to get another angle.