Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass, #2)

Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass, #2) - Sarah J. Maas I'm really enjoying this series. Celaena isn't always easy to like. She's often impatient and acts like a petulant child. Yet, beneath all that is nothing more than a girl who dreams of being free and living a normal life. It bothered me how reactionary she was. Often I wanted her to just stop. Assess what was happening and then react. It just felt like she was easily falling into the schemes of others, even of her dear friend Nehemia.

Chaol... I love Chaol. But much like Celaena, I wish he too would just stop and think. I hate that he kept thinking the worst of her. I'm not a Dorian fan, but he at least stops and actually talks to Celaena and makes an effort to truly understand the reasoning behind her actions. Not surprised at all about what we learned of Dorian.

The ending wasn't too shocking for me either. I do wish it hadn't gone that route though. I was content with knowing that Celaena had some magical background but was now an assassin.