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La asesina y el señor de los piratas Information
|Book Name:||La asesina y el señor de los piratas|
|Author:||Sarah J. Maas|
|Series||Throne of Glass #0.1|
|PDF Size||639 KB|
|ePub Size||355 KB|
As a kind of punishment, the assassins’ guild has exiled the fearsome killer Celaena Sardo thien to a remote tropical island. The Lord of the Pirates’ Guild sent Celaena on her first mission to collect a debt owed to them. But upon realising that payment will be made not in currency but in slaves, the mission abruptly shifts. To repair the wrongs that have been done up until that point, the killer will risk all.
About The Author Sarah J. Maas
In the world of literature, there are few authors who have achieved the level of success and acclaim that Sarah J. Maas has. With her captivating storytelling and vivid imagination, Maas has become a household name, captivating readers around the globe with her mesmerising series such as Crescent City, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and the Throne of Glass. Having secured the coveted #1 spot on the New York Times bestseller list, Maas has proven time and time again that her books are not to be missed. Her ability to create intricate worlds filled with complex characters has garnered her a dedicated fan base that eagerly awaits each new release. Whether you find yourself immersed in the magical realm of Crescent City, where angels and humans coexist, or embarking on a thrilling journey through the treacherous courts of A Court of Thorns and Roses, Maas’s writing transports you to a place where anything is possible.
And let’s not forget the epic adventure that awaits in the Throne of Glass series, where a young assassin’s destiny unfolds in a world of political intrigue and dangerous alliances. With each page turned, readers are drawn deeper into Maas’s richly woven narratives, unable to resist the allure of her Like a Blog: Her books have been incredibly successful, with over twelve million copies sold worldwide. They have also been translated into an impressive thirty-seven languages, making them accessible to readers from all around the globe. Like a Blog: Sarah, a New York native, has made Philadelphia her home along with her husband, son, and furry companion.
La asesina y el señor de los piratas Book Summary
My introduction to Sarah J. Maas’s Throne of Glass universe did not begin with The Assassin and the Pirate Lord. Instantly, Celaena’s personality captivated me. I liked that she was a cold-blooded killer who didn’t give a damn about what others thought of her. Initially, I couldn’t decide what I thought of Sam. It took me some time to start feeling comfortable around him.
I enjoyed this novella largely because to its setting. Pirates have always held a special allure for me. I’ve always had a thing for pirates, from Blackbeard to Jack Sparrow. I enjoyed this novella since it was set on an island ruled by the Lord of the Pirates. It seemed plausible from Maas’s description that the island may exist in the Caribbean.