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Throne of GlassThrone of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
New York: Bloomsbury, 2012
Hardcover, 406.

Celaena Sardothien has survived the first year of her sentence in the salt mines; not that bad for a girl who was once the best assassin in Adarlan.  She’s not sure she will survive the next year though, and when the Crown Prince brings her an offer that could mean her freedom, Celaena accepts it.  But there is a catch, she will be just one of many competitors for the position of King’s Champion.  If she can defeat twenty-three other men, she will win both the position and her own freedom after four years of service.  However, there is more at stake than simply a competition and when some thing starts killing her competitors, Celaena has more than her freedom at stake, and it’s hard to know who is ally and who is enemy.

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