Throne of Glass: Sarah J. Maas: 1
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Oh, and no, it isn’t okay to let a “mature” prepubescent or mid way through puberty child read this book and allow it to impact and shape their view of reality and impact their imagination.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas - LoveReading4Kids
The book is largely devoted to establishing the characters and their world, setting up relationships, conflicts, and ethical dilemmas that will unfold in later installments. se x and if this is the case I would wait until the parent, possibly you, think that this knowledge is ready to be shared. I'm up to book 5, and btw, I'm not a parent, I am thirteen years old and am just doing that to get it free.Mysterious Princess Nehemia, visiting from a conquered kingdom, befriends Celaena and reveals unexpected depths. Throne of Glass finds its teen and twenty-something characters uneasily building trust and falling in love, even as palace intrigue and their own experience make betrayal a likely outcome.
Throne of Glass: Throne of Glass, Book 1 - Common Sense Media
Celaena, the protagonist, is a great character in many aspects, but being an assassin, she does exhibit many behaviours which a younger audience may begin to display. The Prince enters her into a competition to become the King’s champion, and the book unfolds as Celaena works her way through the competition, learns more about herself, and faces down horror after horror that her world throws at her. Families can talk about stories like Throne of Glass and the premise that sometimes none of your choices are good, but you have to choose anyway.Along the way, there's a lot of sexual tension and release, with plenty of overheated description, such as: "His bite lightened, and his tongue caressed the place his teeth had been.
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Imprisoned aboard a satellite by the evil Queen Levana, Cress has grown up surrounded by nothing but netscreens and forced to be the Queen's eye in the sky. I hate to even give you the names of the characters, because naming the characters can tell you how the books play out later in the series!As I am writing this review, I realize now that I never read The Assassins’s Blade, which is a collection of stories set before the first Throne of Glass novel introduced us to Celaena and her story. Lots of romantic confusion and longing among the lead characters, who are in their teens and twenties.