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I feel like this wiki is slowly losing members,and then gaining people but no one is posting soooo.,. Make this post seen!!!
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Im reading the 5 book
Im from brazil
After the other 2 i have to read ther is more stuff of ToG world i should know about??
Sarah: heres a new character
Me:omg one more?
*reads 2 lines*
Me:ok tell me more about this new person
Me: *Carrying books into lunch room* (We sit in there in the morning)
Teacher: That's a whole lot of books you're carrying there, kiddo.
Me: Mind if ya help???
Teacher: Mm, nah. *Walks away*
Me: >:(((( *sigh* SUPERCAT!!!!
(That's my bff's Roblox username, I used it to protect her privacy...so yea)
Christmas time and everyone is opening presents:
Evaline: *squeals* OMG I GOT A PONY!!!!
Chaol: Thx for the baby clothes everyone
Manon: Socks Aelin seriously!?
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Me: ...and Chaol does____and then Yrene does ______
Friends: Remind us WHY we are here in the first place???
Me: OH, ummmmmmmmm.....IDK?
Friends: We're going to go play outside like NORMAL kids.
Me: *sigh* well, i guess im here alone now...
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Is it just me, or does the Queen of Shadow cover look like Manon Blackbeak instead of Aelin?
Do you think the king of Adarlan found those people whom Celaena was asked to kill but she let them, later? Did the king executed them or were their lives spared?
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I’ve selected a few songs for the eight books of the Throne of Glass series. (I made this in a little bit of a rush, so pardon any typos or nonsensical senstences—I might’ve trailed off here or there—but enjoy the songs, and feel free to share your own!)
[WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!]
THE ASSASSIN’S BLADE: ‘All for Us,’ by Labrinth and Zendaya. (I’ll try to comment a song for each novella, but this song feels like it encapsulates the whole of the book well. N.b. the comparison between substance abuse and its power over an addict is reminiscent to the behavior and development of Arobynn Hamel throughout each plotline.
THRONE OF GLASS: ‘Come With Me Now’, by KONGOS. The song sounds like something sung by a chain gang, which magnifies my reason for choosing this tune. As the song crescendos, think of Celaena’s journey from Endovier to Adarlan, as she is freed from her chains in one area to start her hejira (‘a journey of escape’) in another location. The loud stomping and holler as the song progresses is in a way a shout to her captors, of what’s to become of her. An honorable line: I was born without this fear, now only this seems clear, I need to move, I need to fight, I need to lose myself tonight.
CROWN OF MIDNIGHT: ‘Glimpse of a Time’, by Broken Twin for Part One, The King’s Champion; ‘We’, by Bon Iver for Part Two, The Queen’s Arrow. Part One feels like everything you’ve had being taken away from you, whereas Part Two is a reminder to never forget, and only forgive those deemed worthy—and that the ones you love truly can hurt you the most.
HEIR OF FIRE: ‘On Some Faraway Beach’, by Brian Eno for Part One, Heir of Ash; ‘Wolf’, by First Aid Kit for Part Two, Heir of Fire. In Part One, we are officially introduced to Wendlyn—however, it doesn’t quite feel like our protagonist is truly home, moreso on ‘some faraway beach’. In Part Two, more adapted to the lands and her Fae body, and having to fight, ‘Wolf’ feels like the perfect war song—especially when Rowan’s pack comes to help.
QUEEN OF SHADOWS: ‘Don’t Come Around Here No More’, by Tom Petty for Part One, Lady of Shadows; ‘Dorian’, by Agnes Obel for Part Two, Queen of Light. While both songs could work for both parts, I feel it rather poetic to group Part Two with Agnes Obel’s quiet piano piece. What sounds sad at first, and would’ve if listened during the previous books, the song during Part Two suddenly feels like a bittersweet reunion. As for Part One, the song references the very end, where Aelin and Lysandra kill a burden from their past.
EMPIRE OF STORMS: ‘Empire Ants’, by Gorillaz & Little Dragon for ‘NIGHTFALL’, the Prologue; ‘Voodoo in My Blood’, by Massive Attack & Young Fathers for Part One, The Fire-Bringer; ‘Muddy Waters’ by LP for Part Two, Fireheart. The prologue is melancholy at first, like its respective song. However, once we are aware of the sacrifice made by Gavin and Elena, the tempo quickens, the plot thickens. In Part One, Aelin’s gathering up her firepower and has become a killing machine (for the powers of good), and though there’s a few bumps along the way, she’s not a force to be reckoned with. But the song abruptly stops, as if the voodoo in Aelin’s blood had frozen, as she watches Manon fall into the water from Abraxos in a cliffhanger just as abrupt. In Part Two, with bad news and two pages of shit to do on Aelin’s agenda, things take possibly the most dire turn, as Aelin’s is once again chained, then masked, then entombed in iron.
TOWER OF DAWN: ‘Scarborough Fair’, by Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel for Part One, The God-City; ‘The Sound of Silence’, by Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel for Part Two, Mountains and Seas. In Part One, Chaol and Nesryn arrive in Antica, in search of healers at the Torre Cesme (‘parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme’ reminds me of floral medicines). At the end of Part Two, in which we can only picture Chaol screaming and sobbing, even silence seems to dominate those screams. Where he once was physically numb, he has now become emotionally numb (and not comfortably).
KINGDOM OF ASH: ‘Molten Light’, by Chad VanGaalen for Part One, Armies and Allies; ‘World Gone Mad’, by Bastille for Part Two, Gods and Gates. In Part One, we are waiting, we are emotional, we’re anticipating something, anything—but for a while, that all feels doomed, until Aelin is freed. In Part Two, we suffer the worst of the battles, and the hardest of losses, and truly begin to understand how corrupt the land of Erilea really is.
And for the Epilogue of Kingdom of Ash, A BETTER WORLD: ‘Un Nouveau Soleil’ by M83 (‘A New Sun’). The song, an instrumental, is the perfect closing for the epilogue, where we finally have a new world, a better world.
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So I've been wondering this for a while. What time period is Throne of Glass set in?
So far I've seen only Manon and Asterin.
Is there an Aelin yet? Because I was going to change my account name to something that has to do with her.
Here's my new account....yea