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So I was rereading and I just read this and I cannot go on with my life knowing Celaena spent a year without getting one hug

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Sam smiled, his brown eyes turning golden in the dawn. It was such a Sam look, the twinkle of mischief, the hint of exasperation, the kindness that would always, always make him a better person than she was.

Sarah J Maas - The Assassin’s Blade

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As someone who has seen The Princess Bride one too many times Sam saying “As you wish” to Celaena in The Assassin and The Pirate Lord just killed me

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“Celaena’s heart gave a lurch. Sam. He couldn’t be dead. Not from that dagger, or those dozen pirates, or from the catapult. No, Sam couldn’t be so stupid that he’d get himself killed. She’d … she’d … Well, she’d kill him if he was dead.”

- The Assassin’s Blade, Sarah J Maas

Don’t you love an oblivious child? Cuz I don’t


Originally posted by archangelatlas

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“Sam stared at her long enough for heat to flood her cheek, as if he could see right inside of her—see everything. The fact that he didn’t turn away from whatever he saw made her blood thrum in her veins.”

- The Assassin’s Blade, Sarah J Maas

I honestly don’t know who’s the most oblivious about their own feelings: Celaena, Simon, or Percy

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“Some of the slaves even sketched invisible marks in the air, warding off whatever evil they thought she was.”

- The Assassin’s Blade, Sarah J Maas

Does this count as foreshadowing?

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“Celaena?” Sam asked into the dark. “Should I worry about going to sleep?”

She blinked, then laughed under her breath. At least Sam took her threats somewhat seriously. She wished she could say the same for Rolfe. “No,” she said. “Not tonight.”

The Assassin and the Pirate Lord, Sarah J. Maas

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Soooo…I decided to reread the series (again) but this is my first time reading the assassin’s blade (or any of the assassin novellas). I’m reading through this and this sentence sticks out…these are Ellywe slaves…where Nehemiah was from and Nehemiah knew about wyrdmarks…do you think the slaves knee about them too!?!!

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Today’s book haul! The Assassin’s blade by Sarah J. Maas. And Daughter of the Pirate king by Tricia Levenseller. So excited to read them and add them to my collection!!!

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Every single time Rolfe sees Aelin in his office, she’s sitting in his gods-damned chair.

Just think of how frustrated he must be

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The Assassin and the Pirate Lord: first and last lines (2/2)

(The Assassin and the Healer edits will be posted tomorrow!)

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The Assassin and the Pirate Lord: first and last lines (½)

(I was inspired by another post like this though I can’t remember the user (credits to them for the idea though))

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