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TOWER OF DAWN by Sarah J Maas

June 3rd, 2022

Returning guest and noted Chaol stan Jessie is back to discuss all things Chaol, I mean TOWER OF DAWN by Sarah J Maas! We talk disability representation, big character arcs, endgame setup, and the absolute balls of steel it took for Ms Sarah J Maas to release a Chaol-focused book in a completely different setting with completely different supporting characters after the game-changing ending of EMPIRE OF STORMS.

While we are talking about this book spoiler-free, please note that we will be including a spoiler section at the end to discuss how the eents of this book fit into the rest of the ToG series, so if you're reading along for the first time, this is wher eyou want to leave us until you finish the series. We'll give you plenty of warning before we wade into spoiler territory.

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As always, thanks to Martha Riley for our art and Djempirical for our music. And a big thanks to Jessie for joining us!

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