Books,  YA

Throne of Glass Colouring Book

Throne of Glass Colouring Book

You’ve all seen the adult colouring book craze, right? There used to only be a few and now there are loads? Including Harry Potter ones! (Which is awesome, right?)

So hopefully my book today doesn’t need that kind of introduction! I think we all, hopefully get the gist of the adult colouring book. So… without further ado…

Here are my thoughts on the Throne of Glass Colouring Book!.

About the Book

For the first time, fans of Sarah J. Maas’s sweeping New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass saga can experience the vivid imagery of her expansive world. Celaena battling the ridderak in the catacombs, Chaol in the gardens of the glass castle, Manon riding her wyvern through the Crossing, and many other favorite moments, characters, and objects come to life as readers explore the vibrantly detailed realm of Throne of Glass. Stunning original black-and-white drawings will bring fans deeper into the series than ever before-making this a must-have companion to Sarah J. Maas’s beloved books.

Goodreads. Amazon UK. The Book Depsitory.

My Review

When I first received this book for review I wasn’t entirely sure how I was going to review it. I mean… it’s just a colouring book. But then I realised that it actually wasn’t.

And what I mean by that is…

As well as pictures to colour in, this book also has phrases…


wonderful, wonderful words taken from the very brilliant and fantastic Throne of Glass book. (And the four novellas too!)

And the words correlate to the pictures you’re about to colour in too.

And I have to admit that I loved that. It made me itching to re-read the entire series again as I once again got transported into this different world that Sarah J Maas has so brilliantly created for us all.

But on top of all of that, I have to tell you all that the illustrations in this book are absolutely divine. Honestly. I could stare at them all day because even without colour they are incredible and I want to shake hands with the illustrator and thank her for making such a wonderful book.

No, really.


The illustrations are so wonderful that it makes my colouring look decent. My colouring makes the illustrations of the book stand out and become even more vibrant and beautiful and that makes this book one hell of an awesome book to colour.

And thus, I have to admit it might even be high up on the list of my favourites!

Have you seen this colouring book yet?


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