Review Kingdom of Ash and chocolate Hazelnut cake 🍰 πŸ¦Œβœ¨πŸŒ²πŸ‘‘ (Recipe from Bloomsbury Publishing.)

 

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Years in the making, Sarah J. Maas’s #1 New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass series draws to an epic, unforgettable conclusion. Aelin Galathynius’s journey from slave to king’s assassin to the queen of a once-great kingdom reaches its heart-rending finale as war erupts across her world. . .

Aelin has risked everything to save her people-but at a tremendous cost. Locked within an iron coffin by the Queen of the Fae, Aelin must draw upon her fiery will as she endures months of torture. Aware that yielding to Maeve will doom those she loves keeps her from breaking, though her resolve begins to unravel with each passing day…

With Aelin captured, Aedion and Lysandra remain the last line of defense to protect Terrasen from utter destruction. Yet they soon realize that the many allies they’ve gathered to battle Erawan’s hordes might not be enough to save them. Scattered across the continent and racing against time, Chaol, Manon, and Dorian are forced to forge their own paths to meet their fates. Hanging in the balance is any hope of salvation-and a better world.

And across the sea, his companions unwavering beside him, Rowan hunts to find his captured wife and queen-before she is lost to him forever.

As the threads of fate weave together at last, all must fight, if they are to have a chance at a future. Some bonds will grow even deeper, while others will be severed forever in the explosive final chapter of the Throne of Glass series.

Review:

I can’t believe this saga came to an end!!! This writer really admires her a lot and is my favorite in all this world of Bookstagram. The story is narrated from different points of view, Aedion-Lysandra, Chaol-Yrene, Dorian-Manon , Rowan-Lorcan, Gabriel, Elide, and Aelin-Fenrys, until there comes a time that all coincide in the same place, it was really difficult to read this book, I had never Cried so much in a book, you filled with emotions and feelings with each character, I could feel that it was in that book, so well narrated and explained, each chapter I read was a rollercoaster of emotions, having so much fear with each character, especially Dorian, who was Faced very dangerous situations. For the first time in a book, that other characters were not the protagonists are the heroes of the story and I loved it, this writer definitely got a 10 with this beautiful saga, each phrase was beautiful and spectacular. I always remind you that all my reviews do not have spoilers so that they can live the best experience in each book. But I’ll just say that in this book specifically in Chapter 99 was the most beautiful and epic of all, I had to read it again in order to believe it!!! Open your eyes well so they can find a surprise.

Rating

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Quotes:

– I Will Always Find You

– To Whatever end… To whatever end…

– Rattle the Stars. She’d promised to do that. Had done so much toward it, yet more remained.

 

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For this book I found this recipe that shared the editorial and I could not do it! It was delicious, and inspire me in decorating on the deer 🦌 enjoy it.

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Recipe

Chocolate Hazelnut cake

Ingredients

For the cake
Β – 1 3/4 cups self-raising flour
Β – 1 1/2 cups sugar
Β – 1/2 cup cocoa
Β – 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda/ baking soda.
Β – 1/4 teaspoon salt
Β – 125 grs. grams butter, melted (approximately one stick)
Β – 1 cup milk
Β – 2 eggs.
For the icing.
Β – 1- 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
Β – 1/2 teaspoon butter
Β – 1/2 cup cocoa
Β – 6 tbsp milk
Β – chopped hazelnuts
Instructions

1-. Preheat oven to 180 β€’C. Grease and prep a large cake pan.

2-. Sift the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Mix well with a wooden spoon.
3-. Add the melted butter and milk. Using a handheld or stand mixer, mix the ingredients for approximately ten minutes. The mixture should be a light chocolate color, but a little floury.
4-. Add the eggs. Using the mixer, beat again for two minutes. It should remain a light chocolate color, but the mixture will be less floury and quite thin.
5-. Pour the mixture into the cake pan and bake for 35-30 minutes, or until a skewer inserted into the cake comes out clean.
6-. Leave cake to cool, out of pan. Once it has cooled completely, you can frost it.
7-. In a medium sized bowl, sift the powdered sugar and cocoa together. Stir well with a spoon. Add the butter and milk and mix together with a handheld or stand mixer. Make sure the mixture is a thin, light brown mixture. If the mixture is still a little lumpy or dry, add more milk. If the mixture is too runny, add more powdered sugar and cocoa.
8-. Using a flat knife, spread the mixture on top of the cake. Decorate with chopped hazelnuts.
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