Although I haven't personally read this series by the NYT Bestselling author Sarah J. Maas, most of my friends have, and the above meme seems to describe their opinions perfectly. According to them, it's a roller coaster of love and rage and tears and every other emotion in the book. This series is going to be six books in the making, and you may be wondering what to read while you wait for book 5 next year. Here are a few suggestions.
The Winner's Curse: Marie Rutkoski- Though this world is not so dramatic and wild as the one in Throne of Glass, I believe it is one of the most elegantly crafted fantasy worlds I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Kestrel is a complicated heroine, and you won't want to wait for the third book once you've devoured this book and its sequel, The Winner's Crime. Click here to request a copy.
Falling Kingdoms: Morgan Rhodes- In another six book epic fantasy, royalty and commoners entwine, and fates are tied that cannot be broken. I've heard many good things about this series as well, and if you think you'd like to learn more, click here.
The Grisha: Leigh Bardugo- A trilogy that begins with Shadow and Bone, The Grisha books are a winding path of dark and light, good and evil, and convoluted notions of who is true and who is a lie. The gifted ones have powers to control the elements, and when one normal girl discovers that she is a Grisha, her life changes forever. See what happens by clicking here.