A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Thorns and Roses

Hello! I finished A Court of Thorns and Roses a few days ago, and i wrote down my review when i finished in my notebook, but i never got the chance to type it up and post it, so here it is!

Summary: So this book is about a 19 year old girl named Feyre and she is a huntress who kills a wolf, and that wolf turns out to be Fae. In return for killing the Fae, Feyre must live in the Fae world in return. It’s basically a beauty and the beast retelling, but on a larger scale: it’s sexier, darker, and scarier.


My review: (Spoilers down here)

I felt that this book was really good, but having read Sarah J. Maas’s previous works, her ‘Throne of Glass’ Series, i thought that Throne of Glass was better.

I really hated Feyre’s family in the beginning, but later on when she returns to them, i felt like their characters improved.Β Ugh! Why did Tamlin send her away! She was so close to saying ‘i love you’! And no, Amarantha wouldn’t have hurt Feyre, because then Tamlin would have had his full powers!Β Speaking of Amantha, wow, what a bitch!

There’s always the ship question, who do i ship? Hmm, well, Tamlin obviously i feel is endgame, Feyre will always be with him. But then, oooh, i’m so excited for her week with Rhysand! That’s going to be so much fun to read!

Rhysand can be a real dick sometimes, and in the beginning when we first meet him, i didn’t realize that he would be any sort of love interest. When he marked Feyre though, i was like, ship!

I kind of like Rhysand, if only because i love bad guys in books. Plus, when Rhysand gets his full powers back, he’s going to be a force to be reckoned with.


Also, where does Sarah J. Maas come up with these names for her characters!? They’re beautiful and strange and i love them!

Next up is going to be my review for Miss. Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, (i just finished it)

Thanks for reading!

See ya in the next one!

-Calliope

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