Book Review – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas


I read this book in a day.

Because I couldn’t put it down.

I deeply enjoyed the world the author created, and the characters on the page were vivid and clear. But most important… the end sequence. The stakes kept ramping up, the circumstances kept plummeting, and I wanted desperately to reach into the pages, grip Feyre by the arm and help her to her feet.

There were a number of swoon-worthy gentlemen in there that my romantic heart quite enjoyed as well.

I will say that I would have liked Feyre to have a female confidant, someone she could step away from all the smoldering looks and whatnot, so that she was not so heavily reliant on the men in this fairy castle, but that might have slowed the pacing down. Still, I am hopeful in the next book – which I absolutely must buy after that heart-pounding experience – that the world will open up a little more and give us some deeper friendships for Feyre to explore.

For parents out there — this book does have some adult situations in it, so it may not be appropriate to younger audiences.

For everyone else – yes, even the men – I highly recommend this book. The world came to life via the prejudices that were lived in it, and the love story was one that kept me turning the pages.

Purchas Info:: I had this on my Kindle, just waiting for me to discover it’s loveliness, so I’ll direct you to Amazon!

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