A Court of Thorns and Roses – Review

“I love you,” I said, and stabbed him. 

I decide that this book series deserves individual posts or this would end up just one huge babbling run on blog post πŸ˜‚

So, starting off with the book that had me hooked with Sarah J Maas‘ writing, A Court of Thornes and Roses (ACOTAR).

The book is a modern fantasy retelling of Beauty and the Beast. I was expecting an of the charts Romance between Feyre and a shape shifting Lord of the Spring Court, Tamlin. 

I had the story all mapped out in my head, boy meets girl, boy pushes girl away, boy falls in love with girl – you get the drill. 

But I was pleasently surprised when the mysterious Lord of the Night Court joined the picture.

He came with no warning and he was a game changer. We actually don’t get a lot of Rhysand in this book but I cherrised every moment since he is my favorite character of the series! 

Mass writes in a unique way. She offers amazing description of far away lands and manages to captivate our interest even though we are kept in the dark along side Feyre.

I cannot wait to reread this book, which of course had an amazing ending. It ended with a subtle cliffhanger, so you can understand that you will need to have A Court of Mist And Fury ready to read by your side 😍 

I recommend ACOTAR 100%. You won’t be dissapointed that you spend time and money on this book. It is so rewarding in so many ways. And the romance will sweep your of your feet.

Till the next book review – see you in Velaris πŸ˜‰ 

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