REVIEW: A Court of Thorns and Roses

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Format: Ebook
Duration: 432 pages
Genre: Fantasy, YA
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“Don’t feel bad for one moment about doing what brings you joy.”


Feyre originally grew up in a wealthy home with her 2 sisters but when her father could not pay back debtors they were forced to live in poverty. She turned into the sole provider for her family – without her they wouldn’t have the food she hunted or the push to cut firewood to keep warm. One day while hunting desperate after a few days of not eating, she ran into a wolf that was about to steal the deer she was going to kill. So, she ended up killing the deer and the wolf to sell the wolf pelt for money and use the deer for food. The day after a Faerie came to her home terrifying her family – stating that the wolf she killed was a faerie so there was only 2 choices – he could kill her or she could live out the rest of her days in Prythian, land of the faeries. She ended up going with him the Prythian unsure if she made the right choice. This book follows Feyre’s adventure learning about the faeries she’s living with and what is engulfing their land.


This series was recommended to me in a book FB group. The person told me to immediately put all 3 of the books in the series on hold at the library because it’s so good that you’ll want to read the next one right away. So I listened to her wise words and she definitely wasn’t wrong.

This book is such an adventure from start to finish. I was upset because when I was looking at the 2nd book on GR I accidentally read some of the synopsis and it spoiled what happened for me. BUT there was still so much anticipation and lead up to the ending.

This book will not disappoint you if you love fantasy.


“Pity those who don’t feel anything at all”

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