- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens (2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1408888181
- ISBN-13: 978-1408888186
- Product Dimensions: 29 x 20 x 3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 65 customer reviews
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A Court of Thorns and Roses Paperback – 2016
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Sarah J. Maas wrote the first incarnation of her debut novel, Throne of Glass, when she was just sixteen. Since its publication, it has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Teen Book of the Year and has sold in sixteen languages. The sequels, Crown of Midnight and Heir of Fire, are New York Times bestsellers. When Sarah is not writing, she can be found watching everything from Star Wars to Hayao Miyazaki films and reading fairy tales. To find out more, visit www.sarahjmaas.com.
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A Court of Thorns and Roses, the title sounds intriguing(Did I spell that one right?) And before you realize, you are already falling for the book and its awesome cover. They definitely caught me by the color red unlike me.
The starting was similar to Hunger Games, where Katniss had to lead the family and Feyre-(What an awesome name?) Had the same instincts to keep her family alive.
I recommand because:
1. Feyre is different. She's not another Tris or Katniss but a Flawed Feyre and I really liked her for that.
2. This book might have been a bit boring and quite unbelievable at times but the next one, it would wrap you around its fingers and you're going to crazy behind Rhysand. Not Tamlin. He's a prick, to quote Feyre.
3. It's humorous. (I believe, thats a reason worth reading)
The only thing I hate about is the long description about things. It pisses me off more than often with the usage of sentences like- I was hurt and sleepy and tired and torn apart. (FYI: There's a thing called comma.)
Regardless of that fact, I was still able to continue and read it. Like I always say,
Read books, eat pizzas and read this book if your instincts yell at you to do so.
I have one word for this FANTASTIC!!!!! it is a thrilling story the author has created these wonderfull characters with so many layers. the world of prythian was so engaging it just draws you in. Our heroine Feyre is fierce she risks her life for her family's survival .she is a strong capable young woman. Tamlin is PERFECTION he is incrediblely complex and emotional i loved seeing tamlin and feyre's relationship develop. the plot of just perfect not a single chapter did dull my interest. The ending left we wanting more. Please give it one a try you will fall in love with the book
The first thing about this book is the world Sarah has created. I was really interested about Prythian and the way Humans and Fae live. I was so excited to find out more about the history of the land, which there was a lot more of in this book than in Sarah's other novels.
Sarah J Maas is truly good at, is creating interesting characters. Her female characters are always incredibly strong and just generally people you can look up to. Her male characters are also incredibly intersting. Rhysand is very mysterious character throughout the book cant wait to find more about him.
Feyre is my favourite character. she is strong, brave and beautiful.
What to say about ending! Just fabulous S.J.Mass is just amazing.
Can’t wait to pick next book in series.
The beginning of the book was little slow narrating the pity condition of Feyre that forced her to become a hunter and struggle to feed her family. At this moment i felt Feyre is always whining about how much she cared for her family and how none of her sisters even bothered. But as the story progresses Feyre turns into a real strong character. When she takes the decision to return back to Faerie land to save Tamlin and face Amarantha, the story becomes fast phased and more interesting.
Tamlin is very strong, ferocious and dangerous and is one of the high fae. I fell in love with this character. His character begins as an anti-hero and with the progress of story it turns into the main hero. In this re-telling of Beauty and Beast, Tamlin represents the Beast. The only thing is this story is more fascinating, with so many mythical characters, with different hierarchy of Faeries and lots of magic involved.
Feyre’s sister Nesta is one of the very strong characters in the story. Faerie glamour does not work on her. She takes the risk to find Feyre and get her back home from her capture. She treks two days to find a way to reach Prythian. She is the one who motivates Feyre and gives her courage to return to Prythian to save Tamlin.
By the end of the story Rhysand seems like becoming a hero by helping Feyre in her tasks and challenges to beat Amarantha to save Tamlin and his land. And there was not much actions from Tamlin’s end. But he cannot beat Tamlin. Alis too helps and guides Feyre in her quest. Not to forget Lucien. I felt he is the most suffered and most sensible character is this whole story and kept the atmosphere light.
This book is super addictive and if you are a fan of romance then this book has every dose in it. Just turn to chapter 27 and you get it all. Fantasy, romance, myth, thrill, love, hatred, magic all bundled in this one book. I wish this book to be made a movie adaptation. In the sequels, want to see more of action from Nesta and Rhysand as these two are very potential characters and should not be just kept in the sidelines. I have already added Sarah J. Maas in my auto buy authors lists.