Book review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

Book review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

A Court of Thorns and Roses

Author: Sarah J. Mass
By Amishi Singhal

Spoiler: Rhys is the most delightful High Lord.

I don’t know if I can express my love and appreciation for this book in mortal words. I wish I knew how to write this book review but I don’t think I can compensate for the greatness of this book with a meagre review. Nevertheless, I would just like you all to know that this is a trilogy and if you are one of those people who likes stand-alone books, you will have to snap out of it because this trilogy is worth it!

This book is about a human-born girl who enters the Fae-world and leaves her mark behind like no one ever expected her to.

Now, I would just put the blurb of the first book on here but I feel like it doesn’t do it justice. However, I don’t blame the author. This book begs to be read without any explanation. Yes, it’s that good.
Our protagonist, Feyre is a strong and resilient human girl, she hunts food for her family and is the breadwinner for them. While hunting one day, she lands upon a wolf who seems like the enemy all mortals want to kill; the Fae. So, she does. Hate in her heart, she puts an arrow straight through his. But everything has a price and she, too, has to pay. Blood for blood. Life for a life. So, she is taken to the Fae world by a beast. Her worst nightmare. Only knowing about the Fae from her ancestors, she is shocked to find out the beast is actually the ruthless and heartless Spring court High Lord. Tamlin.

Read this book to find out what happens. I promise it will leave you surrounded by a cocoon of perfection. Each word and plot twist will convince you that Sarah J. Mass is number ten on the scale when it comes to YA novel writers. I would definitely recommend this book for readers who literally want to get lost in another world.

Happy reading!

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