A Court Of Wings and Ruins 

Author: Sarah J Maas

A Court Of Thorns and Roses #3

Synopsis: This is the last book of the story of Feyre where it starts with her back at the Spring Court with Tamlin. There, to get information on what he and Her and her enemies. As the war begins to pick up speed, Feyre and Her friends will have decide who to trust in this power play of High Fae and what to do when facing an army and magic bigger than their own. 

“You do not fear,” Rhys said. “You do not falter. You do not yield. You go in, you get her, and you come out again.” I nodded holding his stare.

Review: You guys, this book was 699 pages of greatness. I have read a lot of reviews on goodreads and some of my book friends that made me a little nervous,  I was afraid I would be let down, but I wasn’t. It was so good! Here’s what I liked:

  • The love shown between all the characters and the hope they had for one another
  • Oh and their bickering, it made every thing (even when serious) just a little comical
  • Every character in this one grew in some way or another and I loved seeing the character development
  • The fact that we got to meet and see the other High Lords and what they were made of
  • I liked just about every character and saw myself rooting for them all. I didn’t want any of them to die

“Remember that you are a wolf. And you cannot be caged”

  • Rhysand, he does everything he can for his friends but also his character development to not be scared to be him anymore was fantastic
  • The battle scene and the creatures Feyre was able to meet

Feyre in her own right is the main character in this story. But she wouldn’t be as compelling and interesting as she is if it wasn’t for Rhysand and the way treats her. If it wasn’t for her brutal sister Nesta, Cassians fearlessness, Azriel’s silence, Mor’s strength and Amren’s badass-ness. Not to mention all the other characters you meet in this (Helion and Eris) and the ones you see in a new light for the first time. They all come together to make each other stronger and one unit.

The only thing I couldn’t stand is how often mate was said. I also wish, once again, we saw a little more into the heart of Tamlin.

But the last few chapters were just perfect, it was hopeful and devastating all at once.  I smiled and shed a tear throughout and this is definitely a series I will read again.
Also shout out to the bookish box for their June pillow case, I loved it before I read this and now I love it even more!

  “And will you go on this adventure with me —- and all the rest? “



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