A Court Of Thorns And Roses Summary

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A court of thorns and roses by Sarah J Maas “I was loosened, a top whirling around and around, and I didn't know who I danced with or what they looked like, only that I had become the music and the fire and the night, and there was nothing that could slow me down.” Genre: Young & New Adult/High Fantasy Rating: ✰✰✰.5 Started: 27.07.2015 Finished: 26.08.2015 Synopsis: When nineteen-year-old huntress Feyre kills a wolf in the woods, a beast-like creature arrives to demand retribution for it. Dragged to a treacherous magical land she only knows about from legends, Feyre discovers that her captor is not an animal, but Tamlin—one of the lethal, immortal faeries who once ruled their world. As she dwells on his estate, her feelings for Tamlin transform…show more content…
I wasn’t interested in Feyres Fate or the whole romance. I wanted to know more about the courts and the whole world, but it wasn’t the main focus of the story, which I found really frustrating. Like I already mentioned after I reached the second half of the book the plot became more intriguing. A few things happened and finally Feyre became the character which I had longed for. A heroine that kicks some ass. Of course it’s hard for me not to compare this book to throne of glass, but I tried to be neutral. At the end of the book we get some plot twist, but it all happens really fast and would’ve needed more intense scenes rather than a few lines. Still, a certain twist at the end of the book made me want to have the second book in the…show more content…
It’s simply perfect and so rich in details and descriptions. You actually feel like you’re in this world with all the courts and magic. Still, this time I had some issues with it though. The first being the narration. I’m not someone who likes first person narrative, because I prefer different perspectives on the characters. Also different POVs would’ve made the book way more interesting. Another problem is that Feyre is actually not good with words, she only has a general education but nothing more, since she had to go hunting rather than reading. Still, she manages to describe her surroundings with such remarkable words, that she can’t know if she really is not that educated. This was bothering me a lot, because it was making the narration
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