Book Review for: A Court of Thorns and Roses Series
By ashflouk, Jun 20 2017 11:08AM
Review for ACOTAR: Books are the thing which makes me dream, imagine and wish better than anything else ever does. The book A Court of Thorns and Roses made me feel all those feelings after going through a long reading slump.
The energetic character of Feyre told me in every way to face my fears with confidence. Tamlin's bravery and kindness got him a special space in my heart. I really wish I had a funny friend like Lucien with whom I could talk to without worrying if they got upset about things or not. Every character in this book were interesting in their own way. Somewhere deep inside my mind I wanted the ending to be just the way it had been written. I heard that the sequel of this book (A Court of Mist and Fury) is even better! I would give this book a 5/5 and an extra point for describing their world and their experiences so beautifully.
Review for ACOMAF: A Court of Mist and Fury left me heartbroken, yet I loved it completely. I got attached to all the characters in a way I didn’t get in any book for a very long time. I love Rhysand’s character so much! I wonder if there’s someone in this world as intelligent, stunning, understanding and as brave as him. (I might need a dictionary to find more suitable words for him!) I love Feyre’s character too, I loved the courage and cleverness she always displayed while fighting. Sarah J. Maas wrote this book so magnificently, I felt and understood every single emotion she wanted to convey to her readers. Even her Acknowledgments were written wonderfully.
Review for ACOWAR: I love Sarah J Maas’ writing style and I loved A Court of Wings and Ruin. But I did not love it more than A Court of Mist and Fury. It could not reach my expectations. But I am quite happy with the conclusive ending and moreover happy about the fact that everything turned out well for everyone. I loved the twists and turns in this book and I loved all the little secrets and surprises which were shared in every chapter. Though there were some scenes which were written too intricately, I didn’t want to know about everything! I’m super glad SJM didn’t kill Rhys or else I would have asked for a full refund! I would give this book a 4.5 out of 5.