This is not a drill! This is not a drill! I am so happy we are moments away from finishing this amazing serious! I can’t breath! I can’t see straight! Oh My
Stars! It’s almost in my grasp!
Don’t talk to me! Don’t look at me! Don’t even breath my name! Sarah J. Maas third installment of A Court of Thrones and Roses is finally here! That’s right! I’m talking about the final book of an epic fairy realm trilogy, A Court of Wings and Ruin!
This book is life. I’m already thinking about getting tattoo based of this because because I love it so much! Yea the fangirl in me is that real and it’s that legit. If you don’t know what the series A Court of Thrones and Roses is let me break it down for you!
Sarah J. Maas needs no introduction since both of her book series have done well on the fandom charts as well as the global chart of being a best sellers list every where and for good reasons.
A Court of Thrones and Roses is a thrilling tale, filled to the cauldron brim with wild romance, unyielding adventure, mystery and secrets. There are so many flawed characters that I guarantee you’re going have a hard time keeping faithful to a favorite character! For me, it will always and forever be Rhysand. Oh Rhysand! Rhysand! How do I love thee, let me count the stars in you’re name!
Three brightly shining stars over the crest of a mountain top. For those of you who have no idea what that means, its a book pun. It’s such a wonderful book pun that you should probably start reading the series so you know exactly what it’s referencing. The moment you realize what that pun means I know you’re going to cry with a mixture of joy and sorrow. However, this doesn’t exactly explain what it the series is about, let me try to lessen my fangirl tantrum down and tell you.
Those of you who are already familiar with Sarah. J Mass are well knowledgeable about her work through the Throne of Glass series. After reading her Throne of Glass series, I had to read this newest, if extremely short series A Court of Thrones and Roses. Both of these series are brilliant in their retelling of a heroine adventures in finding themselves in the mist of an already thrilling journey. This book does not disappoint any of those who have already found the writing of Throne of Glass absolutely amazing.
From the very first moment we open the book we are introduced to Feyre a nineteen year old who is a hard worker and caretaker of her entire family. Sarah J. Maas describes Feyre’s world in such enchanting details it makes it hard for you not to be pulled into the spell of the world in which Maas creates. I swear this book has a spell on it because once you open it you’ll never be able to put the book down.
“Less than thirty paces away stood a small doe, not yet too scrawny from winter, but the clearing. A deer like that could feed my family for a week or more.”
(…) My fingers trembled. So much food- such salvation. I took a steadying breath, double checking my aim.
But there was a pair of golden eyes shining from the brush adjacent to mine.
The forest went silent. The wind died. Even the snow paused.”
Just typing the small excert has my arms coered in goose flesh. Everyone should have the chance to read about a bad ass herione, and Feyre will never let you down, I promise you!
Then there is A Court of Mist and Fury! Oh my gosh that book is everything I need in life in one book and more. I fell in love with the Greisha series by Leigh Bardugo, although I hated the fact my favorite character as the villian The Darkling, also know as Alexander. I loved him so much that I couldn’t really accept of his death in the final installment of the Greisha trilogy. The love for the Darkling did not go in vain, instead that love was just automatically transferred to Sarah J. Maas’s character Rhysand.
Oh can we please take am moment to respect the king of The Night Court, one of the most lethal High Fae warriors the Fairy Relam has ever seen. He is so powerful that he has to release small amounts of magical from time to time to make sure it does not cause him madness, kinda like Alein in Maas’s other series Throne of Glass.
Rhysand is the reason why I continued to read A Court of Thrones and Roses, I never connected with Tamlin even though I knew he was the romantic interest of Feyre in the first book. Call me a sucker, cause I totally am! I’m a sucker for anyone who holds the power of the domain of the stars and moon. You should already seen that ocming since I’m also a huge Sailor Moon fan, of course I would be addicted to a character that holds magical powers of the moon light sky!
As much as I love this series it has painfully coming to an end. At this moment I’m reading A Court of Wings and Ruin, a final installment on an adventure I don’t want to end yet I need to know the ending at the same time. I need to read yet I don’t want to read to fast at the same time. Also I’m going to discount all social media apps on my phone to ensure that the internet does not give me spoilers that I don’t want to read before I’m ready. I’m not ready to let Feyre, Tamlin, or High Fae of the Night Court Rhysand away! I don’t want it to end! I mean this is the year that most of Sarah J. Maas if not ALL HER BOOK SERIES are coming to an end. I need someone to hold me! I need an adult! I’m going to cuddle with my Beauty and the Beast, Beast plushie and read under a blanket. I have to brace myself for the end that I don’t want to come yet know I need to be a strong fangirl to prepare for!
Happy Reading you guys!
P.s. Please send Kleanex boxes to me! I’m 100% I’m going to need them for next week!