A Court of Wings and Ruin

A Court of Wings and Ruin

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Feyre returns to the Spring Court on a reconaissance mission about the invading king. As a spy, the future of the entire kingdom may rely on her ability to play her part perfectly, and her decisions about who to trust and which allies are best will decide the outcome of the coming war.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781619634480
1619634481
9781681197678
1681197677
Characteristics: 705 pages : map ; 24 cm

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juhik
Nov 07, 2017

This was AMAZINGLY written!! SJM keeps you guessing till the end and shocks you every time

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feyrerhys
Sep 08, 2017

I loved this book so much that one the day it was released I bought it. as well as the other books. Once you read Sarah J. Maas's work you are doomed to love everything she writes. Who else is excited for her next two books? I know I am!

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lyla786
Sep 04, 2017

This is so impeccably beautiful and well written! The chemistry between Feyre and Rhysand is amazing. Makes me envy them a little. The way Maas has described Prythian and the characters with such detail, I felt I was right there, present in Prythian throughout the whole story. I loved Morrigan's character and couldn't help but compare her to Tyrion Lannister because of her drinking habit and her sense of humor. ACOWAR is so far the best book in the series. Would love to see Rhysand and Feyre with offspring and a happy ending for Tamlin in the next book! And definitely more politics between the High Lords and Lady! - Lyla, age 12

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Ragini17
Aug 13, 2017

This is a great book!!! Surprisingly the main character is actually LIKABLE, unlike SOME book series cough cough so many book series i can't even count them all. Rhys and the entire night court are amazing, and you really get to know them. Also the Suriel is the best character in the entire series. I read this book in three days. I was TRYING to make it last a week but it didn't work. Sarah J Maas's writing is just too amazing.

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AwesomeNadja
Jul 31, 2017

After the cliffhanger in the last book, I could not wait for this one to come out. It was AMAZING! Unlike a lot of series in which the last book is too predictable or obvious, this was an epic conclusion to an epic series!

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RebelBelle13
Jul 20, 2017

Not since Harry Potter have I been so heavily invested in a series of books- in the world and the characters created by an author. SJM is my new author queen. She deftly weaves romance with world-building and character development in an absolutely captivating fashion. I wouldn't say that this novel has put me in a slump, but I am upset that I have to wait almost a year to get the next book. The only way I can possibly survive is to start reading Throne of Glass. I can only hope the next ACOTAR novel will follow Lucien- that seems to be a story that is begging to be told. I really would also like to see Tamlin happy. Yes, he's an ass, but I really believe he's on the right path to redemption. I need closure there.
People complain that the last battle is too short, and that no one major dies. The battle was perfectly described, and many people were gravely injured. That's really all my heart can take, thank you, SJM. I loved how everyone came together- even the Weaver, the Carver and Bryaxis, not to mention the forces from the sea (didn't see that one part coming).
I loved meeting the other High Lords- Maas made each fae and their lands different and intriguing. Kallias and his mate Viviane were by far my favorites (and the vests on the foxes!!).
There were enough scenes of intimacy to be believable without being overwhelming. Yes, the ending was left open between several characters and their relationships, but that's because there is another trilogy coming out from other perspectives. Feyre's story is over- it's time for someone else to take the reins.
All in all, a satisfying conclusion to an amazing trilogy- one I will absolutely re-read. How will I ever make it to May??

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karen_qin
Jul 12, 2017

soooooo worth the wait. poor Tamlin (not really)

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picton
Jul 10, 2017

Loved this series and hope there is another book to come. Plenty of action and found it difficult to put it down.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jul 04, 2017

Personally, this book was the most interesting of all three current ones released in the series to read. The playing field extends beyond the protagonist, Feyre, just as in real life where not everything revolves around one person. The relationships between the characters becomes a bit more dynamic, where more gates are opened and different lines are drawn. Loyalty is so very difficult to buy, as it can only be willingly given. Warning: do not let anyone below the age of 15 or 16 read this, as there is a lot of implied and written content unsuitable for those who do not want their minds ruined. I really enjoyed this book from the start to the finish, and I detest the idea of waiting for the next one! 5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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blue_dog_8329
Jun 22, 2017

I am sad to say that this was not as good as I expected it to be. Especially compared to the authors earlier works, the first several books in the Throne of Glass series. It seems that her books are going a bit down hill, but I am still hoping that the next ones will redeem itself, because Sarah J Maas actually really is a good writer.

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