A Court of Wings and Ruin, by Sarah J. Maas

download (1)Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin’s maneuverings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to it’s knees.

This book broke me. Poor poor Annalee. Sometimes I wanted to rewrite parts of the book so that the characters (mainly Feysand) weren’t so stressed and sad all the time. But then again, if I rewrote this book Tamlin probably wouldn’t exist. So maybe I shouldn’t be the one to write fanfic about this book. And now that this book is over I need the next one this instant. Except for that one small problem that it isn’t out yet.

The characters were perfect. I loved them. I am beyond words for how awesome they are. Can I go live in the Court of Dreams now? If not because it is beautiful but because it is filled with a very diverse and wonderful cast of characters? Who wouldn’t want to live there? I also loved the sister love relationship. And how we got to see more of the sisters. There were more characters in this book. We had the Court of Dreams, the High Lords, and an assortment of monsters. And I still remembered all of their names. Somehow. I still don’t know how I did it. There was also (thank the Cauldron) not that many character deaths. I hate those. There were some though. I will not tell you who. Sorry (not sorry). I also loved how the High Lords didn’t instantly like each other. Like, we’ll just forget everything that happened Under the Mountain and become besties. Sorry but that didn’t happen. I am very glad for that because otherwise it wouldn’t have been realistic. I loved all of the characters and I hope that they remain as good in the next book.

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I just put that in because I love it. Really. I do. Stop telling me that it sucks annoying younger sister. The plot was very well written. I enjoyed reading about Feyre laying ruin to the Spring Court. Reading about the power games was very interesting. I also loved the setting very much. Even the battle scenes were descriptive. I could always imagine myself there, in the book, hanging out with the characters. I loved the action. How tense and how sometimes the army lost and how sometimes they won. That was realistic as well. So the things that should have been realistic were. And there was a lot of action and drama, which I could totally relate to (thanks school). I also loved Ianthe’s demise. She deserved what she got. I don’t know how well I did conveying how much you have to read this book and series but I hope that I did it right. Please read this book you will love it. 

I loved this book and I don’t know how many times I can throw this at your face and tell you to read it. Just follow my advice and read it. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find it on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (14)

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