A Court of Thorns and Roses Paperback Box Set (5 Books)
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Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction". Goodreads. Archived from the original on 20 December 2018 . Retrieved 12 October 2021.
A Court of Thorns and Roses is a trilogy set in the Fae world of Prythian. I'll review all three together and I'll really try not to give spoilers! I absolutely hated Feyre. I hated her name. I hated how stubborn she was. Like, girl, if you're gonna be stubborn and headstrong could you at least try to be right? Ho apprezzato molto come la Maas sia riuscita a caratterizzare i personaggi e gestire gli archi evolutivi di ognuno di loro, ma soprattutto di Feyra. C'è spazio per ogni emozioni. Tutto fino alla fine.I loved this series and I would absolutely love that chance to read it again for the first time the last two books both made me cry and the first one made me cry rereading it as everything meant even more on the second read. Great characters great stories that didn't leave anything unfinished especially with ACOSF.
Andreeva, Nellie (March 26, 2021). " 'A Court Of Thorns And Roses' Series Based On Fantasy Books In Works At Hulu From Ron Moore & Sarah J. Maas". Deadline. Archived from the original on April 13, 2021 . Retrieved March 27, 2021. February 04, David Canfield; EST, 2020 at 11:00 AM. "Exclusive: Sarah J. Maas unveils new covers for 'A Court of Thorns and Roses' ". EW.com. Archived from the original on 2020-02-05 . Retrieved 2020-11-17.A Court of Thorns and Roses was optioned by Jo Bamford's and Piers Tempest's Tempo Productions in November 2015.  The producers revealed in 2018 they had hired Rachel Hirons to work as the movie's screenwriter.   Finalmente ho finito sto mattonazzo di oltre 1400 pagine che mi ha fatto esclamare ad un certo punto " ma chi me l'ha fatto fare?". Feyre is a huntress. She thinks nothing of slaughtering a wolf to capture its prey. But, like all mortals, she fears what lingers mercilessly beyond the forest. And she will learn that taking the life of a magical creature comes at a high price…
So Feyre is not only immortal now, but likely has all sorts of powers she needs to master—and war is coming so there’s no shortage of drama. Now to the plot. From book one the reader is aware that while humans and fae remain separate by a physical boundary that it is inevitable that boundary will collapse. Sooner rather than later. The way in which Maas builds her plot is so natural that it flows like water in a river. If that makes sense… it could not have been done better. Furthermore the development of Feyre and how she becomes the High Lady of the night court -not something I could ever have guessed would have happened in book one, could not have been done better.
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Final Thoughts: I really just want tamlin and Rhys to really talk about everything. Like I like that they spoke a little about feyre but we need deeper and before she even came. And honestly I don’t see that much difference between him and tamlin, It’s like they both went through the same trauma with their parents but Rhys had his friends to help him. Also can we mention how throughout ACOSF there was no chemistry whatsoever between Az and Gwyn and it was only mentioned after Rhysand said no. Proving yet again that Az wanted Elain not Gwyn. BELLISSIMA! MERAVIGLIOSA! UN'EMOZIONE UNICA dalla prima all'ultima pagine. Impossibile smettere di leggere.