Review | A Court of Thorns and Roses

Feyre is used to looking out for herself. Ever since her family’s fortunes turned, the responsibility of keeping her sisters and father fed and safe has fallen squarely on her shoulders. One night, while out hunting in the cold, barren and cruel forest, she shoots and kills a wolf. Or what she thinks is a wolf. That kill will cost her freedom.

She is dragged across the wall, into the Spring Court of the Fae kingdom to answer for killing a faerie. Here she meets Lucien, Alis and their cruel High Lord Tamlin, who tell her the hefty price she is to pay. After spending some time in the Spring Court, learning their customs and traditions, she finds her anger thawing towards Tamlin. As this new world opens up to her, she slowly realises that all is not as it seems in this court, and she may have a part to play in breaking a cruel and ancient curse. But can she do it before greater evil forces gather and spill out across the kingdom?

I mean…if you haven’t already seen or heard enough gushing about this series, let me make this clear. READ. THE. BOOK. Just read it. Do it now. As you may have guessed, it’s a retelling of Beauty and the Beast, and I’m a total sucker for those. We have faeries, high lords, lots of scary and somewhat hard to picture evil creatures and a kick ass female lead. What’s not to love? Also I’ve just finished book 2 as I write this and it’s got me shook 🤯 so I really have to end this here least I spoil anything 🤐. READ IT! (And if you’ve read it, tell me what to read next, because suddenly I’m all about the fantasy 👇🏼)

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