Book Review: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

Title: A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorn and Roses, #3) by Sarah J. Maas

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens

Publication Date: May 2nd 2017

Format: Hardcover, 705 pages

Genre: New Adult, Young Adult, High Fantasy


This book has met all of my expectations and then some, A Court of Wings and Ruin may have officially become my favorite in this trilogy, Sarah J. Maas did not disappoint.

I had herd that this was a retelling like the others accept this one is Snow White, I will admit that I don’t think that I really picked up on this. If someone knows how this Snow White aspect plays in please tell me, I’m honestly curious.

I was super excited for this book, it was one of my most anticipated releases for 2017, I was so excited to see how everything was going to play out after the ending of A Court of Mist and Fury. I litterley have no words to describe this book, it was such a perfect book. I love the slow build up in the first half of the book, you can tell early in that it’s building up to the end where it’s going to explode and get crazy.

My favorite relationship in this book is the friendship between Celeana and Nehemiah, I just adore them, and I’m always looking forward to scenes that included both of them. There were some very unexpected things that happened between them, and many of them will be carried into the next book.

I love how she handled the characters in this book, she redeemed many of the characters in wonderful ways, and she made me a new ship, also we see many of the characters in a new light. I originally shipped this female character with someone else but I know ship her with somone else that I never expected, I’m hoping this will be expanded on in later books.

The ended this book gave me all of the feels, I laugh and I cried multiple times and I wouldn’t change a moment of it. This is now one of my favorite endings to a series, it was amazingly wonderful, praise for Sarah J. Maas. I was sad that it ended, I wish it would never end, I want to know every detail about their lives, but I can’t see what Sarah J. Maas has in store next for the land of Pythian.

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