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  • Amazing storyteller

    I have read many fantasy books over the last couple of years and I keep coming back to Sarah J. Maas’s books, both this series as well as the Throne of Glass series. I love that her heroines ( Celaena/Aelin and Feyre) are strong young females that show strength as well as weaknesses and grow throughout the series. It is important to also have strong male counterparts in order to create a modern view of equality and she does it beautifully. Those pace of the books is amazingly fast, moving from one battle or conflict to another whether that conflict is external or internal, never a dull moment. Both series are a great read.

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  • Amazing!!

    If you like fantasy or romance at all this book is perfect for you!! It's the perfect conclusion to an epic fantasy new adult series. The first fantasy story that has been able to pull me in and capture me in a long while. It had been recommended to me numerous times, and I wish I picked it up sooner. Now I'm going to give the Throne of Glass series by Maas a try, and hopefully I will be pleasently surprised by them as well!!

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  • Court of Wings and Ruin

    It doesn't get any better than this...It was hard for me initially to get into this series. Feyre was a difficult character to love, but each book in the series got better and better. I'm glad that I will be reading more about these characters in the future...

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  • Soooooo satisfyingly good

    I don't even know where to start. Often series like this start so good and end just kind of blah but this series was the opposite. This was a perfect ending to Feyres tale but it still leaves you itching for more which is perfect because we're going to get it! If you haven't begun this series...what on earth are you waiting for?

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  • enjoyed it

    3.5 stars! I really enjoyed this series and am so excited to hear that there will be more in the future about secondary characters. I was so excited to get the conclusion to Feyre and Rhys's story. There was the right amount of humor, angst, anxiety, and heat. I LOVE their bond and connection *le sigh* I enjoyed the drama, the sneakiness, and ultimately the conclusion but at times felt like I wanted more or less of things. Let me explain... There was a lot of introductions to new characters in this one and some times I found it hard to keep them all together, trying to remember who was who. I guess the reason for this is to have some of these characters have their own books later which is something I would definitely read but at times I also felt that there was back story that I was missing and wanted to know more about. There would have been some conclusions that I would have loved to get in this book but this already being a 700+ page book I could see how that would make a long book even longer. Speaking of long book... there were times that I was kind of bored. And I hate saying that as I love this series but some things were almost too detailed, too explained and I just wanted to move on to get to the action or to maybe get some of the backstory that I felt was missing. I wanted more of the battle and fight, to get more action so I could feel the heart palpitations of who was going to make it and survive—that gut wrenching/ominous feeling in my heart was missing. Yes, there was the big fight in the end, but I guess I would have thought that there would be more spread out throughout the book. Did I feel some emotion and heartache—most definitely but I just wanted more. I wish I saw more of the power of some of the characters. But again, maybe this will come out more in the future books? I hope so! I continue to love the world building—Sarah knows how to create beautiful worlds and I was there, I could see it in my mind. I loved the friendship of these characters—going above and beyond for each other and doing anything to protect each other made me love them even more. That friendship of this circle is probably one of the best things about this series and one of the strongest ones I have seen in any series for that matter. “The great joy and honor of my life has been to know you. To call you my family. And I am grateful - more than I can possibly say - that I was given this time with you all.” I can't wait to see what she has in store for us in 2018 and whose story is next! I want to add that this took longer for me to read than the previous books... Again I enjoyed it but I would have liked it EVEN MORE if was a bit more faster paced. Oh and to add one more thing - I really WISH they would stop marketing this series as a YA because I would NEVER allow my teens to read this book with some of the graphic things that happen. If this is meant to be YA then some of those scenes should definitely not be included.

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