A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas – Popular on Social Media

Batemans and A Court of Wings and Ruin

Available at the library.


The third book in the series and Feyre is embarking on more adventures to save herself and her loved ones from destruction. Along the way friendships are forged and broken, and trust is misplaced. Will they all make it to the end alive?


This book follows A Court of Mist and Fury in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series. I had to wait a few weeks for this to become available on the library app because it is so popular! It is easy to understand why. Like the first two books before it, it is gripping from the beginning and full of ‘edge of your seat’ action.

You do need to have read the other books in the series for all of this one to make sense and for you to really understand the characters and their backgrounds, but as they are all gripping and well written this isn’t a hardship.

This book has a few curve balls thrown in to keep you on your toes and makes you question everything that you have just read. It is an emotional rollercoaster ride and completely the opposite of what I would describe as a light, fluffy read.

The only downside to this book is all the fighting. It was just one fight after the other and I really wanted more of a break between the fights. Having said that, it did make me want to read on to see what the result would be.

I have already reserved the next book on the library app and am looking forward to reading what happens next.

⭐RATED 5/5⭐

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