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Friday, September 4, 2015

Review - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas

Faeries rule the world.  Or at least…they used to.  Back before they were forced to share land with the humans.  The lands were split, divided into the Mortal Lands and Prythian, the largest portion of the fae world.  In Prythian, the lands were separated even more.  You have the Night Court, the Day Court, Dawn and Winter Courts, Summer and Autumn Courts and of course the Spring Court.  It is mainly here where our novel unfolds.

There is also something called, The Wall.  The Wall is what divides most of the Mortal Lands from the borders of Prythian.  There are a select number of humans that tend to live close to such borders…and even fewer than that who go out into the forest surrounding the wall, to hunt for food. Feyre, a nineteen year old young woman, is just such a character.  She is also the main character of our story and what she finds out in the woods is more than just food.

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