Love, above all else, Love


“Love,” I breathed, the world crumbling into a blackness with no end.  “The answer to the riddle,” I got out, choking on my own blood, “is . . .love.”

The deeper you get into A Court of Thorns and Roses, the better it gets. The reader doesn’t get a complete understanding of the curse, ‘The Blight’, until after Feyre is sent back to the ‘human’ world. When Feyre understands how she unwittingly failed to grasp the devastating effects of the curse, she returns on her own to the world of Fae, and this is when it gets really exciting and terrifying.
No spoilers here, but the ending is completely satisfying and leads to the next in the series, which, unfortunately, won’t be released until May.  Knuckle biting here….

Needless to say, I’m happily waiting for the sequel!


2 thoughts on “Love, above all else, Love

  1. It sounds like a good book and how Feyre only fully understands things once she’s sent back. I hope you’ll enjoy the sequel as much as you did enjoy this one. I am not sure yet whether I want to read this one as I DNF’d Throne of Glass by this author.

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  2. Hi Lola, I read Court of Thorns and Roses, it started slow, but then got much better. so I decided to read, Throne of Glass, and not so good…so far. She seems to have improved with Court of Thorns. We’ll see how this one goes.

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