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

23766634Short synopsis: The last in the A Court of  Thorns and Roses the trilogy

Initial Thoughts:   Not a perfect ending but pretty close.  I have some personal gripes that most people won’t agree with.  Over all a very satisfying conclusion.  

Characters: 4 – So this book had some new character introductions, specifically from other courts, and all were welcome additions. Viviane needs a whole book!! But I could have done without Nesta and Elain if I am being honest.

Plot: 4 –  I think that it is pretty well known that ACOMAF is the favorite book in the trilogy, and I agree wholeheartedly.  The plot was good, but something was missing.  I also had some complaints about how the story went.

Predictability: 3 – So again, I knew a few things about this book, before I read it, and I think even if I hadn’t I would have at least expected some of them.  So yeah this was by far the most predictable of the three books.

Romance: 4 – Feyre and Rhysand still have one of the most amazing relationships, but I will say that some of the others in this book, not my favorite…

World Building:  5 – We finally saw more of Prythian and the courts!  I still want more, but a wonderful job of showing the differences between all the courts.



Do I wish this had been a little better? Yes, I was certainly a little disappointed with this after reading ACOMAF, but it’s still good and full of the characters I love so much!

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