A Court of Thorns and Roses Box Set: The first four books of the hottest fantasy series and TikTok sensation Paperback – 28 November 2020 by Sarah J. Maas (Author)

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      Thrilling ― Hello on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

      Passionate, violent, sexy and daring … A true page-turner ― USA Today on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

      Suspense, romance, intrigue and action. This is not a book to be missed! ― HuffPost on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

      Sexual tension and deadly action ― Kirkus Reviews on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

      Vicious and intoxicating … A dazzling world, complex characters, and sizzling romance ― RT Book Reviews on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

      Fiercely romantic, irresistibly sexy and hypnotically magical. A veritable feast for the senses ― USA Today on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

      Darkly sexy and thrilling ― Bustle on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

      Fast-paced and explosively action-packed ― Booklist on A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN

      The plot manages to seduce you with its alluring characters, irresistible world and never-ending action, leaving you craving more ― RT Book Reviews on A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN

      Book Description

      Lose yourself in the seductive world of the Court of Thorns and Roses series by internationally bestselling author Sarah J. Maas with this stunning four-book box set
      Dimensions 13.97 × 21.34 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Bloomsbury Publishing (28 November 2020)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 2112 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1526630788

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1526630780

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 1 kg 650 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 19.05 x 13.97 x 21.34 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Generic Name ‏

      ‎ Book

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      10 reviews for A Court of Thorns and Roses Box Set: The first four books of the hottest fantasy series and TikTok sensation Paperback – 28 November 2020 by Sarah J. Maas (Author)

      1. Kindle Customer

        The books arrived on time. Packaging was also good. There was no damage. My daughter is enjoying reading her new collection.

      2. Samiksha

        This series is just perfection!!! Sarah J Mass is one of my favourite writers and I absolutely adore her for creating characters that touch my soul.

      3. AKASH D.

        Arrived in perfect condition.Delivered ahead .As for the story ….it’s SJM. The woman cannot write any thing less than absolute perfection

      4. Darshana Bafna

        I love this series. What a thrill it is. The books were is very good condition. They were just perfect.

      5. Atchaya Murugesan

        No damage was there.. And the books were brand new.. Very happy with the purchase.

      6. Saihmingliani Sailo

        Got this safely delivered. I am soooo happy. Thank you Amazon!!!!! So thrilled to have this finally in my hands!💞💞✨✨

      7. Dr.Shruthilaya Ganesan

        I was sceptical to buy, but couldn’t restrain myself from the collector edition. Received it in good condition no damages, Happy with the product.

      8. Dubey

        Loved it

      9. Fluff

        Great potential but riddled with flaws – Spoilers!It was very hard for me to rate this series – it’s worth mentioning this review is only for the first 4 books in the series; I did not and doubt I will ever read ACOSFDespite having a lot of potential, despite not being bored for one moment – annoyed and in danger of having being left with permanent eye damage due to the constant eye rolling, but not bored – it is heavily clichéd and there are elements that just ‘dumb it down’.The writing style is inconsistent and same goes for some of the characters.The writer tackles several topics, important ones – abusive relationships, PTSD, low self-esteem, women’s rights, etc. – without carrying proper research or rather none. And I can honestly say I have never, EVER, read any book where vomiting is a recurring theme. In every book either someone is vomiting or feeling like vomiting. When you tackle such a sensitive topic as PTSD you should do it properly, not everyone with PTSD vomits, just as not everyone feels like vomiting when they are nervous.The author repeats the same ideas so many times that instead of emphasizing the message she wants to deliver, she diminishes it and, as a reader, annoys the h… out of me. We are constantly reminded how much Feyre suffered, how she overcome her fears, how amazing she is.Her trauma is heavily exaggerated and overexploited. I felt like watching videos of ‘selfless acts of kindness’ of people who shove their phones in the face of a homeless person while giving them food or money, so that everyone can see how magnanimous they are…No, you cannot compare trauma HOWEVER it seems that her few months with Tamlin and 3 months under the mountain transform her in some kind of saint, although you have the likes of Mor, Rysand, Azriel, Cassian, etc who have suffered for centuries!I mean, you have Cassian who had no roof over his head for 8 years, as a child, was treated worse than a stray dog, fought wars, and Rhys who lives with the pain of losing his family, who was practically locked up for 50 years with Amarantha and subjected to both physical and psychological torture, and yet, they are both more considerate, more caring, more …human than Feyre.I just do not like the Archeron sisters, and I tried really hard to like Feyre (I could stomach her a bit better in ACOWAR) She is supposed to be a sensitive, selfless person, but most of the time she comes off as extremely ungrateful, power-hungry, selfish and self-absorbed. Her constant remarks in the lines of ‘poor little High Lord’ are so annoying; the way she calls Rhys prick, bastard, and other lovely names does not make her come off as interesting, funny, or as a strong woman (especially considering the context) but rather vulgar and silly. Same as her comeback lines in her interactions with other males – she does not have one single clever comeback.Nesta is a proper bully, she is the definition of selfishness and arrogance – there is no excuse for that, no matter what trauma she suffered. Once again, think of the Inner Circle and what they went through for centuries (Nesta is only in her early twenties) and how considerate and caring they are.Elain is…she just is, there. She is supposed to be really sweet and caring, but I could not buy into that, nor do I care finding out more about her.Not to mention that you have all these High Lords that lived for hundreds of years, fought wars, are well versed in strategy and court intrigues, but need a 19–20-year-old girl to save them.And let us not forget the king of Hybern, a powerful ancient king, who snaps Striga’s neck with his bare hands but is killed by Elain and Nesta…for real!? Fantasy at its best.The author’s idea of empowering women is by making them into bullies, and men into doormats. The aim seems to be getting to the top and then forgetting who helped you get there.How is it not only OK but empowering to be the toxic one in a relationship if you are a woman?! I thought the idea behind feminism is equal rights, mutual respect. Matriarchy is equally as bad as patriarchy – just as women want and deserve respect, so do men.You cannot advocate for women’s rights by replacing patriarchy with matriarchy.There seems to be no line, not even a blurred one, between self-love talk and outright narcissism – the constant self-love talks Feyre gives herself are actually just the inner talks of an incredibly narcissistic person.She keeps acting like a ‘bad a..’, she keeps repeating to herself , over and over again, how amazing she is, that she is a survivor, that nobody is her master, and so on… although, she could not figure out such a simple riddle (I knew the answer before finishing the second line), although she only survived Amarantha’s tasks with the help of Lucien and Rhys, both MEN/MALE; although she got ‘her powers’ from 7 lords, MALES; although she became High Lady of the Night Court because of Rhys, a MALE; although she survived returning from the Spring Court due to Lucien, Cassian and Azriel, MALES…I cannot see her as a role-model or at least not a positive one. How could she possibly be a positive role-model when she is so ungrateful, when she is so toxic in her relationship with Rhys, when most of the time she lacks any sort of intelligence and acts like a spoiled brat, who repeatedly pouts and stomps her foot, lashing out without any disregard for other people’s/her friends’ feelings?We get a glimpse of her true self after the Suriel spills the tea, when she (with Helion’s power and the Suriel’s knowledge) helps Rhys start healing but treats him like he was nothing, leaving him literally in the mud, although he had just been tortured, almost died, and was far from healing, because he kept ‘things’ from her.She left Rhys, her friend (mate or not), injured in the freezing mud and went off to HIS cabin to spend a few days painting and recovering (she was the one in need of recovery….).I had to force myself to read the beginning of part 3 in ACOMAF – entire pages of the assumptions of a silly (do not want to say downright mentally challenged), selfish girl. ACOMAF has over 600 pages, the author could have spared us the pain.Everyone is in awe of every little thing she does, constantly tickling her ego – she is the kindest, the strongest, the most … The overuse of superlatives throughout the series is equal to none!She went from having nothing to having everything within a few months and, although I am not bothered by her rapid rise to power, I am bothered by her lack of humility, her toxic traits – which are passed as being powerful, strongSame goes for Nesta – Rhys opens the doors of his house to Nesta and Elain, provides for them and they all (the Inner Circle) treat them with respect, and not only she is not grateful but she is absolutely horrible. Yes, she is entitled to deal with her own issues as she sees fit but that does not justify her attitude towards those that have done nothing but help her and nobody is forcing her to stay with them, she should just leave. I would have dumped them to Hybern and let them manage on their own since they were so formidable and self-sufficient.As to the ‘steamy’ scenes – I do not have anything against them, they are part of life and, if done properly, they can add value BUT the ones in the ACOTAR series are so crude, so repetitive, so badly done, as if they were written by a 17 years old guy, hooked on porn.I could rant for hours about ACOTAR, which means that there are things I liked otherwise I would not waste my breath.I loved the world-building, the action, and I loved many of the characters, especially Lucien, the Suriel, and the Inner Circle ( I would love a separate book about Amren) – I felt sorry for them for having to put up with the Archeron sistersI am disappointed because it could have been an amazing series (high number of copies sold does not translate into high quality literature) but there are parts so, so badly written it made me cringe.Although I rate it as a series (excluding ACOSF) 3/5, I can say that it is the first series I consider reading again even if I did not rate it 5/5. Probably because of its potential, because despite it all I have become so attached to its universe and to so many of the characters, because I can see how good it could have been…That being said, we are all different and interpret things differently and when it comes to literature the best way to make up your mind about a book is by reading it 😊

      10. Eda Kilicaslan

        TOPL’une des meilleures séries que je n’ai jamais lu !

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