A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses Series #3)
A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses Series #3)

A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses Series #3)

by Sarah J. Maas

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A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses Series #3) by Sarah J. Maas

Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin’s maneuverings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to its knees. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit—and one slip may spell doom not only for Feyre, but for her world as well.

As war bears down upon them all, Feyre must decide who to trust amongst the dazzling and lethal High Lords—and hunt for allies in unexpected places.

In this thrilling third book in the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling series from Sarah J. Maas, the earth will be painted red as mighty armies grapple for power over the one thing that could destroy them all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781619635203
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 05/01/2018
Series: Court of Thorns and Roses Series , #3
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 736
Sales rank: 1,397
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 2.20(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Court of Thorns and Roses series, as well as the Throne of Glass series. Her books are published in over thirty-six languages. A New York native, Sarah lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and dog.

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A Court of Wings and Ruin (Court of Thorns and Roses Series #3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 208 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The anticipation leading up to the release of this book was almost unbearable, but it's here (finally) and it does not disappoint. Without giving too much away, these are the things I will say: This is a long one! I was trying to finish this in a timely manner without skipping over anything, but it was hard to do. At over 600 pages and many loose ends to tie up there is a lot happening. (And, yes, there is closure for the series and the characters at the end.) Each character remains true to themselves, although several wear masks along the way that will have you screaming, livid, and torn. New characters are brought into play, but are necessary for the final war that this series has been leading up to, so don't ignore their presence. Rhys. Rhys. Rhys. He still smolders. And always remains a step ahead of everyone. Feyre remains fierce. Independant, while completely devoted to not only her mate but her family, friends, people, cause. If you have a heart, you will shed tears, for both devastatingly sad and satisfying moments.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have no words to describe how this book was wrecked me time and time again. Surprises lay around every corner, bring me to tears at many turns, and making me jump with joy at others. If I could rewind and read it all for the first time again, I would.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read all the book. Cried all the tears. IT WAS AMAZING!!! Some of the twists I saw coming, others I definitely wasn't ready for. I'm already beyond excited for the next one ?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was worth the wait. What an awesome book. A few times i held my breath...thinking...you can do it!....dont die! Wow
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved every moment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series has been one of the best I've ever read. Sarah J Maas gave me everything I needed and everything I didn't know I needed in this installment. I read this book within 2 days, (I decided to sleep), and was unable to willingly put it down for a moment. I recommend not only this series but all of Sarah's writing. It will change your outlook on fictional writing. Sarah has taken story telling to a completely new level, that readers and the literature industry have been starving for. I cannot wait to read the next installment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the writing, the charactors, the fascinating adventure and the world of Prythian. More please.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can’t wait for the next book. I am literally sitting on the edge of my seat. Love this series and the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend everyone to read this book. I was not a big fan of fantasy, but my great friend urged me to read the series. The first book was empowering and left so many questions unanswered that I needed more content; so I began reading the second book. Which made my heart burst into tiny pieces. It was romantic, funny, and intense. The third book was a work of art. Filled with revenge plots and is written with an intense tone. I finished the book in tears! Never has book made me feel so emotional with happiness, anger, and saddness. The ending gave me closure. It's perfect in all aspects. Read this book. You will not regret it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down!
Anonymous 10 months ago
Let me preface my comments by saying, I have read this series twice and have really enjoyed it. My concern is that there is a fair amount of very graphic sex in this series of books that should keep them from being classified as young adult and marketed to teens. Would you be willing to read this aloud to your mom?
Book_and_recipe_Examiner 11 months ago
To act as a spy, and to begin plotting revenge, Feyre allows herself to return to the Spring Court with Tamlin, and his deceptive priestess, Ianthe. But Feyre will learn to become the wolf, in this and all courts, and especially in the imminent, great battle against Hybern. Unlikely alliances are begrudgingly forged as all courts meet to discuss battle with their great enemy, and surprises abound on the final dramatic battlefield. A Court of Wings and Ruin is the culmination of the great war that has been building up for the last two novels, and the satisfying answer to what the mighty, secret abilities are within ancient beings, including Amren, as well as displaying all the powers that Feyre is truly capable of wielding. Fir discussion questions, similar books, quotes, and a themed recipe of "Night Court" Breakfast Blueberry Lemon Muffins, visit http://hub.me/am2SY.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This world feels real and you care for the characters.
Seoling More than 1 year ago
Going into the finale of Feyre’s story arc, I was hyped up as much as everyone has been about what could happen in this installment. I had high hopes which meant high expectations. I knew that it was going to be hard to beat A COURT OF MIST AND FURY because that one was so incredibly good and ripped emotions all the emotional stability I had when I began the book. Unfortunately, I did not think that A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN measured up. That being said, it was a good story. I just don’t think that it was as amazing as ACOMAF was. I will be quick about the positives. First, I loved the sass and banter. It was A+ and made me laugh aloud. The Inner Court is just full of wit and sarcasm and it makes me happy. Rhysand, oh Rhysand. He can do no wrong in my eyes. He was just the perfect amount of delightful, sassy, seductive, and ever-so wonderful. I don’t think that there was much development for him throughout this book (ACOMAF was the most character development I saw from him), but nevertheless, he really did remain one of my favorite characters. I felt as though his character took a slight backseat to Feyre and the rest of the story itself, but again – I love Rhysandand just want a whole book about him and just him. Actually, all the male characters made me pretty happy. Cassian and Azriel made my heart hurt. Lucien was a surprise, particularly because I did not care much for him in the first two books. Despite his lack of presence in ACOWAR, I have a feeling that the next three books will emphasize his story in a large way. Maas leaves a lot to be desired in matters of tying up loose ends and there are a lot of loose ends in the Courts – loose ends that I am very sad to have to wait to find out where they will lead in the next arc of ACOTAR. I really thought that Nesta was bombdiggs. I was not a fan of hers in the beginning, but I loved that she was a badass and took no prisoners in this one. Amongst the female characters, she grew the most and I do like that Maas is choosing to use her character to demonstrate a different female character altogether. She was just so kickass. Looking back now, I really do love the way that Maas writes her characters’ and their stories. I am all for complex character and different perspectives. Sure, there were some shortcomings in certain characters that I thought could have been handled better (coughMorrighancough), but there’s only so much to expect from a writer whose work you have followed for so long. You get used to the way they write characters and stories. Sarah J. Maas is certainly someone with a huge fanbase, but she is certainly not an author who appeals to everyone. I will add a side note that I felt like there were too many characters. In ACOMAF, the characters in the Inner Court seemed to have a purpose and their own purposes. In ACOWAR, there were too many stories to tell and keep up with that I felt like Maas’s commitment to them fell to the wayside in favor of the setup for the next arc. My biggest issue with ACOWAR was the last third of the book. It took me a while to get through the book overall (I could not speed read it and had it spread over a little over a week). There was a moment in the middle of it that I thought things really picked up for the characters and the action, but then there was just so much that I feel Maas wanted to pack in that it made for a slightly sloppy resolution by the end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you SJM tje story was epic and it.gave.me everything i wanted. I did not want it to end. I cant wait to see what you have for us next. I will be there ready, ready to confirm purchase cause its always the best way to spend my money. BRAVO...LD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down.
Anonymous 3 days ago
This will forever be my favorite series!
Anonymous 3 months ago
You feel so many ups and downsin her books! This does not disappoint ! !!!!
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Anonymous 6 months ago
What a perfect ending! And there's still one more Book!
caitlinwhetten 7 months ago
Not as good as ACOMAF, but definitely not as bad as that dumpster fire that is ACOTAR. I really fly through Maas’ books and this one was no exception. I like the characters and I don’t want to see any of them be killed in the giant war. Mor has really stood out as my favorite in the series and I really just want a whole trilogy about her. The sister relationship was also done well in this book and it’s clear that it’s going to take more than just a few days together to repair what has happened between these girls. I loved the wicked fantasy creatures, including The Bone Carver and the Weaver and the battle at the end was AWESOME! I was, however, disappointed by the end since Maas just doesn’t know how to kill her darlings. There’s a resurrection plot and it undermines all the emotional stakes that came before it. I wanted this book to leave me dead by the end and I wasn’t. Plot points were wrapped up too quickly, Feyre wasn’t a badass in the last half of the book and Maas just somehow shoehorned in an LGBT character that was hilariously bad. This book also went too far on how much I can tolerate over-the-top Feyre/Rhys sex scenes. I draw the line at Illyrian war camps. That’s just wrong. The series really redeemed itself with ACOMAF for me and I didn’t hate this one, but I didn’t love it as much as the last book. There were parts that I really loved, but the ending felt weak and it could have been exceptional.
TheThoughtSpot 8 months ago
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas, an exquisite addition to A Court of Thorns and Roses series! Feyre is residing in the Spring Court once again, for the sake of gathering helpful information for the Night Court. She’s hiding her true memories and feelings and has created false stories to help Spring Court residents think that Rhysand treated her horribly. This way, the Spring Court won’t suspect anything. Feyre plays her part extremely well, causing contention between Tamlin, Lucien, Ianthe and the sentries who began to lose respect for Tamlin and Ianthe. Feyre manages to get back to the Night Court and to Rhysand, with Lucien. The two of them helping each other’s survival against the Autumn Court heirs who are trying to kill Lucien and Feyre. Feyre is once again home with her Mate and friends. Now, together they must conquer Hybern and its king, who wants to control everything for his own benefit. Feyre and the rest of the Night Court finally figure out what happened to Nesta and Elain when Hybern used the Cauldron to turn the two of them into Fae. Nesta is connected to the Cauldron and can sense when it’s being used and Elain has become a seer. A menagerie of wonderfully interesting characters ally with the Night Court and together they take on Hybern and it’s king and all his evil. This third book in The Court of Thorns and Roses thrills just as much as the first two with action, romance and the beautifully created world that Feyre resides in. 5 stars!
Anonymous 8 months ago
Love the characters in this book and the pace. It's a fun and easy read, very entertaining. If you liked this first two, this is a nice wrap up and leaves things open for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was recommended this series by a large group of book lovers, and I had no regrets reading it. Even if you are not a YA fan, you will love this series. Can’t wait for the next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This concluded my new absolute favorite series ever written.