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Feyre is a huntress. The skin of a wolf would bring enough gold to feed her sisters for a month. But the life of a magical creature comes at a steep price, and Feyre has just killed the wrong wolf ... Follow Feyre's journey into the dangerous, alluring world of the Fae, where she will lose her heart, face her demons, and learn what she is truly capable of. This four-ebook bu Feyre is a huntress. The skin of a wolf would bring enough gold to feed her sisters for a month. But the life of a magical creature comes at a steep price, and Feyre has just killed the wrong wolf ... Follow Feyre's journey into the dangerous, alluring world of the Fae, where she will lose her heart, face her demons, and learn what she is truly capable of. This four-ebook bundle of the #1 New York Times bestselling series by Sarah J. Maas includes A Court of Thorns and Roses, A Court of Mist and Fury, A Court of Wings and Ruin, and the companion tale A Court of Frost and Starlight.


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Feyre is a huntress. The skin of a wolf would bring enough gold to feed her sisters for a month. But the life of a magical creature comes at a steep price, and Feyre has just killed the wrong wolf ... Follow Feyre's journey into the dangerous, alluring world of the Fae, where she will lose her heart, face her demons, and learn what she is truly capable of. This four-ebook bu Feyre is a huntress. The skin of a wolf would bring enough gold to feed her sisters for a month. But the life of a magical creature comes at a steep price, and Feyre has just killed the wrong wolf ... Follow Feyre's journey into the dangerous, alluring world of the Fae, where she will lose her heart, face her demons, and learn what she is truly capable of. This four-ebook bundle of the #1 New York Times bestselling series by Sarah J. Maas includes A Court of Thorns and Roses, A Court of Mist and Fury, A Court of Wings and Ruin, and the companion tale A Court of Frost and Starlight.

30 review for A Court of Thorns and Roses eBook Bundle: A 4 Book Bundle

  1. 4 out of 5

    R. L. Carlo

    Official Rating: 5/5 stars 🌟

  2. 5 out of 5

    emma

    i’m not gonna lie i went into this series really not expecting much but i ended up really loving it

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie G

    This series is one that will draw you in and keep you on the edge of your seat. You will experience every emotion with the characters from love to hate and everything in between.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Beena Khan

    Read this series when it first came. One of my favorites 🖤

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jac K

    Jan. 1, 2021 This box set contains first 4 books and is on sale for 3.99 today a HUGE discount...FYI 😊

  6. 5 out of 5

    Liz DiBenedetto

    Loved it I know a lot of people think this book isnt necessary but I think it is. It fills in the lives a little and questions on what happened after the last battle. I love these characters so much and how much they all have grown.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Erin Davis

    (Just finished the first book of the series and not the whole series.) 3.5 stars. I reread this book for book club and found that I enjoyed it a little more than the first time around. I was able to pick up on more and enjoyed more of the world building and interactions between the High Fae. As was the same with the first read through, Rhys is far superior and way more attractive to me so reading about Tamlin was just bleh. Feyre is a fairly typical YA fantasy heroine and with that I found her a (Just finished the first book of the series and not the whole series.) 3.5 stars. I reread this book for book club and found that I enjoyed it a little more than the first time around. I was able to pick up on more and enjoyed more of the world building and interactions between the High Fae. As was the same with the first read through, Rhys is far superior and way more attractive to me so reading about Tamlin was just bleh. Feyre is a fairly typical YA fantasy heroine and with that I found her a little annoying. I couldn't understand her motivations or decisions and struggled to get through parts where she came off as so nasty. Not sure if I'll reread the rest of the series but I did enjoy the reread of this one!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katie Murray

    BEST. BOOK. SERIES. EVER. I've read this series now 3 times. I can never get enough of it. The romance, the action, the betrayal. The strong female character. I live for these books! Rhysie baby will always own my heart and Nesta will forever be my best friend I want to comfort! Easiest 10 outta 10. Read these now. BEST. BOOK. SERIES. EVER. I've read this series now 3 times. I can never get enough of it. The romance, the action, the betrayal. The strong female character. I live for these books! Rhysie baby will always own my heart and Nesta will forever be my best friend I want to comfort! Easiest 10 outta 10. Read these now.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jami Compston

    Wow. Just… wow. I can’t believe I waited so long to start this series. It took me a while to get through the first book, but yall.. that second book.. I think it’s my favorite!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    I'm honestly still buffering while trying to process all that I was just put through! LOL! I think I'll review each book individually! I'm honestly still buffering while trying to process all that I was just put through! LOL! I think I'll review each book individually!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tajeante

    I’m late to the hype when it comes to this series. But I can confidently say NO. I finished because after wasting so much time reading, I just kind of wanted to see how it would end. And now that I’m done, I probably won’t read any more books from this series or author. The books are WAY longer than they honestly need to be. The endless dialog, the constant use of the word “mate” and so much more. Not my cup of tea. If you like a book with a murky plot line, hundreds of pages of nonsense, awkwar I’m late to the hype when it comes to this series. But I can confidently say NO. I finished because after wasting so much time reading, I just kind of wanted to see how it would end. And now that I’m done, I probably won’t read any more books from this series or author. The books are WAY longer than they honestly need to be. The endless dialog, the constant use of the word “mate” and so much more. Not my cup of tea. If you like a book with a murky plot line, hundreds of pages of nonsense, awkwardly written love scenes, a book where the main characters are not as interesting as they should be… By all means these are the books for you. This is the author for you. 2 stars instead of 1 because I was actually able to get through this painful as it was.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jasmine Adriana

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Sarah J. Maas really said "I'm gonna create the dumbest character alive and then make her the main character." I absolutely hated Feyre. I hated her name. I hated how stubborn she was. Like, girl, if you're gonna be stubborn and headstrong could you at least try to be right? I hated how she made Tamlin the bad guy by book 2 to make Rhysand look great. The story would have been way more interesting and complex with a triangle where both were viable, great choices. It would have shown Feyre's inter Sarah J. Maas really said "I'm gonna create the dumbest character alive and then make her the main character." I absolutely hated Feyre. I hated her name. I hated how stubborn she was. Like, girl, if you're gonna be stubborn and headstrong could you at least try to be right? I hated how she made Tamlin the bad guy by book 2 to make Rhysand look great. The story would have been way more interesting and complex with a triangle where both were viable, great choices. It would have shown Feyre's internal struggle with being Made and how she's handling it. But no. Don't even get me started on the Fandom. I only held on for Mor, Cassian, and Lucien. And I'm happy I did.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Olivia Hill

    Even with taking a 20-unit load in college, I made time to read this series in 2 weeks. I time-traveled to the appearing-ly enchanting world of faeries and humans but left feeling a mix of melancholy, renewed excitement over life, and frustration with some of the writing. I kinda envision the series like this: A Court of Thorns and Roses - Exposition/background A Court of Mist and Fury - Rising action and climax A Court of Wings and Ruin - Falling Action and resolution A Court of Frost and Starli Even with taking a 20-unit load in college, I made time to read this series in 2 weeks. I time-traveled to the appearing-ly enchanting world of faeries and humans but left feeling a mix of melancholy, renewed excitement over life, and frustration with some of the writing. I kinda envision the series like this: A Court of Thorns and Roses - Exposition/background A Court of Mist and Fury - Rising action and climax A Court of Wings and Ruin - Falling Action and resolution A Court of Frost and Starlight - Epilogue and prologue for A Court of Silver Flames The plot of the series is the romantic relationship between Feyre and her love interest (Tamlin, then Rhysand). Accompanying the romance is the action-packed scenes of trials, deaths, sacrifices, and war. The romance is what hooked me and kept me reading until the end. Upon reflection, I recognize some flaws with the series. The writing style is casual, similar to texting or social media writing. Grammatically, it's not the best piece from the perspective of standards. However, I acknowledge the incomplete sentences (mirroring Feyre's thought structure), the ellipses (for pauses), and such may be the author's writing style. Some of the plots are predictable or off. For example, Mor being bisexual. Her coming out to Feyre just didn't feel authentic to her character— it felt like more of a scapegoat reason to enable Azriel to form a new triangle with Lucien and Elaine. Others in LGBTQ have commented on their own reservations about the portrayal in Mor's character. Overall, this series helped me fall back into reading. I don't think the series is trying to be literary and rather owns that it is just a fantasy-YA series with cheezy dorky love relationships that my young heart was all for.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Skylar

    I can now say that I am highly attracted to high lords, fae men in particular Mmmmm. As much as Tik Tok liked to push this narrative, I inevitably gave in. & I'm not sorry that I did. The worldbuilding and the culture of the fae and humans were so interesting to dive into. I was taken aback by how much I had felt so enveloped into this world of fantastical fascination. The first book was great and provided a unique foundation BUT...the second book made THE SERIES. Goodness, A Court of Mist and F I can now say that I am highly attracted to high lords, fae men in particular Mmmmm. As much as Tik Tok liked to push this narrative, I inevitably gave in. & I'm not sorry that I did. The worldbuilding and the culture of the fae and humans were so interesting to dive into. I was taken aback by how much I had felt so enveloped into this world of fantastical fascination. The first book was great and provided a unique foundation BUT...the second book made THE SERIES. Goodness, A Court of Mist and Fury was untouchable. I would reread that a million times and never tire. The slow burn between Rhys and Feyre was such a journey and the subtle details built into the text made their story blend so perfectly. The third book surprised me, while it was concerned with Feyre's new spy persona during the establishment of the narrative, it swiftly shifted to strictly war. It was fast-paced and I was unable to stop rapidly turning the pages. The fourth book was so lovey-dovey that it gives the reader a nice breath of relief to take. BUT Nesta's spin-off was such an engrossing tale, I loved it more than I thought I would. The girl who was deemed infamous for her gritty and poisonous tongue was given a point of view that you couldn't help but fall in love with. Especially Cassian babe. I'm still partial to you hun. But overall, such a journey to experience. I was not let down in the slightest.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I have always been a fan of Beauty and the Beast and while I was waiting for the next book in the Throne of Glass series to release (It was either Heir of Fire or Queen of Shadows), I saw this book from Sarah and was excited to give it a try. I was not disappointed. The three main books, especially the first and leading into the second, have some great twists that I did not see coming. Great depth of story and characters. A good bit of romance as well which wasn't as present in the Throne of Glas I have always been a fan of Beauty and the Beast and while I was waiting for the next book in the Throne of Glass series to release (It was either Heir of Fire or Queen of Shadows), I saw this book from Sarah and was excited to give it a try. I was not disappointed. The three main books, especially the first and leading into the second, have some great twists that I did not see coming. Great depth of story and characters. A good bit of romance as well which wasn't as present in the Throne of Glass books at that point. Awesome build from the first conflict to the ultimate bigger picture conflict. I loved this series! I had read it prior to a great sale on the 4 book bundle with exception to the Court of Frost and Starlight novella, so I decided to purchase the bundle since I had yet to read it and only have the main books in hardback. A Court of Frost and Starlight was a nice little jaunt back into the world to see what everyone's been up to and in preparation for A Court of Silver Flames.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gil Brenum

    There is an old saying: "Show, don't tell.". When the characters actually show emotion, they can be very compelling. When it's clear the author is just describing their emotions, the story drags and reading becomes a slog. Much the same can be said about the world building. When the locations and history are "painted" rather than just described, they can be vibrant. I'd rate the book 3.5 stars, but fractions aren't allowed. A problem that might only have affected me, is the frequent use of the sa There is an old saying: "Show, don't tell.". When the characters actually show emotion, they can be very compelling. When it's clear the author is just describing their emotions, the story drags and reading becomes a slog. Much the same can be said about the world building. When the locations and history are "painted" rather than just described, they can be vibrant. I'd rate the book 3.5 stars, but fractions aren't allowed. A problem that might only have affected me, is the frequent use of the same descriptors. The common slur for male characters is "prick". The term doesn't bother me, just the use by most of the characters. Surely fae who have lived the hundreds to thousands of years would have come up with a broader range of derogatory descriptors. "Feline smile" (no matter what the shapes characters assumed) and "I gave them a vulgar gesture" also got cringe worthy from reuse. While there was a lot to like, the books would have been better with some serious editing to reduce the wordiness and a Thesaurus.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Chey

    This is a series that makes you sit on the edge of your seat during the intense action sequences. Keeps your reading emotions flowing as you read about action, passion and difficult choices one must make for what they believe in. A Court of Thorns and Roses series consists of four magnificent Fantasy books that explores the life of an impoverished girl and her family. As she hunts for food for her family the main character ends up making the wrong move and flips her life upside down and takes a This is a series that makes you sit on the edge of your seat during the intense action sequences. Keeps your reading emotions flowing as you read about action, passion and difficult choices one must make for what they believe in. A Court of Thorns and Roses series consists of four magnificent Fantasy books that explores the life of an impoverished girl and her family. As she hunts for food for her family the main character ends up making the wrong move and flips her life upside down and takes a journey with a beast. It's beginning is much like Beauty and the beats but the twists and the steaks are much higher. This explores the adventure of friendships, romance, undenying heartache, odd fate, and the difficult choices that we have to take through the unknown path. I was given this series as a gift for my birthday and can honestly say it is the best series I have read since Magic Treehouse.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Latricha

    An update on original review done YESRS ago... These books are magical, still, all this time later. My ultimate favorite is still ACOMAF but I actually liked this 4th installment better this time. However Sarah has done an AMAZING job on character building as I have from book one, all the way through the completed books so far, 4, HATED Nesta! She is a viper that belongs in a nest and has been since we’ve known her. I was hesitant about purchasing her & Cassians story (KNOWING I would eventually An update on original review done YESRS ago... These books are magical, still, all this time later. My ultimate favorite is still ACOMAF but I actually liked this 4th installment better this time. However Sarah has done an AMAZING job on character building as I have from book one, all the way through the completed books so far, 4, HATED Nesta! She is a viper that belongs in a nest and has been since we’ve known her. I was hesitant about purchasing her & Cassians story (KNOWING I would eventually do it, of course) so I’m glad so much time has passed in between books. I know Sarah is a MASTER story teller and will make me root for the evil ice queen (I hope) by the end. Classism, our beautiful, broken, passionate warrior deserves a fiery partner in life and I’m praying the caldron indeed delivers...until tomorrow (when her story arrives). Keep dreaming and making the world better.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I got this series on a great deal and went in expecting a lot. And I received a lot. But not as much as I had hoped or felt like it had been hyped up to be. Perhaps it was the last book in the bundle but I find myself unsatisfied with the ending and wanting more. I will say that Feyre’s struggles and trauma felt real and relatable and the rest of the characters I was invested in. And my hatred for a certain character (not mentioned to avoid spoilers) runs deep and that was down extremely well. I I got this series on a great deal and went in expecting a lot. And I received a lot. But not as much as I had hoped or felt like it had been hyped up to be. Perhaps it was the last book in the bundle but I find myself unsatisfied with the ending and wanting more. I will say that Feyre’s struggles and trauma felt real and relatable and the rest of the characters I was invested in. And my hatred for a certain character (not mentioned to avoid spoilers) runs deep and that was down extremely well. I was told it was spicy. And there were some good spice scenes but my definition of spice must be quite different from others. No harm there. The scenes added depth to the story. Although I really wanted scenes with Cassian and Azriel. Over all very good reads that I will happily and somewhat eagerly dive into again at another time and any possible continuations of the story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    I went into this series, not expecting much. I usually don't read any sort of fantasy type books but after hearing about it so much in the last few years and having it on my TBR list, I finally decided to give it a try (the $3.99 ebook sale helped a ton in my decision... oops) I can't believe how much I loved this series. the first book got me for a little bit, it was darker than what I usually read so the anxiety in me spiked and I had to take a break on the second book to get myself calmed dow I went into this series, not expecting much. I usually don't read any sort of fantasy type books but after hearing about it so much in the last few years and having it on my TBR list, I finally decided to give it a try (the $3.99 ebook sale helped a ton in my decision... oops) I can't believe how much I loved this series. the first book got me for a little bit, it was darker than what I usually read so the anxiety in me spiked and I had to take a break on the second book to get myself calmed down but I pushed myself to keep reading and found myself falling in love with all the characters and staying up late to continue reading. I even got a good friend hooked and reading along with me. Definitely adding this series to one of my favorites.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Malzy P

    A “faerie soap opera with some substance” is the best way I’d describe this series. The writing was really smooth and captivating, but has a distinctly YA feel to it. The storyline has some moments that felt predictable, but there were plenty little twists and turns throughout that keep the reader hungry to turn the next page. Unlike TOG, the protagonist (and most reoccurring characters) are much more fleshed out and relatable. I think this would have been even more amazing if tweaked enough to A “faerie soap opera with some substance” is the best way I’d describe this series. The writing was really smooth and captivating, but has a distinctly YA feel to it. The storyline has some moments that felt predictable, but there were plenty little twists and turns throughout that keep the reader hungry to turn the next page. Unlike TOG, the protagonist (and most reoccurring characters) are much more fleshed out and relatable. I think this would have been even more amazing if tweaked enough to have just been a trilogy. The momentum fizzles out in the fourth book, and feels more line fanfiction, tbh. Overall, a solid 4.8 stars for the series as a whole! Really enjoyable reading to be had here.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mehek

    I feel misled. I was told I'm supposed to hate these books. I was promised literal faerie smut wrapped up in a half ounce of plot and called a poor excuse for a YA fantasy series. I kind of went into this wanting a lovely little hate-read I could laugh at before I took a chaser of true literary genius afterwards. So why was this actually really, REALLY good?! I'm invested in EVERYONE in this series and mad about it. I even like characters I'm not sure I'm supposed to like Nesta (who is my favori I feel misled. I was told I'm supposed to hate these books. I was promised literal faerie smut wrapped up in a half ounce of plot and called a poor excuse for a YA fantasy series. I kind of went into this wanting a lovely little hate-read I could laugh at before I took a chaser of true literary genius afterwards. So why was this actually really, REALLY good?! I'm invested in EVERYONE in this series and mad about it. I even like characters I'm not sure I'm supposed to like Nesta (who is my favorite of them all, a whole book devoted to her later on was a TREAT). Maas has some really solid prose, a great plot that keeps twisting and changing, and characters you really love. I can't believe I avoided these for so long and I'm mad I love them so much.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Greyland Reviews

    3.75 stars It took me over a week to get through this damn thing but it was worth it. ACOMAF basically made my serotonin levels go through the roof with how much I loved re-reading it. Others (looking at you ACOTAR and ACOFAS) made it little bit harder to enjoy. Full review for these books are on each individual book and all have trigger warnings listed. With a possible score of 20 stars this book got roughly 16 stars, so B-. Now just put me in a coma until ACOSF comes out. 3.75 stars It took me over a week to get through this damn thing but it was worth it. ACOMAF basically made my serotonin levels go through the roof with how much I loved re-reading it. Others (looking at you ACOTAR and ACOFAS) made it little bit harder to enjoy. Full review for these books are on each individual book and all have trigger warnings listed. With a possible score of 20 stars this book got roughly 16 stars, so B-. Now just put me in a coma until ACOSF comes out.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lora DeVoe

    Follow Feyre as she works to keep her family fed and clothed by hunting and then being forced to live in the land of the Fey as part of a treaty regulation after she kills a fey in the form of a wolf. She survives many trials as she learns to live among the spring court of the high fey and even falls in love with Tamlin the high lord of the spring court. The story is well written and will keep you on the edge of your seat wanting to know what happens next. I highly recommend and am currently eng Follow Feyre as she works to keep her family fed and clothed by hunting and then being forced to live in the land of the Fey as part of a treaty regulation after she kills a fey in the form of a wolf. She survives many trials as she learns to live among the spring court of the high fey and even falls in love with Tamlin the high lord of the spring court. The story is well written and will keep you on the edge of your seat wanting to know what happens next. I highly recommend and am currently engaged in the next book of the series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Aubree Huffman

    WOW! What a read. An absolutely captivating world with an enchanting romance with a female lead to root for. I buzzed through this serious SO FAST. I couldn't put it down. I can usually predict the twists and turns but ACOTAR threw me for a serious loop. I absolutely loved the first book but then the second came and it was even better. I usually am over it by book 2 of a serious but these books just kept taking my breath away! This serious has become one of my all time favorites! I am still drea WOW! What a read. An absolutely captivating world with an enchanting romance with a female lead to root for. I buzzed through this serious SO FAST. I couldn't put it down. I can usually predict the twists and turns but ACOTAR threw me for a serious loop. I absolutely loved the first book but then the second came and it was even better. I usually am over it by book 2 of a serious but these books just kept taking my breath away! This serious has become one of my all time favorites! I am still dreaming of Rhysand. I wish I could forget so I could reread already!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    AHHHHHH, I LOVE THIS SERIES. I think as soon as I finished it, I picked it right back up again to reread it!! Although, after reading the whole series, it makes it difficult to read the first book as you already know just how terrible of a person Tamlin is. But, oh. My. God. These books are amazing and definitely brought me out of a reading slump and I have reread them so many times and they never get old! I love as the story progresses, how you end up loving some characters that you hated in the AHHHHHH, I LOVE THIS SERIES. I think as soon as I finished it, I picked it right back up again to reread it!! Although, after reading the whole series, it makes it difficult to read the first book as you already know just how terrible of a person Tamlin is. But, oh. My. God. These books are amazing and definitely brought me out of a reading slump and I have reread them so many times and they never get old! I love as the story progresses, how you end up loving some characters that you hated in the beginning and vice versa, hating some that you loved.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Katie Madlem

    My God. What an incredible series. My only critque is that the token LGBTQ character had a 7 page coming out, in which SJM seemed to forget that bisexuality existed and described this character as a lesbian who enjoyed sleeping with both genders? Like what? Other than that, I think she did a great job including every different ethnicity and wrote other bisexual characters very well. The plot development, world building, character development, etc. was incredible. Praise to Sarah for this series!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Treviño

    This Series Rocks!!!!! Every single book had my emotions on high. I could not get to the next quick enough. So much to love, hate, & feel! This review would be so long if I shared all of my thoughts on detail. Those will have to be shared individually on each book’s page. This series is a must read if you enjoy magical adventures including fae, true love, undying friendships, romance, betrayal, heartache, fate, & difficult choices on a path through the unknown to a marvelous end!

  29. 4 out of 5

    JJ

    I thought that this was a really well-written book and I thought the storyline was really good. This series has some action, and a lot of romance, and is overall a really good series. If you try the series and you are looking for a bit more action then I would suggest trying the throne of glass series which is similar but has more action than romance. Another thing I like about these books is they have multiple perspectives within the books.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Wheeler

    LOVED THESE I really liked this series and am reviewing these four books that were included. The first book was good and it easily pulls you into the story within the first few pages. But the real draw of this series is the second two books! Absolutely adored the story telling. The books made you want to continue to story and I devoured them rather quickly. I finished all four in a little over a week. The fourth book however is not a standalone book but instead a small story to pull the first pa LOVED THESE I really liked this series and am reviewing these four books that were included. The first book was good and it easily pulls you into the story within the first few pages. But the real draw of this series is the second two books! Absolutely adored the story telling. The books made you want to continue to story and I devoured them rather quickly. I finished all four in a little over a week. The fourth book however is not a standalone book but instead a small story to pull the first part of the series into the second. I highly anticipation the next books in the series.

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