My “NO SPOILER” Review of “A Court of Wings and Ruin” by Sarah Maas

I am forever more a huge fan of author Sarah Maas.

Expletive, cuss word, expletive, that woman can write! It’s like watching a movie through every word to where you end up rocking in a corner somewhere while squeezing your ereader/book, not quite sure if you want to leave her world to rejoin whatever you perceive as reality. I don’t know how she does it but her ability to craft epic tales is awe-inspiring and exemplifies the kind of author/writer I want to become one day. But enough of that.

If you’re unfamiliar with her work – FIX THAT IMMEDIATELY. The “A Court Of…” books are what I can only describe as “Epic Fantasy Adventure Romance” with humans and faeries and scary things and people who are immortal and yet are “other” and follows a robust cast of characters through worlds so vivid and bright and full of texture, you sort of want to move there. Well, I do. I’d do a “Court World Tour” if it was offered.

These books should be movies…

Anyway…

So I wanted to write a review but several reader friends out there who are still reading them have SWORN TO BEHEAD ANYONE WHO SPOILS THEM WITH RANDOM FACEBOOK POSTS, and since I’m afraid of sharp things and losing more sleep via death threats, here is my NO SPOILER REVIEW OF BOOK 3:

First off, I was like this:

 

 

 

 

 

AND THEN, I was like this:

AND THEN, a few characters did something, said something, and I had to be like this:

 

AND THEN, some other epic stuff happened and I was all like this for two days straight:

 

And THEN! Today… I can’t even. Today I was like this:
It was tense!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OH MY GOD! THEN I WAS TOTALLY LIKE THIS:

 

WITH SOME OF THIS AGAIN:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AND THEN…
Jesus, and then I was like:

 

 

 

 

 

And more pages happened and finally, after picking my heart back up and stuffing it back into my chest, I wanted to message Katie Miller and tell her her one hunch was wrong, but I was too busy being all this:


But the most important thing to note — that “OMG I CAN GO ON IN LIFE!” moment – was this:

THANK YOU FOR ONE HELL OF A RIDE, SARAH! LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEXT INSTALLMENT IN 2018!