A Court of Roses and Thorns by Sarah J. Maas

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Teen Review: Sarah J. Maas has definitely DONE IT AGAIN! I'm a big fan of Throne of Glass series and I'm a fan of this, now, too. ACoRaT is pushing the border into new adult, but is still considered young adult. Sarah J. Maas's new book is still set in a magical, high fantasy world where anything can happen. The plot was excellent. The plot twists went undetected by me until they happened. The book tells a story about Feyre, a nineteen year-old huntress. Feyre kills a beast creature in the woods one day and as retribution for that she must go and live with Tamlin, "one of the lethal, immortal faeries who once ruled their world". This book is based on the fairytale of Beauty and the Beast. Bam, bam, bam things start to happen and before I knew it, I was already emotionally attached to the characters. THIS BOOK IS A MUST READ! PICK IT UP ASAP! C. Trac (teen reviewer). Check Our Catalog

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