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Young adult book review: A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Maas | The NationalThis is a great read based on the story of Beauty and the Beast. I loved the creativity and the characters! It follows the Beauty and the Beast story as you might expect in the beginning but the end brings new and strange things that are both exciting and suspenseful. Author Sarah J. Ratings 4. I give it 4 stars overall.
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Sarah J. Maas born 5 March is an American fantasy author, best known for her debut novel Throne of Glass published in by Bloomsbury and A Court of Thorns and Roses , published in also by Bloomsbury. Maas is married and lives in Pennsylvania. Her son, Taran, was born in June Maas began writing what would become her debut novel, Throne of Glass , when she was sixteen years old. It was later removed from the site when she decided to try to publish the novel. And what if she didn't attend the ball to meet the prince, but to kill him, instead?
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This novel is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast, which is why I was so interested in it in the first place because I love reading different, modern versions of classics. A Court of Thorns and Roses follows the story of Feyre who is a huntress and how her life changes when she is impisoned in the kingdom of her enemy, much to her shock and despair. Firstly I would like to talk about the characters. And also, Feyre is a capable and independant individual, yet not as extreme as Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games, which is another thing I really loved about this book. The fact that Feyre is also timid and innocent but not a complete damsel in distress.