Novel soundtrack: A Court of Thorns and Roses

Wow, its been a while since I made a playlist to read alongside! Maybe its because I have Spotify now and other people do it for me? Anyway, I jumped on the Sarah J Maas train pretty hard in the past few years, I am a five books into Throne of Glass and I completed  A Court of Thorns and Roses. Naturally, Rhys is now my problematic fave. However, I was inspired to create a playlist for the Court of Thorns and Roses series, and so here we are.

I was debating doing a whole flaily review post about the series, but I think I might save that for another project I’ve been thinking about so for now let me just say a few words.

This is a bit spoiler heavy, so STOP HERE IF YOU PLAN TO READ THEM IN THE FUTURE!

Feyre is pretty awesome come the end of the original three, like initially I thought she was pretty bad ass but then I thought she was a bit of a door mat and then she went under the mountain and I was like you’re a fool, but you’re pretty brave. Then ACOMAF and ACOWAR happened and now I think she awesome. Lucien, loved him in the first book, thought he was a bit of a tool in the second one and then didn’t see nearly enough of him in the third. Tamlin, oh Tammy. Hated him from the start. He was so creepy and literally kidnapped the girl. Then he was possessive and really toxic and even when we were supposed to like him I didn’t. He literally could have saved Feyre at one point under the mountain and decided to make out with her instead. I’m glad she handed his ass to him. The inner circle we meet in the second book are all BAEs I love them. Spin off about Cassien? Yes please.
Finally, the High Lord of the Night Court. He’s my favourite. I have a lot of complex feelings about him. I might rewrite my university dissertation on him.

The whole Feyre/Rhys things reminded me of so many different songs that I figured a playlist was in order and as I’ve now embraced spotify, you guys will actually get to listen to it as opposed to just seeing a list of song titles!

Anyone else who has read the series, do you have any thoughts? Leave them below or hit me up on Twitter so we can discuss!


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