A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas beautifully paints a world in which faeries and humans are divided. Humans once lived as slaves to faeries, but a terrible war many years ago forced the humans to the southernmost part of the land. An invisible wall separates them from the faeries in the north.
The faerie land of Prythian is also separated by seven courts; the Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Dawn, Day and Night courts. Humans have been taught to fear the faeries, who are considered deadly immortal creatures, and no mortal would dare to enter Prythian, “not unless they had a death wish.”
Nineteen-year old Feyre is not your classic…
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