We are delighted to come back with our November’s digital book group read, A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas.
In this book we will follow Feyre, a huntress who has to fight for her family’s survival in a world run by magic. She is not afraid to kill a wolf to assure her survival, without even thinking about the price that this choice might come to. And what a price… killing a magical creature brings her to an enchanted court where Feyre is not allowed to escape, and has to face life with a masked captor.
But what seems to be her new destiny is turned upside down by the feelings that flourish between her and the one who should have been her tormentor. As she reveals herself, there are other secrets shaking a whole kingdom that will be revealed to her in the most terrible way.
Once again, Feyre will have to fight for her life and her freedom, by herself, trusting only the unsuspected strength that inhabits her.
This month, our Digital Book Group is going to be special, as we are collaborating with a Glaswegian book lover and blogger, Lauren, who is behind the wonderful blog FictionTea. We are going to read A Court of Thorns and Roses together, and by the end of the month, we will be able to share our opinions about our reading, and this time with a review specialist.
Make sure to check her posts about A Court of Thorns and Roses, on Instagram, and about the entire series, on her blog. These posts are spoiler free but be careful and do not spoil yourself while entering this wonderful book universe.
We have A court of thorns and roses in our shelves waiting for you, as well as the second book of the series for the most impatient of you!
How to Get Involved
We’ll be posting updates and related content to this blog. You can find all of the posts so far here.
On Twitter, keep an eye on the #GWLBookGroup hashtag for all related tweets and please do share your own thoughts and insights. We’ll be discussing the book throughout the month with prompts to get involved so keep an eye on our account and the hashtag to see what’s being said.
On Facebook we’ve created a closed group where we can gather all of the content and discussions. To join, simply request to join the group and we’ll approve your request to give you access.