Parva Pouriamehr/Staff reporter

A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Mass sometimes referred to as Acotar is a fiction romance, fantasy series that has been very popular.

This series contains five books in total, and more books for this series are being published and is not planning to end the story just yet.

Acotar is about how the life of a mortal 19-year-old huntress called Feyre Archeron changed after she hunted down a wolf because killing that wolf had some big consequences for her and she had brought up into the faerie lands called Prythian.

After that Feyre discovered that the person who brought her to Prythian is a High Fae named Tamlin which is one of the seven High Lords of Prythian. As she lives with Tamlin at his estate in the Spring Court, she comes to learn that everything she has learned about the faerie world is a lie, the book continues with some shocking surprises, the start of an epic love story, and lots of ups and downs…

Acotar has a good plot and the climaxes are very well done, the thing about this series that makes it even more interesting is that at the end of each book there is a twist that makes people want to read the next one and pushes them to continue on following the books.

The first book was published on May 5, 2015, and it instantly became so popular that it got nominated for Goodreads Choice Awards for the Best Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction.

With all the popularities Mass continued releasing the next books and all the books were nominated for Goodreads Choice Awards in the same category that it did for the first book.

The second and the third books, A Court Of Mist And Fury and A Court Of Wings And Ruin won this award, after winning two awards within a year Mass was motivated and proud to continue the story.

With the amount of requests from fans from all over the world, in March 2021, it was finally announced that A Court of Thorns and Roses series had been opted for a television adaptation by Hulu and it is set to be developed by Roland D. Moore alongside with Maas herself.



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