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Sarah J. Maas

Autor/a de A Court of Thorns and Roses

95 obres 106,482 Membres 2,778 Ressenyes 80 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Sarah J. Maas was born on March 5, 1986 in Manhattan, New York. She received a degree in creative writing and a minor in religious studies from Hamilton College. In April 2002, she began posting the first chapters of the rough draft of Throne of Glass on and garnered a large online mostra'n més fan base. Her first book, Throne of Glass, was published in 2012. Her other works include A Faraway Land, Crown of Midnight, and A Court of Thorns and Roses. Her novels A Court of Mist and Fury, book 2 in the Throne of Glass series, Heir of Fire, book 3 in the Throne of Glass series, and Empire of Fire, book 5 in the Throne of Glass series, and A Court of Wings and Ruin, book 3 in A Court of Thorns and Roses series made The New York Times Best Seller List. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra'n menys


Obres de Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Thorns and Roses (2015) 12,532 exemplars
Throne of Glass (2012) 11,132 exemplars
A Court of Mist and Fury (2016) 8,797 exemplars
A Court of Wings and Ruin (2017) 7,942 exemplars
Crown of Midnight (2013) 7,251 exemplars
A Court of Frost and Starlight (2018) 6,555 exemplars
Heir of Fire (2014) 6,475 exemplars
Queen of Shadows (2015) 5,974 exemplars
House of Earth and Blood (2020) 5,666 exemplars
A Court of Silver Flames (2021) 5,367 exemplars
Empire of Storms (2016) 5,345 exemplars
Tower of Dawn (2017) 4,708 exemplars
Kingdom of Ash (2018) 4,617 exemplars
House of Sky and Breath (2022) 3,471 exemplars
Catwoman: Soulstealer (2018) 981 exemplars
House of Flame and Shadow (2024) 841 exemplars
The Assassin and the Pirate Lord (2012) 452 exemplars
The Assassin and the Desert (2012) 281 exemplars
The Assassin and the Empire (2012) 278 exemplars
The Assassin and the Underworld (2012) 271 exemplars
The Assassin and the Healer (2012) 139 exemplars
The Throne of Glass Coloring Book (2016) 123 exemplars
The World of Throne of Glass (2019) 60 exemplars
Catwoman: Soulstealer (The Graphic Novel) (2021) — Autor — 46 exemplars
Twilight of the Gods 45 exemplars
The Assassin and the Princess (2013) 14 exemplars
The Assassin and the Captain (2013) 11 exemplars
Empire of Storms, Part 1 (2017) 7 exemplars
Empire of Storms, Part 2 (2017) 7 exemplars
Kingdom of Ash, Part 1 (2019) 4 exemplars
Kingdom of Ash, Part 2 (2019) 4 exemplars
Throne of Glass (part 1 of 2) (2014) 3 exemplars
A Faraway Land 3 exemplars
Buz ve Yildizisigi Sarayi (2020) 2 exemplars
Queen of Shadows, Part 1 (2020) 2 exemplars
Queen of Shadows, Part 2 (2021) 2 exemplars
Hades 2 exemplars
Hilal Sehir (2021) 1 exemplars
Gümüş Alevler Sarayı (2021) 1 exemplars
Crown at midnight w.ukrainska (2022) 1 exemplars
Il trono di vetro (Vol. 1) (2023) 1 exemplars
Catwoman. Zlodziejka dusz (2019) 1 exemplars
Il trono di vetro (Vol. 2) (2023) 1 exemplars


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Of course I loved it. Bryce cracks me up constantly in these books. The only part that was hard follow was the jumps back and forth between what was going on with each character. Like there were no page breaks or new chapters to switch back to a different character situation. It eventually didn't continue to be distracting but it was at first.
Verkruissen | Hi ha 9 ressenyes més | Feb 26, 2024 |
Yes I finished this at 1:45 in the a.m. and yes I will be talking about it all damn day tomorrow. Instant classic. A story told through documents, an abundance of unreliable narrators, and an endlessly debatable and never totally explained setting are all strong pluses for me.

EDIT: I can see the merit of arguments this is meant as christian apologia, but honestly fuck that shit. In my humble atheist jewish naturalist nerd opinion Piranesi's "anti-progress" "innocence" is scientific inquiry and appreciation of the intense beauty and complexity of the natural world. The closer we look the more we see and understand how stereotyped and oversimplified the stories we tell ourselves about it, which center us and our personal concerns, are. Obsessing about who created the House and whether They/It care about us personally is yet another limiting, self-centered story that has less than nothing to do with appreciating and striving to understand Its wonders. See also: [b:Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead|51648276|Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead|Olga Tokarczuk||8099373].

EDIT: Now I've discussed it with Sam and we both agreed that while it was partly responding to C.S. Lewis, it was definitely not agreeing with him. Piranesi's "innocence" is a reaction to trauma that was inflicted on him.

Also, could the memory loss be unrelated to the House and more about the circumstances? It seems like only two people suffered memory loss, and they were both unwilling visitors.
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caedocyon | Hi ha 74 ressenyes més | Feb 26, 2024 |
Sigue en la línea errática del anterior en cuanto a personajes. Es cierto que el lore avanza mucho más y plantea cosas interesantes (dentro de una narrativa juvenil no demasiada elaborada, pero yo tampoco suelo exigir un manual de rol en cuanto a lore fantástico, me vale que me entretenga). Pero los personajes son un puto cuadro.
No arregla nada del libro anterior (aquí el triángulo amoroso se ha enamorado porque lo dice la autora, porque cosas no han pasado), y encima empeora cosas como el profundo trauma que sufre la prota cuando se le muere la amiga... sin que la hayamos visto pasar tiempo de calidad con la amiga o nos haya mostrado que quiere muchísimo a la amiga.
Sí que por fin se ve que quiere arreglar un poco la trama política (todo lo de estar en un campo de concentración un año y apenas tener traumas me sigue dejando fría), pero con el reveal final de Celaena era la princesa perdida todo el tiempo desbarranca.
Yo entiendo que quieras hacer una revelación sorpresa que nadie se espere, pero eso hay que hacerlo muy bien. Y falla estrepitosamente ahí. El POV de casi todo el libro es Celaena, estamos muy dentro de su cabeza porque la leemos pensar y sentir cosas, y que en ningún momento piense o sienta nada relativo a "soy la princesa perdida y lo sé" se nota muy artificial, transmite que la autora ha querido engañarte y lo ha hecho mal (Enredados por ejemplo tiene este mismo tropo y triunfa porque Rapunzel tiene amnesia).
Pero bueno, sigue siendo el segundo libro de la autora y se percibe cierta mejoría, así que sigo confiando en la remontada. Pero uff. UFFFFF.
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aurirua | Hi ha 250 ressenyes més | Feb 26, 2024 |
Great story line. Couldn’t put it down.
Midgit | Hi ha 449 ressenyes més | Feb 25, 2024 |



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