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It was most likely inspired by the so-called "first Scottish fairytale", The Border ballad. This ballad tells the tale of Tam Lin, a knight who gets captured by the queen of fairies while hunting.
On November 11, 2015, it was announced that Tempo Productions had optioned A Court of Thorns and Roses for film, however, the project was later scrapped. On March 2021, it was announced that it is being developed now as a tv series.
On July 12, 2016, Entertainment Weekly announced that Sarah J. Maas was writing five new books for the A Court of Thorns and Roses series, not including the first three novels of the series. There is also a coloring book, that was released in 2017. Two novellas will also be published, along with three novels which will be set before and after the first three books.
- A Court of Thorns and Roses (Book 1, May 5, 2015)
- A Court of Mist and Fury (Book 2, May 3, 2016)
- A Court of Wings and Ruin (Book 3, May 2, 2017)
- A Court of Silver Flames (Book 4, February 16, 2021)
- Fifth book
- Sixth book
- A Court of Frost and Starlight (Book 3.5, May 1, 2018)
- Novella #2
- Wings and Embers (2016)
- An extra scene of Feyre and Rhysand included in the Barnes and Noble exclusive edition of A Court of Silver Flames (2021)
- An extra chapter in Azriel's point of view included in the Books a million exclusive edition of A Court of Silver Flames (2021)
- Main article: A Court of Thorns and Roses (TV series)
|Goodreads Choice Awards||Best Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction||A Court of Thorns and Roses||Nominated|
|RT Award||Young Adult Protagonist||A Court of Thorns and Roses||Nominated|
|2016||Goodreads Choice Awards||Best Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction||A Court of Mist and Fury||Won|
|2017||Goodreads Choice Awards||Best Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction||A Court of Wings and Ruin||Won|
|2018||Goodreads Choice Awards||Best of the Best||A Court of Mist and Fury||Nominated|
|Goodreads Choice Awards||Best of the Best||A Court of Wings and Ruin||Nominated|
|Goodreads Choice Awards||Best Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction||A Court of Frost and Starlight||Nominated|
|2021||Goodreads Choice Awards||Best Fantasy||A Court of Silver Flames||Won|
- The books are set in the same megaverse as the Throne of Glass series. Sarah J. Maas states you could open a wyrdgate between both worlds.
- They are also set in the same megaverse as the Crescent City series.
- Sarah J. Maas has confirmed that each of the books after the main trilogy will be about a different romantic pairing. A Court of Silver Flames focused on Nesta Archeron and Cassian's relationship. The others have yet to be revealed.
- Entertainment Weekly: Sarah J. Maas adding to Court of Thorns and Roses, Throne of Glass series
- Dymocks: Ultimate Guide to Sarah J. Maas
- Sarah J. Maas' Twitter: #ACOTARparty
- "...I imagine the ACOTAR & TOG worlds existing in the same megaverse. Maybe I'll write my own fanfic, where Celaena opens a portal and falls into Feyre's world." Sarah J. Maas on liverjournal
- Fated Mates Podcast: S04.22 Sarah J. Maas on Sailor Moon, Writing Sex and Second Books (minute 54)
|A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas|
|Feyre's narration||A Court of Thorns and Roses · A Court of Mist and Fury · A Court of Wings and Ruin|
|Other books||A Court of Silver Flames · Book 5 (Untitled) · Book 6 (Untitled)|
|Novellas||A Court of Frost and Starlight · Novella 2 (Untitled)|
|Extra content||Wings and Embers|
|Companion books||A Court of Thorns and Roses Coloring Book|
|Adaptations||A Court of Thorns and Roses (TV series)|