Throne of Glass Series; Throne of Glass - Sarah J Maas
Creascent City : House of Earth and Blood - Sarah J Maas
The Empirium Trilogy; Furyborn - Clare Legrand
Red Queen Series; Red Queen - Victoria Aveyard
Maze Runner Series; Maze Runner - James Dashner
Divergent Series; Divergent -Veronica Roth
Tell me why I just found out Cassian, of all people new that Feysand were mates and didn't say anything, not even when he thought about it when he was talking to Nesta.
Hi all! It's Amren. Today, we will be talking about my favorite A Court of Thorns and Roses characters. Honestly? I don't know why I am doing this but I decided it was time for me to do some blogging.
Alright, let's get started. When I first starting reading the book, it had such a slow beginning, I had to start it multiple times. When I was finally able to get to some better, more exciting parts, I remember immediately liking Nesta.
In my eyes, Nesta was an amazing sister who was strong and independent. I also really liked her because she knew that even though Feyre was the youngest, she knew that Feyre was able to take care of herself without being pampered like Elain. Unlike Feyre, Nesta has a fire that can easily become a rage and you…
Probably should have came to this wiki sooner, but I've been so caught up in the Throne of Glass Wiki...
I feel like I kind of have to explain myself, if people are seeing me making edits a lot lately to this Wikia.
I must admit that I was a late discover of ACOTAR series, like 3 months ago. I marathoned-read all 3 books at within 2 weeks, and then waited for the release of ACOFAS to read that afterwards.
Since it's summer and I felt the urge to reread the series again. Mainly ACOMAS, ACOWAR, & ACOFAS. (Sorry, I do not like Tamlin much right now so I cannot deal with reading ACOTAR just yet!) This second time I am reading, I am catching details that I realize are forgotten or not yet updated in this Wikia.
I'm fairly new to the FANDOM site overall, and only started contributing minutely to some Wikias recently the past few months. Just add a s…
Hi, this is my first blog as the title states so please comment if I’m doing anything wrong. I wanted to use this blog to tell fellow wikians a few things about myself and what I’m doing. I live in the USA and am currently on vacation at a beach. In my free time I like to swim in my pool, write, play video games with my family, and read (sometimes until two am). My favorite series are ACOTAR, ToG, heroes of Olympus, waterfire saga, and a few more. I really enjoy being part of a wiki and I hope to make some good friends here.
Does anyone on here write fanfiction? If so can you please write a crossover between ACOTAR, TOGS, and Red Queen. Or include as many possible books :)
Now, a lot of people have been saying that Feyre belongs in Gryffindor because she puts her friends and family first and is a brave person in general. Honestly, do these people even understand the houses? They are based on your values, not your personality traits. Feyre will always get what she wants, in whatever way she needs to get it. There is so much evidence of her inner Slytherin. She's cunning, resourceful, motivated, and determined. She also gets so caught up in her own plans for revenge that she doesn't really take other into consideration (Spring Court) which is sometimes a Slytherin trait shown. But now to her values, which are the important part of what makes her a true Slytherin. She believes in getting what she wants, and get…
I have not read the Throne of Glass series, but I have a few thoughts.
From all I have heard, and all the ships and the charcters, ToG and Acotar sound very similar. It is almost as if Sarah J Maas loved the series so much, she made another similar world, without even thinking. Now don't et me wrong, I love Maas, I just dont know if I should read ToG. If the two series are so similar, I fell like I will get bored, but I wont want to stop reading before I am done. My curiousity will eat me alive.
I would totally apreciate any ones thoughts on the similarity, tohelp me out. Thx :)