A Court of Thorns and Roses Setting

Sarah J. Maas
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Fayre's Cottage

Fayre's cottage is the first setting in the novel. To Fayre and Nesta, it represents a loss of fortune, hope, and a future. Both wish to escape the cottage, whether through marriage or hunting. To Elain, it represents security and a simple life. When Fayre returns to it after her time in Prythian, she realizes that she hates the cottage, a sentiment Nesta also shares while in their mansion. It is also the place where Fayre first meets Tamlin in wolf form and is taken to Prythian.

Tamlin's Estate

Tamlin's Estate is where a majority of the novel takes place. Fayre is brought here after she killed Andras. She is surprised to be treated like a guest and pampered by the servants. The estate is described as a huge piece of land with a lavish mansion and many faerie servants that inhabit it. In the gallery at...

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