A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses) - Opening and Part One, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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“Rhysand; Two Years Before the Wall” is the title of the opening section. Rhysand is rushing through a battlefield in search of Cassian and Azriel. He sees the wing of an Illyrian soldier and rushes to it, relieved when it is neither Cassian nor Azriel. Though the battlefield goes on for a long way and Rhysand is too tired to even hold his own wings out of the dirt, he continues to search.

Part One is titled “Princess of Carrion.” Chapter 1 reverts to Fayre's perspective. She is in the Spring Court, pretending to be recovering from the horrors of her time with Rhysand in the Night Court. She is painting as the chapter opens, another part of the image she is trying to portray of an innocent faerie who is happy to be back with Tamlin where she is...

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