A book podcast for all things fantasy and romance. Two best friends sharing their obsession with fantasy worlds, badass women, romance and magic. Join us each week as we discuss our favorite books chapter by chapter in each episode. We are currently re-reading A Court of Silver Flames (weekly episodes) and Thirsty Thursdays on various bookish topics (bi-weekly episodes). Fair warning: we are all about cursing and spoilers! Check out our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/acotarpodcast
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Join us for a chaotically fun recap of SJM’s interview from September 26th with Christina Lauren! She laid down some hard truths, including one that Caitlyn may never recover from. There are a few offhand comments that have us very concerned for some... more
The patrons have spoken and we get to gush over our favorite recent 5 star reads! But wait! Of course, there is a catch because they love to mess with us. We have to read the 1 star reviews. Let’s just say that Goodreads is absolutely bonkers and bas... more
After the collective trauma of Nyx’s arrival, the Valkyries have a heartfelt reunion over tea. Cassian is coming to terms with the fact that his mate is the holder of the Dread Trove and we LOVE seeing Nesta claim it as her own! Also, I am driving th... more
I absolutely love this podcast. The girls are hilarious and just make me laugh so hard. My TBR is also getting massive because of their weekly reading lists.
These ladies are amazing!! I have been listening to their podcast starting from the very first episode for MONTHS now everyday at work trying to catch up! Love listening to their theories, their jokes, the ways they support each other, and their love for reading!! The perfect cure to the ACOTAR hangover!
I started listening to kill time and boredom at work. While prepping for CC3. I’ve made so many more connections since the podcast started before CC2. Two weeks in and I’m only at episode 50? Madison and Blake are hilarious. I’ll be really sad at episodes with Caitlin. :( more
So I can’t sms y’all just wanna say, love the pod. You were talking about how all if Gwen’s pieces don’t fit together very smoothly…well there is this theory floating around that Tamlin is Gwen’s father. Think about it, her mother doesn’t know…but if she was in the rite maybe she wouldn’t want to say. It explains Gwen’s hairand her mysterious seemingly superior abilities. Also, if she suspects she could be afraid of being forced to go to the spring court or just of having Tamlin for a father. ... more
Love their discussions on all things SJM. I do miss Caitlyn though
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A Court of Tattoos and Rosé launched 3 years ago and published 227 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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