A Court of Frost and Starlight: The #1 bestselling series (A Court of Thorns and Roses Book 4) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Sarah J. Maas is the global #1 bestselling author of the Throne of Glass, A Court of Thorns and Roses and Crescent City series. A New York native, Sarah lives near Philadelphia with her husband, son, and dog.
Simply dazzles (Booklist on A Court of Thorns and Roses)
This is a world of strong female warriors. But they retain just enough human vulnerability to warm our hearts (Jewish Chronicle on A Court of Thorns and Roses) --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File size : 6097 KB
- Print length : 261 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B075JN2PMZ
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1526617188
- Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing; 1st edition (1 May 2018)
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: 665 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I figured it was time to write a review for this book.
1. I find Nesta such a fascinating character. She, in my opinion, is incredibly complex despite being very stubborn and downright awful most of the time.
2. Cassian is an intriguing character too. The way he acts around Nesta annoys me but I am interested to see how their dynamic pans out. I also want to delve more into his backstory.
3. It was so easy to slip back into the world. From the first sentence, I was already immersed in the world Sarah J. Maas has created.
4. It was nice to see Feyre and Rhys again but I am over their story. At least I was in this book. It was a lot of smut which made me gag to be honest.
5. Going to be blunt here, nothing actually happened. This was like an extended epilogue where maybe the last two chapters actually matter for the next set of books in this world. The rest of it was basically a bundle of happy emotions as we got to see the gang and see where everyone is and what everyone is doing.
6. I didn't like the switch between first and third person. It was really jarring. Also the voices of Feyre and Rhys were not as distinct as they usually are. Probably, because all they do is fawn over each other, so you're just reading the same thoughts from both of them over and over and over again.
Overall, this was fun but pointless in terms of plot.
As with the rest of this series: the world building is amazing, there are sweet and tender moments, hilarious moments, and frustrating parts with characters I'm still not a fan of (Tamlin, Nesta).
Looking forward to the next book!!
As always, Sarah has done a fantastic job with this book!
Inner Circle, Archeron sisters, Court of Nightmares, Feysand, Nesian, Elzriel, Elucien. It’s all so good!
Finally our favourite characters get to experience some peace and happiness with a whole lot of setting up for the next instalments of the ACOTAR series as well some more backstory info.
Read it, it’s amazing.
Gorgeous. 10/10. Rip my heart out Maas.
Lots of paving stones and foundations but really felt like power points and not a story in itself. Disappointing considering the interesting novella tales Sarah J. Maas created for her Thrown series.
On a personal note congratulations to Sarah and Josh on their wonderful news and I hope her Father continues to health and enjoyment of his newest family member.
I couldn’t wait to read it, had pre-ordered this book but when I finally took the time to read it I realised that the story had no complication and really not much substance.
I was eager to see how Rhys and Feyre continued after the war and how Feyre’s sisters fit into their lives. The story started covering this part of the plot well but for me the story had no climax and the reader is left waiting for a resolution ( waiting for the next book).
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Read this book “frost and starlight” with every intention to enjoy it l, even reading during the week if the winter solstice to get right into it. Got to chapter two and all Rhys talks about is sex and how he loves different sexual positions and how they can fly and have sex at the same time. Utter smut now trying to show sex as love, just sounds like a run up to a bad porno.
Not impressed. Advertised as “the scars of the past will touch her court in times to come.” when it should be “Rhys will touch and constantly talk about touching her in times to come.”
So far I have seen all these characters in the worst possible situations and facing incredible odds. Making great sacrifices and the legendary lengths they would go through to achieve their goals and protect those they love. Now when they have “won”, the work of rebuilding, forgiveness and moving on from the losses suffered.
Yes there is no where near as much action in this book, and the characters are not moved along as much as I would have wanted but the are definitely important issues uncovered her that need to be explored later. This is more of “wet the appetite” for the next huge chapter, but almost as importantly a much need to assess where the characters are right now in themselves, and to each other.
Though Feyre and Rhysand embrace their fate together. Others rebel against a fate they have not choosing with their very souls. This is the first steps in building a new world. A great point to catchup with everyone as they set their path for the future, to forget their past, or simply (stubbornly) deny fates chosen path.
I loved this and I can not wait for the moment Freyuh gets pregnant because Rhys is going to be over the moon. Do you think SJM will do in spilt POV's like she did the with TOG series?
I had one downside, so far I'm not liking Nesta. I didn't like her in the first three and since she's been made in a fairie I don't like her. She's nasty, I get that she was changed against her will, but I don't think that can excuse her behaviour since and before. she's the older sister and she treated and still treats Freyuh horrible. And I feel for Cassian because he needs someone to love him and I feel at the moment that's not her. So, I'm not looking forward to her book, but I hope my opinion of her will change in that book.
Happy reading :)